Falcons receiver Roddy White rips Steelers OC Todd Haley on Twitter

Roddy 'Skip' White isn't afraid to voice his opinion. (US Presswire)

Roddy White, I firmly believe, doesn't know that Twitter is public. Or maybe he doesn't care. Because he uses it like a confessional, saying literally anything that comes to his mind regardless of whether or not it's the kosher thing to do.

For instance, his latest move, which was taking a shot at Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley during Sunday night's Pittsburgh-Indy game.

Or maybe Roddy White is just secretly Skip Bayless? Because he will weigh in on anything as long as his opinion gets to be controversial.

Penn State? Don't blame Joe Pa. Concussions? Players deserve them. Journalism? Shut your mouth, AJC. Roger Goodell? Overpaid. And the city of New Orleans? You're lucky to be standing!

As far as I can tell, White's never even really crossed paths with Haley. White was drafted by the Falcons in 2005 and spent his whole career in Atlanta. Haley's never coached in Atlanta. It's possible that White has heard things from friends about Haley, or even that White just has an opinion about Haley.

The latter is probably the case and it's also a very good reason for someone to create a game show revolving around "Roddy White Tweets." Or at the very least, involve White in some sports shouting show.

Whatever, it's just sad that the Falcons and Steelers aren't going to play some time this year. Because I definitely wanted to get a little bit more of ... this:

You really don't want to mess with Haley. (Getty Images)

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