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One of the most noteworthy points of debate this season has been the play-calling of offensive coordinator Todd Haley, as there isn't a player or coach that gets fans in an uproar like Haley.
In Sunday's loss, Haley was very much up and down. His offense generated 31 points, which should have been enough to win the game. In fact, he called some excellent plays on the Pittsburgh touchdowns.
However, there were instances of bad choices—such as in the first half when the Steelers went for it on 4th-and-short twice on the same drive.
Logic dictates that if the inside run works the first time, a team like the Patriots will be waiting for it the second time around. That didn't stop Haley from trying it again though. Also, with the Steelers offensive line struggling so much, slow-developing run plays and route trees set Roethlisberger up for far too much pressure.