Jeff Fisher could be coaching for his job with Rams

Jeff Fisher’s St. Louis Rams are currently two games out of a playoff spot, with games against the Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals on deck.

The way it looks now, Fisher will be 0-for-4 in attempts to reach the postseason as coach of the Rams. Including his last two years with the Titans, that would be six straight seasons for him as a coach without a trip to the playoffs.

And before anyone gives Fisher an out by saying he hasn’t had a decent quarterback, sources said he was the one who pushed the Nick Foles trade to completion back in the spring. When he got back from a competition-committee meeting and learned the trade has stalled, he leaned on his staff to get it done.

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Fisher has one year left on his contract. The future of the Rams’ franchise is obviously uncertain — as his tenure with the team should be.

–This excerpt originally appeared in Mike Garafolo’s "Six Points" column.