Why Tennessee Titans Fans Will Appreciate Jeff Fisher More Now Than Ever

January 29, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It was announced Thursday night that the Tennessee Titans and Jeff Fisher will be parting ways. Fisher was the Titans' head coach for seventeen years, making him the longest tenured coach in the NFL. That title now belongs to Eagles coach Andy Reid. 
I have noticed a lot of positive feedback among Titans fans regarding Fisher's departure. I don't get it. That's why I am writing this article. I think Titans fans will miss Fisher now more than ever.
Jeff Fisher is one of the more respected coaches around the NFL. Yes, he only had six winning seasons in seventeen years as the head coach, but this is because he never had enough talent. You see, the best wide receiver he ever had was Kevin Dyson.
Dyson lasted only four seasons with Tennessee before being released in 2002. The attempts to replace him with guys like Tyrone Calico, Bobby Wade, Justin Givens and Justin Gage all failed. Through all of this, what did owner Bud Adams do? Absolutely nothing.
Every year, the...

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