Given a couple days to cool down after Detroit's lackluster performance in Cleveland, Lions coach Jim Schwartz was ready to move on and focus on the few bright spots.
Getting All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson back on the practice field and adding three veteran defensive players to the roster helped further brighten the mood on a sunny afternoon at the team's training facility.
Schwartz didn't back off his postgame comments that the Lions played ''poorly in all three phases'' during a 24-6 loss Thursday night in their second exhibition game, but did find good things to say about the team's pass rush and the play of running back Reggie Bush (five receptions, 44 yards) against the Browns.
''It's been said a lot of times that preseason games don't count and don't matter. It matters how you play,'' Schwartz said. ''There were a bunch of situations where we didn't play well enough. ... I don't want to take away from a lot of the good things that happened because I think there were some v...