I was, is, and will continue to be a Haley supporter. For once we had a young up and coming coach who could call our own instead of getting washed up has beens. I really wished he would have given the offense over to someone else, eased up just a little, and realized you don't have to go for it or be super tricky all of the time.
I don't blame him for the great Palkizy fiasco. He was our backup QB and it was only a couple of games. You don't bench a QB for a rookie after four games. The whole "walking on the field" thing was exactly what I want from a coach. Mike Tomlin does that shit all of the time but no one bitches about him doing it.
Haley showed that he cared about the team. He had fire and guts, something we have been missing in KC for a while. With a better QB and some growing on his own he would have been fine.
I'm pissed we kept Pissioli and fired Haley. Haley hated Cassel and Pissoli loves him that's all that needs to be said.
(Wow, I could have saved my fingers and just typed that last line first.)
ďAll that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke