I've been in Vegas, and missed most of this, but from what I have digested I can only come to but one conclusion. Jeff Fisher has lost it. He appeatrs hung up on the fact that Volek wanted to be traded. Well, Fisher has been around the league long enough that this should not affect his or anyone elses decision making. Because that is the business side. It's an off the field decision for the most part. But the season had already started. Until Volek was traded, he should not have been benched. It appears Fisher was consumed with this one fact, and no other, and could not let it go. That to me is a sign that he's lost it. To be so obsessed with one thing that all players do. And let it eat you up at the detriment of the team. He's gotta go. It's like he as become bullheaded to the point where it is delf destructive. There are going to be players like Volek, and you deal with it, and the kicker here is that Volek was always truthful. He always came out with the Truth. He was a lame duck qb, not once, but twice, and the whole world knew it, and when he came out with it, it was the truth. Not a lie.