Among the 15 coaches with 20 years or more of NFL experience, only Curly Lambeau and Weeb Ewbank qualified for the playoffs less often than Fisher.But Ewbank won three titles, including a Super Bowl championship, and Lambeau won six championships while competing in years without playoffs.

Fans will love Jeff Fisher as a dude, but will they want him as their football coach?

He’s been great for the transition, but is he the right man for the future?

If the team struggles this year as expected, those numbers will be covered in a historical level of shade.

Ty Burrell, the actor who plays Phil Dunphy on ABC’s “Modern Family,” has an unusual doubleheader next Sunday.

Fisher may have just arrived, but he’s surely going to have to show improvement to stick around.

Judging strictly from the record books, it’s actually surprising that Fisher is still the Rams coach.

The lifelong Rams fan will go from watching the team once known as “The Greatest Show on Turf” to a ceremony honoring the greatest shows on television. Ty Burrell, the actor who plays Phil Dunphy on ABC’s “Modern Family,” has an unusual doubleheader next Sunday.

The lifelong Rams fan will go from watching the team once known as “The Greatest Show on Turf” to a ceremony honoring the greatest shows on television. (Sam Farmer)In four seasons with the Rams, Fisher is 27-36-1, with never more than seven wins in a season.

You can hear it in his infamous speech on “Hard Knocks,’’ one that has become the mantra for the season.“I’m not [bleeping] going 7-9 or 8-8 or 9-7 OK? or 10-6 for that matter,’’ he shouted at his players during a team meeting.

Jeffrey Michael Fisher (born February 25, 1958) is an American football coach and former player.

Yet with a bit of gravel in the voice and salt in the pepper hair, his aura is wise.