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King_of_the_Cassel
12-06-2009, 06:28 PM
Iam not saying Iam against Haley, but he has made some inexperienced calls that a tenured coach wouldnt have.

Marty screwed up when he benched Gannon for Grbac, but as fans our teams each year were in the hunt each year. I think Marty learned alot and SD was wrong in letting him go.

It stinks because I really liked Haley, but I worry that he isn't ready....

figcrostic
12-06-2009, 06:57 PM
Iam not saying Iam against Haley, but he has made some inexperienced calls that a tenured coach wouldnt have.

Marty screwed up when he benched Gannon for Grbac, but as fans our teams each year were in the hunt each year. I think Marty learned alot and SD was wrong in letting him go.

It stinks because I really liked Haley, but I worry that he isn't ready....

He had his chance give Haley his

Hayvern
12-06-2009, 08:40 PM
Iam not saying Iam against Haley, but he has made some inexperienced calls that a tenured coach wouldnt have.

Marty screwed up when he benched Gannon for Grbac, but as fans our teams each year were in the hunt each year. I think Marty learned alot and SD was wrong in letting him go.

It stinks because I really liked Haley, but I worry that he isn't ready....

As much as I don't like Haley, and I REALLY don't like him. Marty was really a pretty bad coach at times.

Marty has a problem in big games, when the game is on the line, he makes horrible decisions in those circumstances. He did it in KC and it cost him his job in San Diego. I truly do believe that Marty is a much better day to day coach than Haley is, but Marty is not the answer.

captainamerica
12-06-2009, 09:28 PM
Marty's way too conservative of a coach to have any sort of success with a team like ours.

#58ChiefsFan
12-06-2009, 09:41 PM
Probably a bad day to make this statement but I would rather have Shanahan than Marty.

chief31
12-06-2009, 10:27 PM
As much as I don't like Haley, and I REALLY don't like him. Marty was really a pretty bad coach at times.

Marty has a problem in big games, when the game is on the line, he makes horrible decisions in those circumstances. He did it in KC and it cost him his job in San Diego. I truly do believe that Marty is a much better day to day coach than Haley is, but Marty is not the answer.

Well, he said before his final game as Chargers HC that he was removing himself from the offensive play-calling. And that certainly didn't look like his play-calling to me.

He was removed in SD because the front office didn't like him. There was never any secret to that.


Probably a bad day to make this statement but I would rather have Shanahan than Marty.

Any day that you want to this team to be the scum of the earth is a bad day.

I'd rather remain in the draft-position hunt with The Lions.

Shanahan and his complete lack of morality are completely unwelcome.

Kid Azteca
12-06-2009, 10:48 PM
...I'd rather remain in the draft-position hunt with The Lions.

Shanahan and his complete lack of morality are completely unwelcome.


I'm curious. What lack of morality are you referring to? Because a Chiefs team coached by Mike Shanahan would be on my list of worst case scenarios.

chief31
12-06-2009, 10:51 PM
I'm curious. What lack of morality are you referring to? Because a Chiefs team coached by Mike Shanahan would be on my list of worst case scenarios.

His blocking philosophy.

He was so aware of how dangerous that cut-blocking is that he never allowed it in practice.

And, seeing as how the players didn't get to practice it, the risk was even greater to opponents' health.

Kid Azteca
12-06-2009, 10:59 PM
Oh that whole cut block thing? I thought you were talking about the time we took Dale Carter off your hands.

chief31
12-06-2009, 11:03 PM
Oh that whole cut block thing? I thought you were talking about the time we took Dale Carter off your hands.

Nah. Him and Neil Smith sucked! :D

It was the blatant disregard for players' health and overall lack of sportsmanship that turned me against him.