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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by CRUDS, Jan 2, 2011.
Finally, you've seen the light
Britt will learn his limits with his body. he gets hurt all by himself, he is over extending his legs. im glad it was his groin he hurt today and not that hammy again. now the hammy should be fully healed by next season. he just needs to stop putting so much force in his lower body while running down field.
If I was the owner of the Titans the meeting would go something like this:
Me: Hey Jeff how ya doing? Have a seat, can I get you something to drink?
Jeff: No thanks I'm good.
Me: OK. Well I think you know why you're here.
Me: Let me reassure you, we're reevaluating the whole staff and roster. Obviously all our problems are not the fault of the head coach.
Jeff: Of course.
Me: With that said you are a problem and you're fired.
I don't think there's anything Fisher can say or do to save his @ss this time. He looks defeated, even during some of our worst years Fisher has never looked this bad.
Bud should sit Fisher down and ask him if he wants to return next season and when fisher says yes, Suze Orman should jump from behind a fake office plant and say DENIED!
He didn't look so bad today, but the past few games he has looked miserable. Maybe he already knows what is going to happen and today he look better because his fate has already been revealed to him.
Oh, do they also fail to make the playoffs?
I can give you just as many NEW coaches that flooded the playoffs last year and this year.
I thought the same thing. He seemed very assured and confident.
I think he's staying.
I just wonder what Fisher's defense would be if they actually asked him about the failure he's captained.
"Uhh... Hey, did you guys know I'm one of the longest tenured coaches?"
What else could he say, really? And that's all ESPN has used to support their "he's a great coach" claim for years now.
This sounded SO MUCH like a Donald Trump episode.