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    This offense

    is offensive. Two 3rd and 1's and we fail to convert BOTH times. Get ready to be swept by the Clowns. I've been saying this all week.

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    It is horrendous. Arians success in Indy is making the Rooney's look foolish.

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    I still don't see a big difference between BA and Haley's offense. That reverse call only brought back bad memories. So we need to use trickery to beat Cleveland in a 0-0 game? Horrible call.

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    What i do not understand is when it is 3 and long we run and when it is 3 and short we pass ?

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    Haley is terrible, give me Bruce as bad as he was he run circles around this clown. It almost look like sabotage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCHammer View Post
    That reverse call only brought back bad memories. So we need to use trickery to beat Cleveland in a 0-0 game? Horrible call.
    I've been on the fence about Haley until that call. HE HAS TO GO. That stupid reverse hasn't worked all year. Why the f uck does he keep calling it? Moron.

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    There should be some shake up this offseason. You can clearly see our offense is not on the same page.

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    Bruce took a lot of unwarranted criticism, IMHO. The best thing we can hope is the Chargers hire Haley and we promote Fitchner.

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    Three TDs by our QB...

    Haley needs to come back another season...

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    Not Haley. The RBs blow, bottomline. I have never seen such indecision and stutter stepping in all my life. Switching back and forth between NFL Redzone and PIT-CLE. The contrast in RBs is striking. Forte, Foster, even Ballard in Indy, all with lightning quick decisions whether hitting the hole or bouncing outside. Our RBs have a cup of tea waiting for something to develop. I have never seen a RB like Mendenhall running so upright, like it was a jog in the park.

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