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Old 12-08-2010   #119
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Default Re: Cortland Innegan Speaks Thread

How do you know Fisher can't be a real good coach with a good owner and a real organization? The man has only worked for Bud Adams which in itself is a huge handicap. Name me one head coach that has excelled under Bud Adams? One ... waiting .... Bum Phillips? Donk ... no ... we all loved Bum but Fisher went further than he did. Even Bum himself said how impossible it was to work for Bud Adams.

Anyone else? Jerry Glanville ..lol, Ed Biles yeah right, Jack Pardee ...of course not.

Seriously, look at the list of coaches that have worked for Bud Adams. Most of them are getting the ...



within 2 years of being with the team. Seriously, here is the list ...

Lou Rymkus 1960-1961
Wally Lemn 1961
Pop Ivy 1962-1963
Sammy Baugh 1964
Hugh Taylor 1965
Wally Lemn 1966-1970
Ed Hughes 1971
Bill Peterson 1972-1973
Sid Gillman 1973-1974
Bum Phillips 1975-1980
Ed Biles 1981-1983
Chuck Studley 1983
Hugh Campbell 1984-1985
Jerry Glanville 1985-1989
Jack Pardee 1990-1994
Jeff Fisher 1994-Present

Besides Bum, Jeff Fisher stands out in a long list of losers or people that got axed by Bud before they could do anything. Props to Fisher for being able to stick around for as long as he has. Who knows, he might be a Vince Lombardi with a real team.
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