The NFL tweeted out the video as a teaser for Amazon Video’s newest season of “All or Nothing“, which chronicled the Rams during the hard 2016 season.
The second season of Amazon’s All or Nothing series either will or won’t include the moment when Fisher finds out his fate.
“Unfortunately, I won’t be there this weekend”, Fisher said as he held back tears. I was just fired. But until Whitworth and the rest of the unit can show the improvement on the football field, No. 18 seems like a fair assumption for the Rams at the moment. And the loyalty that you’ve shown. “You busted your [expletive] every single day for me”. Sorry if I let you guys down. You guys didn’t let me down. I will do whatever I can (for) every single one of you. I’ll be there for you when the season’s over. I will recommend you. The clip is dripping with emotion, as Fisher knows that his termination means that most – if not all – of his assistants will be looking for work at the end of the season.
Before McVay got the job, the Rams were led by Jeff Fisher, who coached the team for five seasons, compiling a record of 31-45-1. It’s only three more games.
He also coached the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans franchise from 1995 all the way through 2010. He went 142-120 during that stop and 5-6 in the playoffs.