Nate Dunlevy noted that the inclusion of Brad Childress in the coaching search would only make other candidates look better. ESPN's Bill Williamson takes the idea and suggests if Chilly is worthy of consideration so is recently available Hue Jackson:
If Childress is on the Colts’ list, Jackson – who was fired last week after one year at the helm in Oakland – should be, too.
Jackson wasn’t fired in Oakland because he can’t coach. I think Jackson, 46, is one of the bright, young offensive coaching minds in the league. His work with Oakland’s offense the past two years shows how capable a coach he is.
His problem in Oakland was that he took on too much power after the death of owner Al Davis — and that he talked too much. But those are issues he can quickly resolve. The Colts have a strong power structure in which Jackson would simply be asked to coach. And whether the Colts’ quarterback in 2012 is Andrew Luck or Peyton Manning, Jackson would be a good leader for either.
Who is this ESPN? I only get my news from Twitter. The real question is who does Rob Lowe think should be head coach?
@Payton He is a young coach and he came into a team that already had its problems in that area I believe, If he gets a interview here or not I think he deserves another shot at being a NFL coach during some point in his career.
As far as making certain decisions he won't have to worry about that, I did think it would be interesting to give him a interview but I doubt it will happen, not sure if he would win the job but what he showed in Oakland was not too bad.