Fisher Not Going Anywhere

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by, Dec 9, 2005.

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  1. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro

    Yeah fisher rocks!

    9-21 in our last 30 games. Yeah sign him for 20 more years at top dollar!:sad2:

    I don't mind giving fisher one more year but if we suck in 2006 he needs to go. You can't say he has done a great job of coaching this season. We are a mistake prone team that lost close games to some of the worst teams in the nfl. That sucks!

    It's also silly to bash our defensive coordinator on one thread while defending fisher on another. Who hired swartz as d-coordinator? Who keeps him on for 5 years now?
  2. Yeah, we don't want a GM who could build a Super Bowl contender and keep them there for 5 years... :rolleyes:
  3. Nine

    Nine Starter

    Perhaps you would have preferred the other solution...releasing star players right in the middle of their Super Bowl run?

    There is absolutely no way they were going to keep that team together for a long period of time. The reason the salary cap got out of hand was because there were so many high-priced stars on the roster...of course, those same players were the reason the team was so good.

    Realistically, had they released Mason, Samari, George, and Carter after the 2001 & 2002 seasons, they never would have been in contention in the first place. Floyd recognized this, and made a conscious choice to keep that team together, and accepting the inevitable cap problems that happened as a result.
  4. Banshee2

    Banshee2 Guest

    It's not like the guy was secretive about it, either. He TOLD everyone this day would come, and it has. Now it's time to (*shhhh*) rebuild....
  5. Steven Jackson

    Steven Jackson Camp Fodder

    thank you, i don't think that fisher should go, he is not making this team going to the super bowl anytime soon but i think that he will make them a lot better by just doing the things he is doing right know.
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