Author T.N. Biased Out with old, in with the new. That's the feeling here in Indy anyway with the exit or Coach Something or Other. Within seconds of his departure, Indy Press Report had pegged long time Stanford and NFL Breakout Coach John Harbaugh as the successor that would lead the Indianapolis Colts to a title side by side with Andrew Luck, his college quarterback. Then Jim Irsay flipped the table and announced contract negotiations had ended with the former 49ers Head Coach. In his place? Jacob Daughtry. Hand picked by Irsay from the teams scouting staff, Irsay had this to say: Being able to hire a Head Coach like John would have been a great opportunity for our organization, but great opportunities aren't always good opportunities. We had to look back and consider, was this the right step for our organization? Was John Harbaugh going to be our answer to Tony Dungy, or Jim Caldwell? Was he going to be Peyton Manning, or Ryan Leaf? Andrew Luck or Robert Griffen III? In the end, the move didn't feel right for us. Meanwhile, Jacob's from the city of Indianapolis. He's not just taking the job for for a title, he is taking the job to give a title to the people. His people. The people of Indiana. One unnamed NFL executive said that Irsay had taken one to many of his pills that night and should really reconsider passing on a talent like Jim Harbaugh. Only time will tell if this move for the Colts is the right one, or the wrong one. Totally Not Biased, author of the book "Why Everyone in the AFC South Sucks, Except the Colts" is an occasional contributor to the Indy Press Report and 5 time winner of the Rubber Glue award.