That was ugly.
Jeff Fisher had dominant performances from his defense and special teams, but the offense was so inept that the team still nearly lost the game. His continued insistence that Case Keenum's performances aren't the issue are mind boggling at best and idiotic at worst.
Part of me thinks that Fisher actually believes what he's saying. He actually believes that you only need 165 yards and no turnovers from your QB to win a football game. The lack of urgency to fix the offense is nearly as appalling as the offensive performances themselves.
But I'm a bit ahead of myself here. Lets take a look back at where we stood last week.
TROLLS! TROLLS EVERYWHERE!
Seriously... either someone had a bot voting or y'all think you're funny.
Throw that into the rest of the season's results and it looks something like this.
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I'm not even going to try to analyze the trends since they were so skewed last week. I will say that I'm interested to see effect yesterday's game has on fan's perception. It was the epitome of Fisherball - and what you'd be getting through the duration of any extension he receives.