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Will Todd Haley run up the score on the Chiefs?

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11:47 AM ET 11.07 | The Kansas City Chiefs are in Pittsburgh this week for a Monday night matchup against former head coach Todd Haley, who the Chiefs fired in the middle of the season last year. With just one win, the struggling Chiefs look like an easy target for the Steelers. Don't expect Haley to show any mercy either. ESPN's Adam Schefter said during a Wednesday appearance on Sportscenter that Haley "would not hesitate" to run up the score against his old team. Given the state of the Chiefs, that's a very real possibility.

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November 7, 2012  11:52 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

I predict an upset.

Wrong!

November 7, 2012  11:54 AM ET

If they can why not?

But the Steelers wouldn't run up a score so this story is way off.

November 7, 2012  11:54 AM ET

HAHAHA He did Not like it when it was done to him. And that was preseason if I remember right.

November 7, 2012  12:07 PM ET

CHEIFS 24 STEELERS 17.......

November 7, 2012  12:10 PM ET

It might be a difficult task not to run up the score against the Chiefs.

November 7, 2012  12:36 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

CHEIFS 24 STEELERS 17.......

Sorry Charlie. WRONG!

November 7, 2012  12:43 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

CHEIFS 24 STEELERS 17.......

This from the same guy who was predicting the Bungles would pass the Ravens and Steelers this year......

Put your money where your keyboard is Hillbilly

November 7, 2012  12:46 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

If they can why not? But the Steelers wouldn't run up a score so this story is way off.

Agreement with this. The Chiefs have NFL talent too, whether or not anyone believes it. And the Steelers very rarely blow teams out nowadays.

If Pittsburgh doesn't turn the ball over and has no significant injuries - they should win. But any given Sunday (or Monday) upsets can happen. I'll say Pittsburgh 24 KC 14.

November 7, 2012  01:04 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Agreement with this. The Chiefs have NFL talent too, whether or not anyone believes it. And the Steelers very rarely blow teams out nowadays. If Pittsburgh doesn't turn the ball over and has no significant injuries - they should win. But any given Sunday (or Monday) upsets can happen. I'll say Pittsburgh 24 KC 14.

That sounds about right. The Steelers have always been about doing things the right way and I don't believe Tomlin would let Haley run up the score even if they could. Now if KC was playing the Pats...

November 7, 2012  01:04 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

CHEIFS 24 STEELERS 17.......

Who are the CHEIFS?





Great googly-moogly...

November 7, 2012  01:27 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

It might be a difficult task not to run up the score against the Chiefs.

I was thinking just that, they basically lie down and get stomped, it'd be strange not to score on the Chiefs

November 7, 2012  01:31 PM ET
QUOTE(#12):

I was thinking just that, they basically lie down and get stomped, it'd be strange not to score on the Chiefs

No offense to you, Athgates, but didn't the Ravens put up 9 points on KC about a month ago. They gave you more turnovers than a French bakery, but 9 points?

That's why it's the NFL.....

November 7, 2012  01:39 PM ET

Run it up I say

November 7, 2012  02:11 PM ET

Haley you can come back and be our offensive coordinator one year when we have all the pieces in place. A head coach you simply are not. And neither is Romeo

November 7, 2012  02:38 PM ET
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No offense to you, Athgates, but didn't the Ravens put up 9 points on KC about a month ago. They gave you more turnovers than a French bakery, but 9 points?That's why it's the NFL.....

Non taken, my Ravens have been laying egg after egg this season, trusting Flacco to be something he is not: a franchise QB.
But Ben is a real QB and should torment the Chiefs.
If the Ravens had simply ran the ball on every play in that game it would have been a blowout with Rice gashing the Chiefs left and right, but Cam Cameron knows best apparently.

November 7, 2012  02:39 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

I predict an upset.

Of what...your stomach?

You can take something for that....

November 7, 2012  02:40 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

If they can why not? But the Steelers wouldn't run up a score so this story is way off.

I agree...they don't.

What this story "writer" seems to forget is that Tomlin is the coach, not Haley.

November 7, 2012  02:41 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

CHEIFS 24 STEELERS 17.......

The CHEIFS, maybe...but the CHIEFS? Highly unlikely

 
November 7, 2012  03:10 PM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Who are the CHEIFS?Great googly-moogly...

wow..... one type-o and the young pups go crazy.........gee-whiz

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