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    Offensive genius my ***!

    So Haley is an offensive genius? He only knock is that he is a hothead? Bull ****!

    Dwyer has earned the right to carry the ball yet Haley calls pass plays 3 to 1.

    If Redman is in the game he is getting the ball.

    Have we seen creative plays when the games were on the line?

    Have we seen anything that says genius?

    And you can tell by their demeanor on the sidelines that he and Ben both know Haley is Ben's bitch.

    We haven't seen genius or hothead!

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    Offensive genius my ***!

    Got to agree! Rankings from last year vs this year.. Not too good!

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    The scoring rank is misleading when the defense does not force turnovers. Every drive they score on is 75-80 yards, simply takes too much time. And we also don't go for quick scores also. That hurts them.

    Too worried about chewing clock and not scoring points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    Too worried about chewing clock and not scoring points.
    a.k.a. - Playing not to lose

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    Good point. Why chew the clock when the trend has been for the other team has been to score quickly after the Steelers kick a field goal for 3? Especially when the D is not forcing turnovers. This game plan seems oddly asymmetrical. The record reflects his.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    The scoring rank is misleading when the defense does not force turnovers. Every drive they score on is 75-80 yards, simply takes too much time. And we also don't go for quick scores also. That hurts them.

    Too worried about chewing clock and not scoring points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speeed View Post
    Good point. Why chew the clock when the trend has been for the other team has been to score quickly after the Steelers kick a field goal for 3? Especially when the D is not forcing turnovers. This game plan seems oddly asymmetrical. The record reflects his.
    Because Coach Art is enamored with an outdated style of football. Today's NFL is no longer about TOP, it's about quick scores.

    They play scared on both sides of the ball. On defense, they don't go for INTs because they are scared about giving up a big play if the DBs mistime the pick. On offense, they're worried that Ben will get hurt (which he already did), and they still think scoring quickly is a bad thing.

    When you play scared, close to the vest football, you won't be much better than 8-8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speeed View Post
    Good point. Why chew the clock when the trend has been for the other team has been to score quickly after the Steelers kick a field goal for 3? Especially when the D is not forcing turnovers. This game plan seems oddly asymmetrical. The record reflects his.
    Because at some point you are going to have to attack a defense. Chewing clock is one thing, chewing clock at the expense of points is inexcusable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    The scoring rank is misleading when the defense does not force turnovers. Every drive they score on is 75-80 yards, simply takes too much time. And we also don't go for quick scores also. That hurts them.

    Too worried about chewing clock and not scoring points.

    They were way too worried about clock management imo...put your foot on the gas and don't look back until your up by 21...play to your strengths and use the pass to set up the run...other than a few flashes this year the running game was ****...time to start reloading.

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    Give him a chance..unless you want BA back
    "HAIL TO PITT"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LevonKirkland99 View Post
    Give him a chance..unless you want BA back

    Funny the Falcons didn't skip a beat after changing OC's in 2012. The Colts went from 2-14 to the playoffs under Arians. The Bengals changed in 2011 and went to the playoffs the next two years. The broncos didn't change OC's, but certainly changed their offense(teblow to Manning) and they are up there with the best in the league. Packers, new OC, new tendencies same results. Patriots new OC same results.However, the supposed messiah that has had ONE FREAKING WINNING RECORD as an OC needs time.

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