Fisher is in the last year of his contract and he got what he want in getting rid of Vince Young, so he has a lot to prove in 2011. If the Titans tank he won’t be able to blame Young anymore.
If they succeed without Young, Fisher will be vindicated.
“Jeff has meant a great deal to this franchise and we have reached some incredible heights under his leadership,” Adams said in a statement Friday.
Adams also thanked fans for their patience over the past week while he decided on the team’s future.
“Obviously, I have very high expectations for our football team and want to deliver a championship to our fans,” the 88-year-old owner said. “Jeff understands this and shares my expectations. The results of his leadership have been some very good football teams and I believe he will get us back to an elite level.”
The first thing Fisher needs to address is who is going to be his quarterback.
Kerry Collins is nice backup to have, but he isn’t going to get the Titans to the Super Bowl. Maybe Donovan McNabb? Just a thought.