The Indianapolis Colts might have liked an earlier start time for Sunday's wild-card game against Cincinnati.
Earlier, as in October.
That's when the Colts were rolling, amassing at least 400 yards in eight of their first nine games. Indianapolis has cooled in the last two months, though, with injuries and inefficiencies conspiring to derail what once was the NFL's No. 1 offense.
This is not the same confident Colts team that throttled Cincinnati, 27-0, in Week 7; nor is it the same Bengals team, one that now showcases the one-two punch of running backs Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard.
"Seems like it was 10 years ago since we played that game," Colts...