Originally Posted by jd1020
I dont get the whole argument defending Haley because he didn't have a top 5 QB in KC.
He was a terrible coach. The end. Having a terrible QB doesn't excuse the lack of preparedness of the entire team.
Because the same people who screamed for 5 years that this team is worthless without a franchise QB are now the ones who say Haley is a lousy coach because he couldn't win without one.
I don't know if Haley was going to be a good coach or a great coach. I do know that he deserved better than a front office stubbornly clinging to a bad QB. And he deserved better than the petty micromanagement and head games that Pioli was pushing on him.