ESPN — Former coach Jeff Fisher has “no regret whatsoever” about how things went down with the Los Angeles Rams and would seemingly like a little bit of credit for what has since transpired, saying he left the team “in pretty good shape.”
Ahead of the Rams’ matchup with the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Fisher, a longtime head coach for both organizations, took part in an hour-long interview with The Midday 180 radio show in Nashville and touched on his most recent employer.
Fisher was fired 13 games into his fifth season with the Rams in 2016, which ended with a 4-12 record in the franchise’s return to Los Angeles. Now, under first-year head coach Sean McVay, the Rams are 10-4 and can lock up their first division title since 2003 this weekend.
“I’m a huge fan of the Ram players,” Fisher told The Midday 180 on Friday. “They’re basically — I don’t want to say my players, but I had a lot to do with that roster. Left them in pretty good shape. And Sean, as he’s proven in this very short period of time, is an outstanding young coach. And he’s got the offense rolling, which they needed.”
What the hell is Jeff Fisher trying to accomplish here? Does he want to set himself up for a possible move to GM in the future? I mean there is no chance that saying this means he wants to come back and coach again ever, does it? I mean essentially he is saying he got some great players for LA but he couldn’t coach them to better than a 4-12 record?
I am curious what the hell Jeff was on here but he needs to share some of those goodies! Sounds like it’s some strong stuff and I want to get a nice high too!