Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/18/14

The Pittsburgh Steelers have lost half of their offensive coaching staff since coordinator Todd Haley came aboard, reports Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The latest to bolt is assistant Scottie Montgomery, who accepted a job with Duke University, his alma mater.

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  • This is laughable if you ask me. I for one am a Haley supporter. First of all the special teams this year stunk. Just look at the penalties and missed opportunities. The offensive line was decimated with injuries again. Plus the offensive could not open up running lanes, but that is Haley's fault. The receivers could not run routes let alone hold onto the ball, but that is Haley's fault. I am glad that Kugler, Jones, and Montgomery are gone. Cannot take the pressure, leave. The coaching staff needed revamped and this is the step in right direction for an interesting off season. The Steelers should move Randy Fichtner back to wide receivers coach and have Charlie Batch has their quarterbacks coach. Let's be realistic nobody is going to pick up Charlie. He will retire and he would be a valuable asset to the coaching staff. Charlie also knows Ben better than anyone. Everyone should get off Haley's back!
  • Haley is the cause of the offense last year...ok no he didnt drop passes or get out there and block....but u go on what your team is good at! why run on first and second down when you know you are weak at it? why run the stretch run play with runners who only go north and south? why didn he use rainey in the offense? why get big ben to throw to spots instead of the open reciver? the reason why we got our qb hurt is because we kept being in a 3 and long.....check his resume its a reason why he was let go!!!!!!
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