Jeff Fisher: There’s a debate raging about just how good of a coach Fisher is – in 16 seasons, he only made the playoffs six times (5-6 record), and his Titans had a feast-or-famine feel throughout his tenure. The Titans only finished above .500 six times under Fisher. Where might he end up coaching in 2012? I’d put San Diego, New York Giants, Miami and Houston at the top of the list. Turner, Coughlin, Sparano and Kubiak all must get in the playoffs, or they’ll likely be gone. If you want to throw Philadelphia or Chicago in there, I wouldn’t agree, but go right ahead. [Mike Silver]
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