Jimmy needed the day week off to celebrate Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby and will be back next Monday. Meanwhile, it's the last day of 2012 and looking back at the year, it's hard to find a more uplifting story that that of Chuck Pagano. In late January, after working nearly 20 years as an assistant with various college and pro teams, Pagano was hired as new head coach of the Colts. He was diagnosed with leukemia in early October, missed 12 games while undergoing treatment and handed over the coaching reigns to assistant Bruce Arians. The team bonded in the coach's absence as players and even cheerleaders shaved their head as a sign of support. By November, doctors announced Pagano's cancer was in remission and he was on the sideline yesterday as the Colts defeated Houston to cap off a surprise 11-5 season. After the game, Pagano gave an emotional speech to the Colts locker room followed by a dance that would make Tom Brady jealous. And the story isn't over yet - the Colts travel to Baltimore next week to take on the Ravens.