the amount of people losing their minds over this is ridiculous. Firstly, people's memories are short - Josh's reputation will be just fine - and winning cures everything. Secondly, is a man not allowed to have doubts. He needed to do what was best for him, his family and his career. Obviously it's not ideal to change your mind at such a late stage but what's worse? Making a decision now or having strong doubts but going to Indy anyway - that's not fair on him, the Colts or the coaches he hired - and it would liable to fall apart quickly anyway because of that. He jilted the Colts at the alter - thats better than marrying them and then realising it was a massive mistake.