When second-half comebacks are the norm, one can only imagine the halftime animation in the Indianapolis Colts’ locker room.
But if you imagine anything other than a structured environment, your imagination is running wild.
Because when it comes to correcting first-half failures, interim coach Bruce Arians and his staff do so in a business-like manner that defies stereotypes.
“There’s no hollering or screaming and all that kind of stuff. That’s for movies,” said Arians, himself a model of sideline composure. “We get our guys in, we talk about what we need to do, what plays we’re going to run and just address what went wrong and what we need to do to correct it, let’s correct it