• Schwartz steps into firing line

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Dec 23, 2013
    • Lions' Schwartz won't call season 'a failure'

      Coach Jim Schwartz wouldn't deem the Lions' season, now at 7-8 with one game remaining, a failure.
    • Lions coach Jim Schwartz: Comments to fans should have been kept 'in my mind'

      It took a while, but Lions coach Jim Schwartz finally admitted he should have kept his thoughts to himself at the end of regulation Sunday against the Giants.
      Source: detnews.com
    • Lions’ head coach Jim Schwartz finally owns up to yelling at fans before overtime

      Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz didn't own up to it immediately during his Monday press conference, but he eventually apologized for yelling what appeared to be an obscenity at the fans who booed at the team for not trying to score before overtime…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Schwartz hears boos, denies yelling at crowd

      As the slumping Lions sunk toward overtime on Sunday against the Giants, Ford Field fans let their displeasure with the performance be known. Coach Jim Schwartz heard the boos. And he reacted to them. After the game, Schwartz denied that he was communic…

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