Originally written December 03, 2012 on Bloguin Best:
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The Lions entered 2012 with some quiet talk of a deep playoff run, and dare we say a Super Bowl appearance? After their nail-biting win over the Rams in week 1, things quickly headed south, and suddenly, Jim Schwartz's job seems anything but safe. The Lions sit at a miserable 4-8 following this weekend's collapse to the Colts. The Lions round out their season by playing the Packers, Cardinals, Falcons and Bears. Of those final four games, it seems likely the Lions will find ways to lose at least three of them, although one would think even they can handle the Cardinals. Early in his tenure as the Lions head coach, poor play was simply attributed to a terrible roster that was the cumulative result of the Matt Millen era, but following last year's trip to the playoffs, Schwartz can no longer dismiss poor and undisciplined play as a result of fielding bad players. Now it's bad coaching. Many issues continue to be a problem for the Lions under Schwartz. His team se...
2 Comments:
  • Jim not going anywhere he turn a losing franchise around remember the Lions were 0-16 just a few years ago but the media job is to create a buzz so be it he's here for as long as he wants the job im not buying it!!
  • Fords dont act that way. Im a detroit lifer. believe me , you really ,really,really got to be bad(matt m) and it still takes awhile.if they could just get it right , one time,a good coach would stay forever.unbelieveable loyal owner,not smartest owner
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