I am a avid Red Sox fan. As I read this article from The Epstein in the Boston Globe, the things Epstein was saying resonated back to one thing, The Indianapolis Colts. In Particular the quote, "Football legend Bill Walsh used to say that coaches and executives should seek change after 10 years with the same team. The theory is that both the individual and the organization benefit from a change after so much time together. The executive gets rebirth and the energy that comes with a new challenge; the organization gets a fresh perspective, and the chance for true change that comes with new leadership." Every time I tried to refocus my attention to the Red Sox one thing kept repeating in my head, "this is exactly what the Colts need, Farewell Bill Polian". Exactly what Theo is saying is what Colts fans have been expressing over the last season or so. Bill Polian has become too comfortable in the Colts Organization, and its time for a change. Please, please, please Jim Irsay say farewell to Bill Polian, Chris Polian, and Jim Caldwell. This would be a perfect time for change, a top draft pick coming in, new jerseys from Nike, a host of young talent in the NCAA. Sound familiar? Its exactly what the Colts needed over a decade ago, and its exactly what we need now, a new look Indianapolis Colts. So long Bill Polian.