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Todd Haley’s Departure:The Play-Calling Will Change In Arizona

Published by on May 20, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Todd Haley vacated his play-calling post in Arizona's high-powered offense for a shot at rebuilding Kansas City.

Now head coach Ken Whisenhunt will get back to play-calling, which is what got him his job with the Cardinals in the first place.

Whisenhunt called the plays for Pittsburgh when they got their "one for the thumb" back in 2006. He had great success because the Steelers had a run-first offense and a talented young quarterback in Ben Roethlisberger.

But let's not kid ourselves, Pittsburgh was, and probably always will be, built around its defense.

In the 2006 Super Bowl, Roethlisberger's passer rating was 22.6, the lowest ever by a winning quarterback in the Super Bowl.

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