Man this is depressing, because essentially either option leaves us fans with little hope for the immediate future. I definitely wanted Fisher gone after this season, but to hope that he is gone after 2011 is to basically wish for the worst failure upon the team for a whole year. That's hard to swallow, especially with CJ's window getting smaller and his shelf life likely coming to an end in a few years (I hope not, but let's be realistic). There's also the fact that post-Fisher, we have no idea who will be coaching this team and how long it will take for them to have success. It could mean several years of losing and rebuilding. The alternative, if Fisher were to turn things around, is also depressing when looking at the long run, because that means in all likelihood he'd get an extension and it would be years upon years of the same old mediocrity and antiquated coaching, barring some kind of miracle. I really don't know which is worse. The bottom line is that I think we kinda got screwed by the possible lockout/labor renegotiation. Fisher should have been fired after his team melting down in two straight seasons. But once again he got lucky and again us fans are left scratching our heads and talking in circles about the same old things. In the end there are no guarantees that the team will see success with anyone as head coach. In light of that, I'll vote that I hope that Fisher miraculously turns the team into a perennially Superbowl-winning dynasty, because I don't have the patience or wherewithal to root against my team for a year and hope for some glimmer of future success that may not even happen.