such a small sample size, arians cost the steelers some big games with his inability to call plays as anything but a moron.
He was always a good QB coach...always, and that hasnt changed....he just happens to have the most talented rookie QB in probably like 12 years so it was a good fit for him. Super talent young QB mixed with a defense that gives up a ton of points and no running game whatsoever, you couldnt script a team more suited for arians style than the colts right now
Haley's only doing what II wants. If Haley had any backbone he would tell Art that his dinosaur way of thinking doesn't work in Roger Goodell's NFL.
haley started out very well, i understand that missing the playoffs has people way further down on everyone than they should be but ben was playing very efficient, heaths career was rejuvenated, bens pick and sack numbers plummeted and mike adams was playing like a stud even if he needed a bit of help, haley perfectly used TE and FB help to compliment adams and hide any weaknesses.
i was impressed early on, but there were a terrible number of injuries to OL, Ben, and RBs.....and the WRs absolutely blowing games was a huge problem in the second half and like i said, not one is less guilty than the other when it came to fumbles, drops, or just bonehead moves in general
When he was hired we were all under the impression Haley makes his offenses under the strengths of his personnel. Is run, run, pass the strength of this offense? Or run, bubble screen, pass?
Either Haley is a fraud, or Art Rooney II is meddling with the offense.
Something happened. I read an article while the fill in QB's were playing and it was sounding like Haley was still tweaking and evolving the offense and that Ben would have to learn a few new parts of it. To me he didn't learn them or just didn't jive with them... Who knows there's no denying something got out of whack!
About the only things that have been better is we've given up 3(THREE) fewer sacks and missed 3 fewer field goals.
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