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"Fisher's Future" News Update Thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Creeping-Cruds, Jan 2, 2011.

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  1. SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    I bet I'm better than most with Fisher staying. I'm all good with a coaching change too, don't get me wrong, but really, I don't give a damn. If Fisher does stay I will be unhappy if VY is still here. I don't want more of the same. At the same time I'm cool with a new coach and a fresh start for VY.
  2. chamgel2 Special Teams Standout

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    I think we'll draft Ryan Mallett and bring back Kerry Collins to mentor him. Their styles are very similar.
  3. HeadOnASwivel Starter

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    I'm getting the same feeling... and it don't feel good.
  4. LANGSTER Starter

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    Hats off to jeff fisher he is a PR machine. He has done a terrible job the last two years! Two 6 game losing streaks, terrible defense, team totally quits you at times, wastes the owners money on a hall of fame wr and will not use him, wearing a peyton manning jersey and say you want to be a winner in the middle of a losing streak, play favorites with players, cut Blount and keep donnie nickey for a decade, run CJ into the ground thinking he is eddie george, dont make any halftime adjustments, start 5-2 end 6-10, and blame it all on vince young and keep your job wow!

    I am all for young being cut! But fisher has a lot of responsibility too! Its time to get rid of both of them and start over. I will say this again, if it were not for homerun throwback in 99, fisher would have been out of the nfl as a head coach long ago!
  5. xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Hopefully Mallett in the 2nd :) lol

    What you guys think about Gabbert?
  6. MAAANDUDE#31 Rookie

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    Kind of feel the same way, just ready for same change at this point. If fishface stays I want VY gone, but if we get new coach even though I do not want VY here talent or not it should be new HC's decision.
  7. chamgel2 Special Teams Standout

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    I agree with everything you said...Both should be cut, and we should start fresh. New QB, New coach, new direction.
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    Let's focus on Fisher in this thread. You can start one in the NFL Draft Thread on possible draft pick options.
  8. xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Sir, Yes SIR!

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    Titans owner Bud Adams said he’s going to continue his evaluation process before making a decision on the fate of Coach Jeff Fisher.

    Adams met with Senior Executive Vice President Steve Underwood and General Manager Mike Reinfeldt in Houston on Monday.

    The Titans issued a statement from Adams just before Fisher’s regularly scheduled press conference:

    “There are several things that need to be considered in this evaluation process, including Jeff’s history with our team, the labor situation and other challenges. I have been at this for a long time, and these decisions take time and thoughtful consideration. I will make the decisions that I feel are in the best interest of the team. I do understand the time element involved and would expect to make these decisions in the near future.

    “In the meantime, I will continue to be in contact with Jeff and the senior staff for any additional information that I may need.’’

    Fisher said he could meet with Adams at some point this week but that nothing has been scheduled. Fisher met with his players during a season-ending team meeting on Monday.

    “I am in a situation here probably for the first time in my career where there is curiosity regarding my tenure here, and I know everyone has a lot of questions,’’ Fisher said. “But it is a process and we are going to continue to discuss it and we have some difficult decisions to make.

    “I think the perception here is decisions are going to get made first thing Monday morning, and that has been the case around the league. But it is not going to be the case here. I am not troubled whatsoever because we have great communication lines right now.’’
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