The former Rams great hasn't been shy in his fire Fisher advocacy this season, and the always-opinionated Hall of Famer had plenty to say about Fisher's exit Monday while on NFL Total Access.
"Well, was I shocked after the performance yesterday? No, I was not shocked because they played so poorly," said Dickerson, referring to the Rams' 42-14 loss to the Falcons at home. "I think some of the players gave up all day yesterday and you can't have that. I've been in those situations. I was on a 1-15 team. I've seen it first hand and these things aren't pretty."
"People ask me (and) I think Jim Harbaugh is a guy that can really turn the program around," Dickerson said. "I've seen what he's done. Stanford, he turned that football program around. He turned Andrew Luck into a No. 1 draft pick ... he turned Alex Smith's career around when most people thought he was done. He helped (Colin) Kaepernick, helped turned him into a top quarterback. He turned Michigan around. So, what's your body of work? And he has a lot of body of work."
As for his support of the Rams, it appears Fisher's firing has renewed Dickerson's dedication to the team. He doesn't think he'll make it to a game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this year, but he's planning to make it there next season.