Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/8/14
The former longtime Tennessee Titans coach now after taking a break from the NFL, is recharged at full steam with the St. Louis Rams. Fisher is just what the Rams needed, a no nonsense coach who puts a premium on defense. He’s a hardnosed, in your face type of coach but players love him for it.  The Rams 3-2 record is an indication Fisher hasn’t lost his winning touch. Fisher spoke on KOA in Denver with The Dave Logan Show about his young team contending. “It’s been a lot of fun. This is a great group of guys, a young group. We’ve really enjoyed it, really from Day One. They’ve got a lot of enthusiasm, a great deal of energy, and they’ve done a really good job of kind of deleting the past and moving forward. We don’t reference what happened here in the past. I’ve left that up to everyone else. … We are young. We had 17 rookies on the opening-day roster, and we’re getting contributions from a lot of younger players.” “You know me, it’s one week at a time. I am especially proud of these guys to handle a difficult situation of a Sunday-Thursday. … We played two division opponents that were off to a great start and found a way to beat Seattle and came back four days later and were fortunate to beat Arizona. This young group really adjusted well to the short schedule. … I think our team’s going to be really challenged here and defined over the next month, from the standpoint of three of our next four games are on the road. We go to Miami, we travel to London and then we travel to San Francisco. This young team is going to really be challenged because that’s a difficult stretch of games.”
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