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Todd Haley lands at No. 3 for top offensive coordinators in NFL

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley had a rough start when he joined the team after the Bruce Arians era in 2012. Many believed Haley would've been gone a while ago. When he came aboard, he and QB Ben Roethlisberger weren't exactly on the same page, but that has changed dramatically since then. According to Bucky Brooks of, the two are just about as...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers All-22: Importance of WR Versatility

It’s one of my favorite things Todd Haley asked his offense to do last year. We hear about versatility in a lot of respects from the Pittsburgh Steelers; Le’Veon Bell’s receiving skills, offensive lineman capable of playing several positions, you get the idea. However, one of the underrated requirements of that versatility are its receivers […] Steelers All-22: Importance...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers OC Todd Haley wants top-five red zone offense

The Pittsburgh Steelers were second in the league with 6,577 total yards last season.  But they didn’t finish in the top five in red-zone offense. The Steelers ranked seventh league-wide with 27.3 points per game. They produced zero points in the red zone at least 10 times. “I think it’s an area of emphasis for us,” Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley said of...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

OC Todd Haley: When we get in tight, when football gets tough, we have to get the ball in the end zone

Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive coordinator Todd Haley was staight to the point on which area his unit needs to be better at if they want to take the next step forward. Haley emphasized improvement in the red zone, scoring touchdowns instead of fields goals. “When we get in tight, when football gets tough, we have to get the ball in the end zone whether it’s running or throwing...
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Haley Talks Steelers Offensive Goals In 2015, Roethlisberger’s Play Last Season

Can the Pittsburgh Steelers offense be even better in 2015 than they were last year? If that indeed is going to happen, offensive coordinator Todd Haley believes it will be because his younger players have a better grasp of things. “Were going to try,” Haley said following Wednesdays OTA practice. “I mean that’s our goal […] Haley Talks Steelers Offensive Goals In 2015...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Haley Affirms Red Zone Improvement, Aggressive PATs

It shouldn’t come as a shock but Todd Haley told reporters a main goal for 2015 is to improve the Pittsburgh Steelers‘ red zone offense. Multiple reporters have tweeted out today Haley’s desire to get better inside the twenty. Todd Haley:"We gotta make sure when we’re in an area of the field that we can […] Haley Affirms Red Zone Improvement, Aggressive PATs is a post...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Haley Comfortable With Steelers Backup Running Back Group

They’ll be counted on as major contributors the first three weeks. So it’s a positive sign that Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive coordinator Todd Haley is happy with the running backs sitting behind Le’Veon Bell. Speaking to the media Tuesday, he told reporters he felt better about the group compared to last year when LeGarrette Blount essentially […] Todd Haley Comfortable...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Haley’s Offense Is a Gross Misuse Of the Steelers

I recap every game the Steelers play. I even have a recap and notes written from Sunday’s affair in Cleveland. But I recap games the Steelers play. I’m not sure they played Sunday. Let’s not re-live that abomination. This team is at a crossroads right now, sitting at an iffy 3-3 with the hard part of the schedule still yet to come. If the Steelers play the way they did (or...
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October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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