Jeff Fisher has been a head coach in the NFL for as long as I can remember, so the fact he's no longer going to be standing on the sideline sporting one of the NFL's most legendary mustaches is a real shame. In his 20 years as a head coach he's accumulated the most losses in NFL history, well he's tied, most Jeff Fisher thing ever, he can't even be the best at losing. The fact he couldn't even break the record for most losses by a NFL head coach sums up the legacy of Jeff Fisher perfectly, he's the definition of mediocrity. As much as some fans might've appreciated his longevity, mustache, and football guy aura, at the end of the day we can all admit he wasn't a very good head coach. His offense was stuck in the late 90's and his defenses were good yet never elite. Somehow he managed to be one of the longest tenured coaches ever, despite never winning anything, or having many winning seasons. In 22 seasons as a head coach, 6 of them resulted in being over .500, truly remarkable he was able to hang around all these years.
That brings me to my next point, is this the end of Jeff Fisher coaching in the NFL. I doubt he'll be a defensive coordinator anywhere, you don't go from top dog for 22 years back to being just a guy on the staff. I can't see him going into the college game, although I'm sure one these desperate colleges would hire him just for the name. I can see Fisher working in the league offices doing some irrelevant job for the NFL, he's that type of guy. He needs to be around football, but no one is going to want him after 22 years of pure mediocrity, so he's just going to collect millions the next two years, and maybe get a cushiony gig collecting a paycheck for ultimately doing nothing in the league office as well. That's kinda what he's done his whole career though, so the trend continues. Nobody needs to worry about Jeff, he'll be doing just fine.