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Mojo Rising
11-09-2012, 12:02 AM
When I moved to So Cal several years ago I converted to the Chargers.

I expect as the Chiefs get worse without Haley the blame for their lack of success will squarely be put on Pioli and Haley will be washed of the stink. If the Steelers and Big Ben continue to have more success, Haley will be smelling more like a rose.

Haley will also get credit for being a little too brash and learning from his errors. Being succesful with the Steelers will help this in that they are a conservative old school organization. He will still be a hard a**.

That being said, he is exactly what the Chargers needs. The Chargers need a strong, disciplined Coach to replace the soft players Coach that we have.

If SD doesn't get him. Haley will be one of the hottest preospects in a market with a lot of expected openings.

RustShack
11-09-2012, 12:04 AM
I don't think so this year, but I think he will make a fine HC his next shot.

BossChief
11-09-2012, 12:05 AM
Haley wont leave Pittsburgh after only one year...but I bet he will get a few calls to do just that.

Ebolapox
11-09-2012, 12:08 AM
'converted' to the chargers? you're the worst. where's your loyalty, man?

oh wait--I'm contemplating converting to the texans--NO freaking room to speak.

play on.

BossChief
11-09-2012, 12:09 AM
I made a very significant bet with someone here that Haley would get a HC job after his second or third season in Pittsburgh, at max...but I cant remember who.

Oh well.

Molitoth
11-09-2012, 12:10 AM
Didn't Haley grow up a Steelers fan?

I would think it would be more fun to be an OC on the team you love than a Head Coach for a city who barely cares about football.

Mojo Rising
11-09-2012, 12:17 AM
'converted' to the chargers? you're the worst. where's your loyalty, man?

oh wait--I'm contemplating converting to the texans--NO freaking room to speak.

play on.

This was after 15 years of being a Chiefs fan in SF. I couldn't convert to the Raiders or the Niners. Although, I would convert to the Niners under Harbaugh. Love that Coach and the way the team plays.

I just wanted to root for the locals as I don't expect to live anywhere else. If a team, other than the Raiders, moves to LA I will strongly consider converting again.

Haley turned around a lot of Kuharich talent. Hali, Johnson, Bowe all under performed until Haley arrived.

Dave Lane
11-09-2012, 12:19 AM
I made a very significant bet with someone here that Haley would get a HC job after his second or third season in Pittsburgh, at max...but I cant remember who.

Oh well.

Hope it wasn't Chiefaroo. Dude bet me $1,000 on the election and now has skipped out :mad:

SNR
11-09-2012, 12:21 AM
I'd like to see Gadzooks' reaction to this.

KcMizzou
11-09-2012, 12:26 AM
'converted' to the chargers? you're the worst. where's your loyalty, man?

oh wait--I'm contemplating converting to the texans--NO freaking room to speak.

play on.You won't do it. After enough time, you can't. Sure, you can try... but it won't be the same. And the second the Chiefs start having some success, you'll come running right back.

Ebolapox
11-09-2012, 12:27 AM
You won't do it. After enough time, you can't. Sure, you can try... but it won't be the same. And the second the Chiefs start having some success, you'll come running right back.

yeah, I know. the management is just too fucking much for me, man.

Mojo Rising
11-09-2012, 12:35 AM
I could see the Browns make a strong run at him with their new owners ties to Pittsburgh. Gruden and all of the other TV has beens won't be considered for the good jobs.

Haley will be hot this year considering SD, Philly, Jacksonville, Cleveland, Carolina, NY Jets, Buffalo, Detroit and Cincinnati (depending on how much Brown owes Lewis, the Bengals are the Chiefs North with a cheapskate owner who inherited a team) will all be likely looking for a new Coach.

Bump
11-09-2012, 12:36 AM
I will be curious to see how he does elsewhere without a pioli.

Dave Lane
11-09-2012, 12:45 AM
I will be curious to see how he does elsewhere without a pioli.

If he gets a supportive GM and some good pieces I think he will make us hate Pioli even more.

Buck
11-09-2012, 01:16 AM
U fukn kidn me bro?

Mojo Rising
11-09-2012, 01:43 AM
What is your beef with Haley?

He turned around a perennial loser into an AFCW Champ. He instilled discipline into a team run by a former "Players Coach" (why do you think Rivers chucks up so many balls downfield without a care?) He turned 3 former #1 under performers into Pro Bowlers (Hali, Johnson, Bowe.)

He then ran into a power struggle with the GM in that he wanted a real QB. The GM won. Haley was scapegoated and ran out of town.

He would have taken the team to the next level had been able to get a real QB, had the GM go out on the FA market and get needed OL help, DL help, WR help, etc.

As a former Chiefs fan who left while moving to So Cal at the same time the GM decided to get rid of Jerrad Allen for dui concerns my guess is the owner is cheap.

It was a different GM but the same ownership. My gut tells me that there is something written in the GM's contract that has to with profit margin and the GM's bonus.

Why are the Chiefs always fighting the Bucs (coincidentally Soccer team owners) for the lowest payroll in the NFL?

cyborgtable
11-09-2012, 07:13 AM
I wanted Haley as OC in the offseason and I really want him for head coach when rex is eventually fired

Red Beans
11-09-2012, 07:31 AM
We are so bad, that people are forgetting the inadequacies of Haley's coaching style. If he's going to be an effective HC he's going to have to allow someone else to run his offense, and I'm not sure he can do that. Can he learn to let go? Time will tell, but let's not forget that in 2010 he had a pretty solid coaching staff...

Dave Lane
11-09-2012, 07:49 AM
We are so bad, that people are forgetting the inadequacies of Haley's coaching style. If he's going to be an effective HC he's going to have to allow someone else to run his offense, and I'm not sure he can do that. Can he learn to let go? Time will tell, but let's not forget that in 2010 he had a pretty solid coaching staff...

This has been explained ad nauseum maybe you weren't here during the discussion.

Mr. Arrowhead
11-09-2012, 07:50 AM
Seriously I hate fans like this dumbass. What the fun in switching teams every 5 years, just stick with 1 team.

bevischief
11-09-2012, 08:06 AM
U fukn kidn me bro?

ROFL

mcaj22
11-09-2012, 08:32 AM
What is your beef with Haley?

He turned around a perennial loser into an AFCW Champ. He instilled discipline into a team run by a former "Players Coach" (why do you think Rivers chucks up so many balls downfield without a care?) He turned 3 former #1 under performers into Pro Bowlers (Hali, Johnson, Bowe.)

He then ran into a power struggle with the GM in that he wanted a real QB. The GM won. Haley was scapegoated and ran out of town.

He would have taken the team to the next level had been able to get a real QB, had the GM go out on the FA market and get needed OL help, DL help, WR help, etc.

As a former Chiefs fan who left while moving to So Cal at the same time the GM decided to get rid of Jerrad Allen for dui concerns my guess is the owner is cheap.

It was a different GM but the same ownership. My gut tells me that there is something written in the GM's contract that has to with profit margin and the GM's bonus.

Why are the Chiefs always fighting the Bucs (coincidentally Soccer team owners) for the lowest payroll in the NFL?

The Bucs went out and finally spent like 70 million in the offseason (and it shows on the field) so the only thing the Chiefs are fighting for lowest payroll in the NFL is themselves now. Even shithead Bucs get it

durtyrute
11-09-2012, 08:34 AM
You shut your whore bolt mouth. Todd is our coach.

HemiEd
11-09-2012, 09:01 AM
Hope it wasn't Chiefaroo. Dude bet me $1,000 on the election and now has skipped out :mad:

Real money or Casino Cash? I will cover the Casino Cash, but if it is real cash you are on your own with him. :D

Mojo Rising
11-09-2012, 10:09 AM
Seriously I hate fans like this dumbass. What the fun in switching teams every 5 years, just stick with 1 team.

So, you like fans who stick with teams when they live 2,000 miles away and are not able to go to their team's home games, listen to sports radio about their team, or have their teams logo on the Bud Light at the local grocery store.

Red Beans
11-09-2012, 10:16 AM
This has been explained ad nauseum maybe you weren't here during the discussion.

What's your fucking point Davey? I'm just reiterating the fact that the current situation may paint a little too much nostalgia on the past.

Buck
11-09-2012, 10:37 AM
What is your beef with Haley?

He turned around a perennial loser into an AFCW Champ. He instilled discipline into a team run by a former "Players Coach" (why do you think Rivers chucks up so many balls downfield without a care?) He turned 3 former #1 under performers into Pro Bowlers (Hali, Johnson, Bowe.)

He then ran into a power struggle with the GM in that he wanted a real QB. The GM won. Haley was scapegoated and ran out of town.

He would have taken the team to the next level had been able to get a real QB, had the GM go out on the FA market and get needed OL help, DL help, WR help, etc.

As a former Chiefs fan who left while moving to So Cal at the same time the GM decided to get rid of Jerrad Allen for dui concerns my guess is the owner is cheap.

It was a different GM but the same ownership. My gut tells me that there is something written in the GM's contract that has to with profit margin and the GM's bonus.

Why are the Chiefs always fighting the Bucs (coincidentally Soccer team owners) for the lowest payroll in the NFL?

He's a horrible playcaller, he's too hot-headed, every single player on the Chiefs hated him, he doesn't pick up empty candy-wrappers.

Red Beans
11-09-2012, 10:39 AM
He's a horrible playcaller, he's too hot-headed, every single player on the Chiefs hated him, he doesn't pick up empty candy-wrappers.

And that makes him an intolerable Son of a Bitch!!!! Pick up after yourself you dirty prick!

Woodchuck
11-09-2012, 12:41 PM
LOL, I think Haley will be lucky to have a job at the end of the season. If Pittsburgh doesn't make the playoffs, I bet he is out.

I's going to be hard for him to get HC job after the paranoia star article after he was fired imo.

ChiefsandO'sfan
11-09-2012, 12:43 PM
LOL, I think Haley will be lucky to have a job at the end of the season. If Pittsburgh doesn't make the playoffs, I bet he is out.

I's going to be hard for him to get HC job after the paranoia star article after he was fired imo.

What a dumbass

Woodchuck
11-09-2012, 12:46 PM
What a dumbass

If you are an owner and GM, are going to hire a guy like Haley to be one of the faces of your franchise? He went to the major newspaper in the city he was coaching in the day he got fired. That article was crazy man! Go read that article man and tell me what you think.

Dave Lane
11-09-2012, 12:51 PM
Real money or Casino Cash? I will cover the Casino Cash, but if it is real cash you are on your own with him. :D

No real money. I wondered why I couldn't get him to escrow his money.

Now I know... He logged back in took off his Avy and put "Bye bye" as description. Total chicken shit move IMO

Dave Lane
11-09-2012, 12:56 PM
If you are an owner and GM, are going to hire a guy like Haley to be one of the faces of your franchise? He went to the major newspaper in the city he was coaching in the day he got fired. That article was crazy man! Go read that article man and tell me what you think.

Read it several times, and I'd hire him in a New York second.

Based on just your opinion of him, I'd have to say he's likely to smash any memory of Vince Lombardi.

Sorter
11-09-2012, 12:58 PM
Based on just your opinion of him, I'd have to say he's likely to smash any memory of Vince Lombardi.

LMAO

Woodchuck
11-09-2012, 02:14 PM
http://oi42.tinypic.com/10sepzb.jpg

Are you hiring?

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m24y6sUA3r1rn0z5ho1_500.png

San Diego!?

Pasta Giant Meatball
11-09-2012, 06:08 PM
JFC

BossChief
11-09-2012, 06:20 PM
He's a horrible playcaller, he's too hot-headed, every single player on the Chiefs hated him, he doesn't pick up empty candy-wrappers.

This is not even close to the truth.

Look at the difference in effort this team has given without him this year and how much better Pittsburgh is with him...