Originally Posted by mussop
Uhh, first of all, I said coaches don't get that long "anymore", so that sort of implies that current coaches that get hired
don't get that kind of time to win (as opposed to coaches that have already been around). But that's OK. Since you labeled me "wrong", and since you used Fisher's 6-year mark as his .500 mark (ignoring the extenuating circumstances along the way), go ahead and finish pointing out how wrong I am by counting how many current NFL head coaches have more than 6 years with their current organization.
Let me know when you have an answer that shows I'm wrong that coaches don't get that long anymore.