No, but he did hire Ted Monachino, a man that employs vanilla zone defenses that are less complicated to diagnose that many high school school defenses.
And he did hire Chud, an OC that has taken years to realize how to successfully utilize T.Y. Hilton on a consistent basis. An OC that has taken years to realize that 7-step drop PA passes aren't successful when the offensive line can't stop a nosebleed.
Chuck is responsible for those hires. He has hired a lot of his buddies, and those decisions will be his downfall.
Also, Chuck is one of the worst head coaches in the league when it comes to in-game strategy (clock management, challenges, timeout usage, etc.). His teams tend to commit penalties of the undisciplined and boneheaded variety (procedural penalties, personal foul penalties, etc.).
Chuck is a good man and it makes me sad that it's not working out for him.
That said, I want the Colts to be successful and there is more than enough evidence now that Chuck is not the guy to lead this team and restore it to a perennial playoff contender.
He will be gone at the end of the season. It's a lock.