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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titanup1982, May 10, 2014.
Who cares, really.
Fish should stick around until he is the first head coach to coach thirty consecutive years without winning a super bowl (someone correct me if another coach has performed this feat)
it's been over 10 years since he's even been past the 1st round of the playoffs. crazy.
I think his charade is slowly but surely being figured out. Sub-.500 both seasons in STL. And in all likelihood will be sub-.500 again this season. I think he's done after this year. Maybe they give him one more year after this one. But he doesn't have the goodwill built up in St. Louis like he did in Nashville. He won't be able to coast for much longer.
How he managed to fool everyone for this long is beyond me.
Gonna be really hard for Fisher to make the playoffs, his team is the worst NFC West team.
As far as I know, no its never been done.
Don Shula and George Halas are the only 2 coaches Im aware of with 30+ years as coaches, and they both won multiple championships.
Tom Landry coached almost 30 years, but he too won multiple titles.
Fisher would be a pioneer if he accomplished what youre saying. Not a good kind, but would still be a trail blazer for loser coaches.
I wouldn't be surprised if he landed somewhere else if the Rams can him TBH.
The problem wish Fisher is he can have all the talent in the world but he underachieves with it. He did it with Tennessee many times in the early 2000s right up to when he was fired.
That's where his predictability comes into play. He's too conservative (as we all know) and he doesn't trust QBs.