Somehow the man who has the second most losses in NFL history is going to keep his job. The LA Rams are currently 4-7 and are basically 4-8 as they play the Patriots this Sunday. The one thing that got people mad was that he banned Hall of Fame Running Back Eric Dickerson from the sidelines. Even with that, the ownership looks to be supporting him.
“Everybody will want to judge Jeff through the prism of just the record, but that’s totally unfair when you look at the set of circumstances he was handed this year,” Rams COO Kevin Demoff told NFL.com. “It was different than any team in the NFL. … We moved halfway across the country, then had [organized team activities] in Oxnard. Training camp was in Irvine, now we’re in Thousand Oaks. We moved coaches and players and families. To provide leadership and consistency, he’s done a model job.”
Hey, COO Kevin Dermoff a team’s record is probably one of the most important things to consider when talking about your head coach. It’s basically one of the only things to judge him on. Fisher doesn’t even know the names of the Patriots Running Backs. He only knew of LeGarrette Blount and “Brandon” who I would assume is Brandon Bolden, and “Danny” who is Danny Amendola you know the Wide Reciever.
“Over the years, I’ve learned to realize that the most important thing is to be consistent,” Fisher said. “You need to be consistent to do this. Consistency through the wins, consistency through the losses, and just keep moving your team forward. You guys have been out here, you’ve seen these guys. They love to practice, they like each other.”
Coach, you are consistently average at best. I can’t comprehend how you still have a job. The Rams best record with Fisher was 7-8-1. So Rams fans start the petition and get Jeff Fisher out of there.