Jake Force
Rants by Jake

Jeff Fisher

So today I saw that if Patriots Coach Bill Belichick did not win a single game for the next six seasons that he would still have a better win percentage than ex-Rams coach Jeff Fisher. Fisher, who was just fired yesterday, has never been known for winning because it doesn’t happen often. It certainly didn’t ever happen with the Titans and it’s been more of the same for the Rams. Here’s what I don’t get about the NFL though, or pro sports in general; someone will still be crazy enough to hire him again. Why is it that coaches who have never had any success still seem to get hired after they get dropped for being a bad coach? This really is something that I need explained to me. We all know that if he gets hired again, it will either not be a head coaching job or it will be one but just for a bad team because there is no way an elite team would want him. Here is my question to that team; what makes you think your team is going to get any better with a coach who has barely even seen the playoffs never mind won a ring? My advice to Jeff Fisher, take all your money and call it a career, before you suffer through another firing.

  1. Mike Byron Reply
    December 14, 2016 at 1:52 pm

    I am not sure that Belichik himself could do much with the LA Rams this year. I don’t think Fisher is innovative nor is he a good coach. He is very vanilla and blah. He was able to stay alive at most of his NFL head coaching gigs because his teams were 8-8 or 7-9. They weren’t good but they weren’t awful either. This LA Ram team is awful. If I were an NFL coach and my team was awful (like San Fran or Cleveland this year), I’d at least try my best to roll out some trick plays or try some new schemes. I see time and time again in the NFL where a team stinks and can’t run the ball to save their life, but there they are, trying over and over and over again to run the ball (see the Indy Colts this year). The Rams should try a flea-flicker, run a naked boot, try a double reverse … something, anything to shake things up … rather than be the same boring Rams. At least it would be entertaining. This current LA Rams team is far from that.

  2. Super Fan Dan Reply
    January 4, 2017 at 8:41 am

    (1/4/2017) So Fisher got the axe. Now the regular season is over and there are several coaching positions open in the NFL…including the L.A. Rams. Of all those openings…do you think your beloved Patriots will lose any of their assistant coaches to the Rams, or any of the other positions open in the NFL?

  3. Andy Force Reply
    February 4, 2017 at 11:14 am

    I don’t know ow you can say that Jake. You need to check before you say such things. You sound like Donald Trump when you do that. Sports history is full of coaches that went from bad to good. Jack Pardee didn’t start off well with the Chicago Bears in the 1970’s but ended up with a winning record when he finally retired. Many more such records could be cited, just look them up.

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