Wherever Todd Haley goes, there's a bit of drama that seems to follow. That's understandable given his passionate demeanor and polarizing coaching style. However, Ben Roethlisberger says any perceived issues between the two, as Haley is the now the new offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers, is overblown.
"People blew it way out of proportion," Roethlisberger said. "It's something new, we're getting to know each other ... There's no trouble between us at all. When you get a comfort level of like eight years of the same thing and then you change it, it's just something different, so I'm not saying I don't like the playbook or anything like that," Roethlisberger said. "Some of the stuff is really - some of the concepts are awesome, it's just getting an understanding of something new."
Certainly it will be interesting to watch what Haley does on offense and how a veteran team responds. After years of Bruce Arians, Haley is definitely going to offer a new look and Roethlisberger spoke out about the changes and how wanted Arians back. His former coordinator is now running the Andrew Luck show in Indy.
Sometimes a coach is just a bad fit with a front office, and for now that's definitely the case in KC. If Haley continues to have issues in Pittsburgh, then Scott Pioli will enjoy a nice exhale as people eventually shift the blame in hindsight to him.