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Old 01-01-2013, 10:24 AM   #21
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I don't know why Haley would go from one crappy franchise without a qb to another one. Oh yeah $$$ I forgot.
Did you just cal the Steelers a crappy franchise without a QB? I hope you were talking about the Chiefs. :)
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Old 01-01-2013, 10:31 AM   #22
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Thats the buzz about Turner, not a head coach but a great OC. I sorta think any OC that would have been with the 90's Cowboys would be considered great. Seems like it would be hard to screw up with a Hall Of Fame lineup.
His offenses also excelled in Oakland, Washington, Miami, & San Francisco.

And, for the most part (before Rivers became a turnover machine), his offenses in San Diego routinely scored in droves AND had great gameplans (those screens & short, outside passes against Pittsburgh is a good example of Norv finding a defense's weakness & exploiting it).
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why did Tomlin fire this guy? Our kick coverage was totally fixed by this guy a couple of years back. He's coaching special teams in Tampa and since Tomlin fired him, I doubt he'd come back or be wanted back.
That's a joke, right?
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Need a new ST coach, WR coach, RB coach and conditioning coach.
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Old 01-03-2013, 09:25 AM   #25
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Todd Haley is the best OC in NFL history! Haley will be LeBeau- a Steeler till hes 75+.

Go Haley! Nothing is your fault! Everything is everyone else's fault!



(I approach OCs the same way everyone else approaches QBs)

Did people say that Ben is the best QB in NFL history? I don't remeber that.

Back to the topic. Getting April would be great.
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His offenses also excelled in Oakland, Washington, Miami, & San Francisco.

And, for the most part (before Rivers became a turnover machine), his offenses in San Diego routinely scored in droves AND had great gameplans (those screens & short, outside passes against Pittsburgh is a good example of Norv finding a defense's weakness & exploiting it).
Too good to be true. If Haley goes, the likely replacement is Wilson (sadly).

PS: Nothing against Wilson as a person, he's a great guy. I just don't think he's the right choice of the Steelers OC.
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