Football Outsiders: Ranking the staffs 1-16 Mike Tanier URL: http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/7071478 12. Titans (Last Year: 15) Sure, the 2004 and 2005 seasons were ugly. Jeff Fisher shepherded the Titans through a salary purge so severe that it swallowed nearly every recognizable name on the roster. Last year, he guided a hotshot rookie quarterback, an ultra-talented headcase cornerback and a more-hungry-than-gifted lineup to an 8-8 record, saving his job in the process. After 13 years and 105 victories with the Titans franchise, Fisher has become a master delegator who lets his assistants develop their own schemes. Those assistants are very good. Offensive coordinator Norm Chow got Vince Young ready to play and installed a rollout-and-run scheme that matched his quarterback's strengths. Chow's system is versatile enough to expand as Young grows. Defensive coordinator Jim Schwarz has spent several years making chicken soup from chicken scratch on defense. He likes to blitz, but he won't ask defenders to do what they're incapable of. Note - i keep hearin that about Schwarz....people on this forum keep bashing him...while analysts keep praising him....i really dont see what they all see in him.