The Indianapolis Colts aren't the same team without Reggie Wayne.
In the five games since Wayne tore his right ACL against the Denver Broncos, Indianapolis is averaging 19.6 points. In the seven games Wayne played, the Colts averaged 26.7 points.
Indy's running game has been hit and miss and the offensive line has failed to protect quarterback Andrew Luck.
T.Y. Hilton, the new No. 1 receiver, is adjusting to being double teamed and the other receivers haven't made up the difference. Darrius Heyward-Bey, who was supposed to fill some of Wayne's productivity, has struggled with drops.
Through it all, the Colts are 3-2 without Wayne and 8-4 overall. They can wrap up the AFC South title with a victory Sunday at Cincinnati.
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