Not Jim Harbaugh. I know he was ours and Indy's quarterback way back in the day, but he's a college coach, and I think he would be more prosperous at a place like The University of Michigan, where he can clean up his alma mater after the mess that Rich Rodriguez turn it into. I say that as much as I'm an Ohio State fan and a hater of Michigan football.
Well as cowher has ZERO experience setting up a front office, ZERO experience rebuilding an organization, what makes you think not only can he, but "no one has to worry".. i'd be VERY worried about doing something like that.. ask dave wannesdadt, mike holmgren,nick saban, hell bill parcells( who is a better coach /front office than cowher), who failed in NE, jets and dallas.. that somehow Cowher is different and can do what better coaches failed at doing?
I'm on the fence about cowher as a HC, but no way would i want him running the organization and be the GM also- in this day and age of the NFL its a proven FAILED SYSTEM to give that much power to a HC.. and the one's that tried over the last decade all failed
DB, with all due respect, Bill Cowher won 62.3% of the games he coached, won 149 games, lost only 90, and was tied once. He won the AFC Championship twice and the Super Bowl once. Now, I don't know what kind of substance you consider to be "good enough" to coach the Chicago Bears, but far be it from me to say that Bill Cowher was a superior coach to the likes of Mike Ditka, who was a heck of coach, and that he managed to maintain Pittsburgh's standing as one of the elite franchises in the league for 15 seasons. He only experienced losing records three times during that span. I think he can change the culture in Chicago simply by being a head coach, and returning the Bears to the power running game that the franchise has always been noted for during the course of its 90 year existence.
I'm not trying to put you down, DB. I'm just respectfully stating an opinion based on empirical data and historical fact.