• Schwartz steps into firing line

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Dec 23, 2013
    They pay their money and they want to see football, Schwartz said. And Detroit coach Jim Schwartz was not too happy about it. Asked at his press conference today about whether the Lions’ season is a failure, Schwartz said it is not. “I wasn’t addressing the crowd, I was just trying to get our team fired up,” Schwartz said, via Justin Rogers of MLive.com. Given that running back Reggie Bush has called the team undisciplined and linebacker DeAndre Levy has said veteran leaders are partially to blame for a lack of focus on Sunday, the fans may have been right.
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