Originally written on Fox Sports Detroit  |  Last updated 11/8/14

DETROIT, MI - AUGUST 28: Head coach Jim Schwartz of the Detroit Lions watches the action on the field against the Indianapolis Colts at Ford Field on August 28, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan. The Lions defeated the Colts 18-17. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
ALLEN PARK, Mich. Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford took the blame on Sunday. His coach, Jim Schwartz, did the same on Monday. Schwartz said the onus is on him for the teams disappointing 4-10 record, its frustrating six-game losing streak and the latest defeat, a 38-10 embarrassment to the Arizona Cardinals. One-hundred percent, Schwartz said during his weekly news conference. I appreciate it when our quarterback wants to take blame for it, but ultimately its the head coachs responsibility. Head coaches always have a record. Other than playoffs, I dont know if Ive ever seen quarterbacks have records. The ultimate responsibility of a team is the head coach. I need to do a better job; 4-10 isnt good enough. Sundays brutal performance has put Schwartz on the hot seat when it comes to public opinion. The question is whether Lions ownership feels the same way. Schwartz, in his fourth season as the Lions coach, signed a contract extension before the season. The length of t...
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