During the week of the Colts/Titans game, our local paper had a feature on Jeff Fisher and the woes of his organization, the fans turning on him, and his possible job loss. It seemed at that point, after getting blasted by the Cowboys and leading a winless team into Indy, that Fisher was on the way out. I don't think that's the case anymore. The 1-point loss to the Colts was quite possibly the best loss any team has ever had. A winless team vs an undefeated team, a rookie QB starting his first game vs the best quarterback in last 5 years, it was at Indy, ect. ect. ect. So the Titans lost by a point. Flash forward a week, and the titans get their first win behind that same rookie QB. To me, Fisher has shown that he can take young players and turn nothing into something. At 0-5, many teams would be done for, particularly young teams (no pun intended) without established leadership. After the Haynesworth incident, the Titans appeared dead. I have never liked Fisher, ever, and I still don't, but it really does look like he has brough the Titans back from the dead.