Norv Turner is my first choice.
Norv Turner = a loser. Everywhere he goes, he loses...... no thanks!
As a HC he is 114-122-1... yuck. Yea, back in the early 90's he was ok as a OC, but that was a long time ago.
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6- Time Super Bowl Champions......
IX X XIII XIV XL XLIII
Hall of Fame 2012......
How bout Mike Shannahan? or the ancient Chan Gailey?
I think Haley stays at this point.
Haley is the perfect Ying to Roethlisberger's Yang.
I'm going to nominate The Mentalist, Patrick Jane.
PLEASE DON'T FEED THE TROLLS
by Dale Lolley
@ If there was one braintrust decision I do have to question, it was the lack of use of Le'Veon Bell after the first quarter. Bell had eight carries for 32 yards on Pittsburgh's first touchdown drive.
He got seven carries after that. In fact, the Steelers ran the ball nine times on that first touchdown drive, but just 12 more times after that. And one of those was an 8-yard run by Ben Roethlisberger on fourth-and-10.
Before you start killing Todd Haley on that, realize that the Steelers were running a lot of no-huddle in the second half, which means Roethlisberger was making many of those calls.
Bell looks like a younger version of Matt Forte and it should be the goal to get him 25 touches every game, with 20 or so carries and five or so receptions.