In the truest sense, Todd Haley flipped the script for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He then flipped it back again.
As offensive coordinator of one of the NFL's hotter teams, one coming off rapid-fire victories over San Diego and Arizona, Haley had to take a playbook designed for right-handed quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, flip it for left-handed replacement Michael Vick, then flip it back for righty third-stringer Landry Jones.
That entailed reversing the formations, tweaking the language, and even worrying about a shotgun snap from center that is aimed over and over and over to hit Roethlisberger in the right hand.
The changes are subtle but significant. For...