The Rams' coach just tied an NFL record, so the team fired him


The Los Angeles Rams fired head coach Jeff Fisher on Monday, a day after their ninth loss of the season.

The Rams struggled after their return to Los Angeles, where they played from 1946-1994 before shipping off to St. Louis. Going 4-9 and firing the head coach mid-season probably isn’t what Los Angeles football fans were hoping for when the team moved back. 

It’s particularly bizarre, considering Fisher signed a contract extension last week. 

But get this — Sunday’s loss to the Falcons marked the 165th of Fisher’s coaching career, tying him for the most career losses by an NFL coach. So firing him makes a lot of sense.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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