I know, I know, we’ve been over this.
I actually am fine with the way Haley uses Charles. Most of the time. I am NOT always fine with the way he uses Thomas Jones.
Anyway, Yahoo has a pretty interesting post on the subject and I thought you guys would want to check it out.
Todd Haley is fortunate enough to have a very special offensive weapon. There’s no doubt that he’s a great offensive coach, but why does he refuse to see the potentially enormous benefits of Jamaal Charles’ rare palette? I talked to Haley about Charles on a conference call last year, and I know that he believes in the way he’s using his best player. I don’t think it’s stubbornness or anything like that.
But when so much evidence flies in the face and leans to the contrary … underutilizing Jamaal Charles seems to be a tougher sell every day.