I remember a few years ago -- Young's rookie season, I think -- the Titans began the season something like 0-5. You guys will remember it better than me, I'm sure. And there began to be talk (on sports radio and various other places) about firing Jeff Fisher. "Fire who?" I remember thinking. Surely they can't be talking about Titans coach Jeff Fisher. But they were...and my next thought was always: YES! PLEASE fire him.....and send him up here to Indy to take over for Dungy when he hangs it up. Of course, the remaining 11 games went very differently for the Titans (including, as I recall, a very painful victory over my Colts). And, wouldn't you know it, people weren't talking about firing Jeff Fisher anymore. I'm going to tell you all something as an outsider who gets up to play Fisher's Titans twice a year: Jeff Fisher has never been your "problem" (when you've decided you have a problem, that is) and he never will be. Bill Belichick's three rings may have earned him dibs on the title of "Best Coach in the NFL". But I'd have a hard time naming 4 other coaches to round out the top 5 without Fisher's name being somewhere on there. Most NFL teams cycle through one HC after another trying to find somebody who can offer a reasonable chance for success. Some of them have been doing that dance for decades. But, in my experience, coaches don't go from being good one day and not-so-good the next. Bill Parcells, as an example, will never be a bad, or even mediocre, coach (or, now, Front Office guy). But that doesn't mean that every time he fields a team, they're going to go 13-3 and make a run deep in the playoffs. That's not how this football league works. Some of the Titans "fans" posting here don't know how good they've got it so far as the head coaching position goes. Like any other coach who's been around the league for a while, Fisher's had his share of better teams and lesser teams. That comes with the territory. But I can tell you this: no team that's ever donned the Titans uniform has been worse off because of who they've had roaming the sidelines all these years. The man's an intense competitor, a brilliant game strategist, a tireless motivator, and somebody who couldn't spell the word "quit" if you spotted him three letters. Those of you saying he should lose his job should have your heads examined. There are no better coaches you could hire.