Found November 08, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
There is a lot of talk this week about Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley getting a crack at the organization that fired him last December. Everyone writes that Haley wants to run the score up on the Kansas City Chiefs if given the opportunity. Haley told the media on Thursday that there will be no extra motivation Monday night when he faces the team that fired him and insist that this week will be no different than any other week. "Every game of the week is the biggest game of the year," Haley told reporters. "This is the biggest game of the year as far as I am concerned, Read more [...]
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