The fact that he has no heart makes it easier to part ways with him. Quite frankly, I don't give a **** about talent if a player has no heart. Give me a player with average talent and a big heart over a player with superior talent and no heart. The average talent will ultimately be more consistent and better for his team.
Originally Posted by SenecaValley46
Another factor that makes it easier to part ways not only with Mendenhall, but Mike Wallace too, is that they're Bruce Arians' draft picks. He ain't here no more, so I'd like to give Todd Haley another draft to get some more players that he believes will fit his system better. It always takes at least a year for a new coordinator on either side of the ball to get his unit resembling something closer to his ideal.
"We're a game-plan offense, and we're going to try to tailor our strengths against their weaknesses."
-Todd Haley, current Steelers offensive coordinator
"We're not going to change what we do regardless of who our opponent is or who's injured."
-Bruce Arians, former Steelers offensive coordinator