Still, that was a different era, and in his second incarnation as the savior of a relocated franchise, he failed miserably.In their first two years at the Tennessee Titans, Fisher’s teams went 8-8 before two spectacular 13-3 runs.
Not exactly a ringing endorsement for retirement, right?I was 7 or 8 years old and I was sitting at church, and we happened to be playing with the sunlight that was coming down from the stained glass window, and the monsignor came down to the pew and grabbed us by our neck collars and said, 'I'll deal with you.'" Fisher recounted. In 1994, Fisher was hired as head coach of the Houston Oilers, a franchise that later moved to Tennessee and became the Titans.In his 17 seasons with the franchise, Fisher amassed 142 wins but never had much time for himself or his family."One of the more difficult things is the time. But in my world there is never time to figure out what is, in fact, missing.I could handle those responsibilities because I know that I have a father that is looking after me, that has got my best interest in His heart."After Fisher's stint with the Titans ended after a disappointing 2010 season, he signed as the head coach of the Rams the following season.After Jeff Fisher was fired as the head coach of the Rams, he returned to the place most familiar to him during his tenure as an NFL coach: Nashville.