Your Weekly 'Why Isn't Todd Haley Calling Plays' Question

SAN DIEGO, CA - SEPTEMBER 25: Head Coach Norv Turner of the San Diego Chargers shakes hands with Head Coach Todd Haley of the Kansas City Chiefs during their NFL Game on September 25, 2011 at Qualcomm Stadium in San DIego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

It's Wednesday which means Kansas City Chiefs head coach is on SiriusXM NFL Radio with Adam Schein and Rich Gannon and that also means that Schein is going to ask Haley why he isn't calling plays. 

Here's how it went down this week on SiriusXM....

Schein: "Todd, no changes in terms of the play selection, either second half last week or for this upcoming week? (Everyone starts laughing) Every week coach!"

Haley: "(Laughs) I thought coach Muir did a terrific job, again, of staying within the game plan. I think I talked to you guys last week, our guys...they really care but pressing for us or trying to do too much, or getting outside of individual abilities doesn't help the overall team. I thought coach Muir and the entire offensive staff did a good job of sticking with the plan, as always. I like to interject on all three sides of the ball when I feel strongly. I thought there was significant progress and that's what had to happen. We're 0-3 in the first quarter. Our goal is try and get a win here, and finish this quarter on a positive note and then we're starting 0-0 fresh."

That wraps up this week's edition of "Why isn't Todd Haley calling plays?" Here is the Week 1 edition and the Week 2 edition.

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