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    Have Terrible Towel, Will Travel.

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    I just don't care for this choice that much the more I think about it. I remember him screaming and carrying on like a lunatic on the sidelines, yelling at star players and just making a fool out of himself. Whether or not you think Ben needs more of a disciplined type of coach, this guy would be so over the top it wouldn't even be funny.

    If Ben was all chummy chummy with Arians, do you really want to go polar opposite and bring in Haley?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black@Gold Forever32 View Post
    Big difference being an OC then HC...Look at Norv Turner......As for Haley even though he had a **** load of talent to work with in AZ he still was a damn good OC with the Cards.....He would have a **** load of talent to work with the Steelers...I would be more then thrilled with Todd Haley as OC and really I hope he is the next OC.....Him or Fitchner just name the damn OC already.....
    Mcdaniels is another example.

    if haley is the hire, we have reason to rejoice

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    Mcdaniels is another example.

    if haley is the hire, we have reason to rejoice
    I agree 1/M %!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzburghRockCity View Post
    I'm just not completely sold on Todd Haley. He completely lost that team in KC this year. Now granted he lost his starting QB and RB and had a rash of injuries but still. I'm not completely thumbs down but I'm not doing dances just yet.

    Wasn't Superstar Tyler Palko lofting a potentially game-winning Hail Mary as time expired...as the mighty Steeler offensive had put up 13 against the fearsome KC defense?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelspikes View Post
    Wasn't Superstar Tyler Palko lofting a potentially game-winning Hail Mary as time expired...as the mighty Steeler offensive had put up 13 against the fearsome KC defense?
    same fearsome defense that beat the mighty packers.

    crennel did great things with that defense, theya re a healthy eric berry and a NT away from being a top 3 defense.

    haley was fired for the bad season...but come on, jamaal charles blowing out his knee, eric berry blowing out his knee on the cusp of a breakout year, and then cassel (king of painfully average QBs) breaking himself too leaving palko (king of painfully terrible QBs)

    he was awesome in AZ and Dallas, very sound gameplanner and not a madden player

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    I get chills thinking what Haley could bring to the table with all this talent... Could be SICK!!
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    I don't understand what people have against charismatic characters. This team lacked passion last season, aside from a few young players. If for nothing else, Haley would bring in some new energy to this offense. Some much needed energy might I add. While I'm no fan of either of the Harbaugh's, I do admire the passion which they show on the sideline, and I think the players love them for doing so. Haley would be the same type of coach. Plus he is a brilliant OC.
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    everyone loved bill cowher but wont bring in haley cause he gets in players faces? yeesh i cant understand fans sometimes

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    However much you think you know about football, rest assured that Skip Bayless knows more!

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