Todd Haley and the Chiefs: Learning Bad Habits

Posted: 30th September 2009 by Russell Fike in NFL
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What makes for better front office management in the NFL? Does success stream to those who are impulsive, gutsy, and spontaneous, or formulaic, cautionary, and evaluative? The answer resembles a successful NFL offense in that a balanced approach is typically best. Continuing from the offseason and into 2009, the Kansas City Chiefs have seen an overhaul of the team conducted with reactionary fervor and tempered patience.á Quarterback Tyler ThigpenÆs trade to Miami is a testament to the knowledge of ChiefÆs general manager Scott Pioli.á With the reel Thigpen made for himself in 11 starts for Kansas City last year in which he put up numbers comparable to current ChiefÆs starter Matt Cassel (albeit out of the spread offense), Thigpen became a marketable commodity.á With no takers by pres ...

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