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Which classic Indianapolis Colts games would you like to see on NFL Youtube channel?

New York Jets v Indianapolis Colts Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

On Thursday, the NFL announced that they are renewing their partnership with Youtube that will bring more content on the popular channel. The league also announced that part of that content will be three memorable games available online for each team prior to the 2016 season.

That got us thinking: what should those three games be for the Indianapolis Colts? Obviously, their Super Bowl XLI victory over the Bears would be an easy choice, with that year's AFC Championship game against the Patriots being an even easier one. Along those lines, the 2009 AFC Championship game against the Jets could be an option too. It will be interesting to see whether the league decides to shy away from making Super Bowls available as part of these memorable games or not.

The good news for Colts fans is that even if the NFL hesitates to make playoff games available, the Colts have plenty of other memorable games to choose from thanks to Peyton Manning and his record-setting offense. That incredible 2004 season alone had enough memorable games, as you could just include the shootout with Brett Favre and the Packers, the Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions, and Manning's record-breaking game against the Chargers. They wouldn't include three from the same season, but the point is this: there are plenty to choose from for the Colts - and we haven't even mentioned yet games like the 2003 comeback against the Buccaneers (the Monday Night Miracle), 2009 comeback against the Patriots (the 4th and 2 game) or the 2012 comeback against the Packers (the ChuckStrong game), among others.

Regardless, it's exciting to actually see the NFL begin to embrace online content, and I think the three memorable games for each team idea is one that has a lot of potential. So tell us: which three memorable Colts games would you like to see made available on the NFL's Youtube channel?