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Thread: PFT: Brown Confronts Haley on Sideline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    The offense is designed to his strengths...he missed quite a few wide open players in Cincy...if he can complete those passes going forward, life will be good....
    wow.....

    you can't believe that. I know you're a sunshine pumper, but c'mon man....

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    So, he didn't miss open guys in Cincy?

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    Anyway.... back on the subject, confronting a coach, on the sideline, during the game is the same sort of unprofessional garbage that this team did so well last season.

    The personal fouls, showboating & general lack of respect must be coming soon.

    We've already reached the lack of ball security level of 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadman View Post
    Anyway.... back on the subject, confronting a coach, on the sideline, during the game is the same sort of unprofessional garbage that this team did so well last season.

    The personal fouls, showboating & general lack of respect must be coming soon.

    We've already reached the lack of ball security level of 2012.
    You know, this has never happened to Haley before...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    You know, this has never happened to Haley before...
    Anyone who thinks this Haley offense is built to Ben's strengths has a vendetta against him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    You know, this has never happened to Haley before...
    Cassel, Warner, Johnson, Boldin et al. To paraphrase some posters here .. "what's the common denominator"? Haley. The man is simply a pestilence to a football team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL View Post

    When Manning faces the pressure he either takes a sack, slides in the pocket, or releases the ball right before he takes a hit


    THE cardinal sin. NEVER throw across your body in the middle of the field unless someone is WIDE OPEN.

    Why didn't the Football Genius throw it away? He was outside the pocket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FujiVice View Post
    Anyone who thinks this Haley offense is built to Ben's strengths has a vendetta against him.
    I agree... I know some people have faith and want this to work but I'm not seeing it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    I agree... I know some people have faith and want this to work but I'm not seeing it at all.
    That would be me!

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    Ben's strengths are throwing the ball to the open man...

    There were open guys and he missed them...

    There are things that work within the offense...the Steelers would have scored in the first against TN if Redman has not fumbled the ball into the EZ...go ahead and blame Haley for that, that's cool...

    Haley also made Paulson fumble...

    I simply would like to see how the O performs when executed properly...Haley made the changes...he changed the terminology to make Ben and the players happy...he quit putting Beachum out there as another TE and went with more multiple WR formations...

    What else should he do?
    Last edited by Slapstick; 09-18-2013 at 07:59 PM.

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