Isnt that the saying in Indy? When a player is unable to perfrom, the man behind him becomes responsible for filling his duties... right? So, does the same apply to everyone in the Colts organization (players, coaches, GM, etc.)? From what I have read, most of you are like me and are ready to see Caldwell gone. Who is the next man up? Well, Jim Tressel better unpack his vests because he will be the next coach of our beloved Indianapolis Colts in my opinion. What other explanation is there to hiring a man like Tressel who while at Ohio State won on a consistant basis? Yea, he had some problems at the end of his reign at OSU... so what? Oh wait, we just wanted a "replay consultant". How silly of me... wait... no. That can't be right. A "replay consultant"? Ohhh, I get it now. What the Colts organization meant to say was "coach in waiting". Is anyone ready to see Clyde Christiansen leave as well? It may just be me, but when I see him looking at his nicely laminated play sheet and the expression on his face tells me he doesnt know whether to cut the red, black, purple, orange, green, (you get my point) wire... it causes concern for me. Yes, Clyde had it easy when #18 was around. Heck all he had to do then was stand on the sideline with his thumb up his a$$ and watch Manning carve a defense like a Thanksgiving turkey. I am not yet willing to give Clyde credit for the little glimps of a so-called NFL quarterback we get to see in Painter on Sundays. I credit Painters little success to sitting behind #18 and learning how to "wax on, wax off" to the best of his natural born ability. Anyways, the point of this post is to see if anyone agrees/disagrees with the Tressel theory and the Christiansen dilema (or whatever you want to call it).