Its no secret the LA Rams are the best story in the NFL. The win differential from last year to this is remarkable. Most smart fans and analyst directly point to change in head coach as the main reason for the Rams success.
Former Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has a different take, which he shared with 104.5 the Zone in Nashville on Friday.
“I am a huge fan of the Rams players. 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 (McVay), as he has shown in a short period of time, is an outstanding young coach, and he’s got the offense going, which was needed.”
Fisher also hit back at the critics who have slammed him for his mediocre record…
“I get a kick out of people (saying), ‘Oh, you just tied Dan Reeves for most losses in the history of the National Football League.’ Well, I’m a few wins away from being in the top 10. So, where do you want to emphasize? What’s your point?
“Two different franchises, five different cities, six different stadiums. Not an easy thing to do. The Chargers moved from San Diego to Orange County and started 0-4 (this season). Relocation is huge. And I’m not making excuses.”