Of all the things said or written in the wake of Gary Kubiak's hiring as the Ravens' offensive coordinator, the one that I found most ridiculous is that Kubiak was brought in as a potential heir apparent to head coach John Harbaugh. Sure, Kubiak will likely get a chance to be a head coach again but to think that opportunity will eventually come as the replacement to Harbaugh completely defies logic. For one, Harbaugh's job is not in jeopardy in any way, shape or form. Two, if Kubiak gets Flacco and the Ravens' offense to play well, the team most likely will be winning, meaning Harbaugh isn't going anywhere. And three, Kubiak won't be on Harbaugh's staff for long if he engineers a Ravens' offensive turnaround. He'll be a top candidate for any of the head coaching jobs that will open up after the 2014 season.