Originally Posted by htismaqe
This is also conjecture.
His bizarre antics DID happen and regardless of why he did it (I blame it 100% on Pioli) his choice to respond the way he did is his fault.
He deserved to be fired. End of story.
All I care about is... if Pioli listened and did the common sense thing and brought in not just an average QB, but a good QB, would the Chiefs have been competitive? If Pioli even TRIED to spend a little money to improve the team.
Haley was asked to win without a QB. And with a GM unwilling to spend money. And with ZERO autonomy to build his own system. Instead, he was forced into running a 2-gap system I don't think haley wanted.
So yeah... I never said Haley was a good coach. But given the shitty situation he was given, he did okay.