Eric Dickerson Says Now That Fisher is Fired, He Will Attend Rams Games Now (Audio)
It took Jeff Fisher blowing a 3-1 record and upsetting a Rams legend to finally get him fired as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams on Monday.
Last month, former Los Angeles Rams running back and hall of famer Eric Dickerson stated he would not go back to the Coliseum to see the Rams play until Jeff Fisher was fired. This, after he was banned from the sidelines by Fisher because he stated the team was boring.
Now that Fisher’s gone, Dickerson has stated he will now start attending games again. That’s what he told Fox Sports’ Colin Cowherd on Monday.
“Of course I will go to the games now,” Dickerson told Colin Cowherd on “The Herd” radio show moments after Fisher was let go Monday.
“I am not shocked,” Dickerson told “The Herd” regarding the firing. “I think it’s something that had to happen. You have the players giving up on you; you have to make a change.”
“I have said this before, it is all about winning. … The Los Angeles Rams fans deserve more, better than that. I just want us to win.”
“I am not hating on Jeff. I am not mad at him,” Dickerson said. “But I can’t feel sorry for a guy who’s made $35 million coaching. He’ll be OK. It is what it is. When they cut players, they went in another direction; we are just going another direction here also.”