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    Watching part of the combine when I am home, I seen them show Haley a few times.

    He looks less stressed than he did last season. Seen him simeling a few times. Hopefully this is a sign that easier times are on the way for the Chiefs.

    Ofcourse it must be easier not to worry about how your going to coach an entire team by yourself.
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    I think theres a clear reason that he looks less stressed. He is. He is not haveing to scramble a coaching staff together.And now he nos what the job is. I realy have high hopes for this upcomeing season. I cant wait for it. GO CHIEFS!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Watching part of the combine when I am home, I seen them show Haley a few times.

    He looks less stressed than he did last season. Seen him simeling a few times. Hopefully this is a sign that easier times are on the way for the Chiefs.

    Ofcourse it must be easier not to worry about how your going to coach an entire team by yourself.
    That's a bif factor. Now the Crennel and weis are in town think should get a lot better.

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    I was thinking, I would rather have a stressed Haley than a relaxed Herm. Atleast it shows Haley is trying his best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    I was thinking, I would rather have a stressed Haley than a relaxed Herm. Atleast it shows Haley is trying his best.
    Was Herm ever stressed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stricken721 View Post
    Was Herm ever stressed?
    Hell no. He took the job for granted. I really don't think he was playing to win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Hell no. He took the job for granted. I really don't think he was playing to win.


    that I agree with. He did not coach to win he coached to keep the game close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
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    that I agree with. He did not coach to win he coached to keep the game close.
    He taught that it's ok to lose as long as you felt good about how you played. How lame... "YOU PLAY TO WIN THE GAME!"

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    They interviewed Haley yesterday. He said he didn't get to enjoy the combine last year because they were scrambling to hire coaches during the time they were supposed to be scouting.

    Add in the fact the job of being a HC is probably slowing down for him as he becomes more comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stricken721 View Post
    He taught that it's ok to lose as long as you felt good about how you played. How lame... "YOU PLAY TO WIN THE GAME!"
    Come on Guys...It was just one of the games. They happen to everyone. The big thing is they develop a plan to fix it and they will improve.

    It was just one of the games. They happen to everyone. The big thing is they develop a plan to fix it and they will improve.

    It was just one of the games. They happen to everyone. The big thing is they develop a plan to fix it and they will improve.

    It was just one of the games. They happen to everyone. The big thing is they develop a plan to fix it and they will improve.

    It was just one of the games. They happen to everyone. The big thing is they develop a plan to fix it and they will improve.

    It was just one of the games. They happen to everyone. The big thing is they develop a plan to fix it and they will improve.

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