Miami Dolphins’ South Beach Dreams: Jeff Fisher As Next Fins Coach

January 28, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Nothing has been conventional about the Miami Dolphins' offseason.
Now it's time to continue the unconventional behavior and go get Jeff Fisher to be the Dolphins' head coach.
The likelihood of that happening is very slim, unfortunately (thus why I titled this article "South Beach Dreams").
However, if there is even a remote chance that the Dolphins could pull this move off, then they should.
With the way Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has behaved towards Tony Sparano this offseason, there is a good chance Jeff Fisher would in no way want to work for Ross.
However, Fisher is coming off of a bad relationship with Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams. Adams was very hands-on in telling Fisher who to start at QB. Fisher may like working for an owner in Ross who is completely hands-off in football decisions.
Then some would argue that Fisher is an overrated coach.
Fisher has been the head coach of the Titans for 16 seasons (plus six games in 1994 as in...

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