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Thanks to his uneven tenure with the St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams, Jeff Fisher's name has become synonymous with mediocrity and even disappointment. Astoundingly, his career record shows just how mediocre the former Rams and Titans head coach really is. 


According to Pro Football Reference's coaching totals, Fisher is the most statistically average coach in NFL history, ranking 90th out of 179 head coaches with his .512 regular season winning percentage.

Fisher was once one of the most respected coaches of his era and led the Titans within one yard of a Super Bowl championship, all the way back in 1999. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to adapt to the changing NFL landscape and ultimately became a victim of the times.

Maybe, just maybe, Fisher would be a lot higher on the list if he found a way to adjust to today's NFL. Just for perspective, since taking over for Fisher with the Rams, head coach Sean McVay has gone 19-5 in the regular season. That's a .792 winning percentage. Pretty good for a first-time head coach, if you ask me.


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