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Rivalry Reignited: Todd Haley vs. Josh McDaniels

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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley and Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels are both in the second year of their first head coaching jobs and both are trying hard to stake their claim as best coach in the West. You could say both coaches are pretty, um, prideful too.

Yesterday, after the Broncos blew out the Chiefs 49-29, I think it's safe to say that Todd Haley's pride was hurt. As the two coaches approached each other for the customary post game handshake, Todd Haley instead waved his finger at Josh McDaniels and uttered some angry words. No handshake was made.

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