Friday, August 22, 2014

Snoop Dogg does not approve of former Chiefs head coach Todd Haley's job performance with the Steelers

Posted By on Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 3:48 PM

click to enlarge Haley draws the ire of Mr. Broadus.
  • Haley draws the ire of Mr. Broadus.
Todd Haley had a, let's say, disappointing run as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. He was canned midseason in 2011, but shortly thereafter hired as the offensive coordinator of the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

It hasn't gone so hot for Haley in Steel City, either. The team was a powerhouse for much of the last decade, winning Super Bowls in 2005 and 2008. But it hasn't made it to the playoffs since Haley arrived. Following last night's (albeit meaningless) preseason loss to state rival the Philadelphia Eagles, none other than Snoop Dogg — who is apparently a Steelers fan, even though he's from Long Beach? OK — took to Instagram to vent about Haley's play-calling. Verbatim transcript:

"Man, the Pittsburgh Steelers need a new fuckin' offensive coordinator, this guy sucks," Snoop said in the post, which as of right now has been "liked" by 25,000 users. "Coach Tomlin, this is Snoop Dogg, man. Fire that motherfucker and get us a real offensive coordinator. We ain't won a playoff game since we had this motherfucker, man. Shit."

Watch it here

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