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It's Only The Second Week Of NFL Preseason Games, And Todd Haley Is Already Pissed Off

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The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-13 last night. That final score was seasoned with two Ravens touchdowns in the final two minutes.


Preseason games are a time for never rans to catch the coach's attention, and the fourth quarter of the second game is traditionally known as scrub-time. Todd Haley, though, Todd Haley doesn't see it like that. Because Todd Haley doesn't give a fuck about anything except #winning. So, Todd Haley made this perfectly clear to Ravens head coach John Harbaugh to the point that Harbaugh addressed it at the onset of his post-game presser.

"I want to apologize to the Chiefs if they feel like we were not doing the right thing at the end of the game," Harbaugh said. "That wasn't the mindset, OK? The mindset was – this is the preseason. If this had been the regular season, we would've been on a knee. The idea in that situation is to give those young guys who work hard and who are trying to make a football team – this football team or another football team – to play the whole 60 minutes and give them a chance to show what they can do. Offensive line, running backs, everybody."


However, Todd Haley didn't acknowledge being pissed off when asked about it during his post-game presser, noting that "I just control what we do." Todd Haley handles his business man-to-man, so John Harbaugh will certainly hear about going public with it.

Todd Haley upset with John Harbaugh [PFT]

Harbaugh explains decision in running up the score [Baltimore Sun]

Credibility of the Chiefs takes a hit [Kansas City Star] (Photo H/T AP via Star gallery)

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