Found October 24, 2011 on
Do the Detroit Lions realize what they have? Sometimes I wonder. I've read a whole lot about the rise of Calvin Johnson this year but see the same uber player I've seen the last few years that is under-used.
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Jim Schwartz joined Doug Karsch and Scott Anderson on 97.1 FM in Detroit. Here are some highlights:- The Lions have played the game that their opponents wanted to play the last two weeks. Need to hit big plays and not allow the 50 yard … [visit site to read more]Highlights from Jim Schwartz’s Weekly Radio Appearance - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site...
Earth to the Entitled Detroit Lions fan: It's not because the Lions aren't trying, they're just not executing. And while you can blame the coaches, receivers and even Matthew Stafford, you do not have the right to boo them.
Even without Jahvid Best, the Lions' run game wasn't the worst. In fact, it was pretty darn good in Sunday's 23-16 loss to Atlanta.
Jim Schwartz used two analogies to describe what's happened to his team the last two weeks. The first one was a basketball analogy. He used a tennis analogy on 97.1 on Tuesday morning, and it worked better.
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After suffering their second loss of the season on Sunday to the Atlanta Falcons, QB Matthew Stafford limping off the field was not an encouraging sight to those hoping for the Lions to snap out of their current losing streak.
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz said that quarterback Matthew Stafford is day-to-day with an ankle injury.
Detroit's All-Pro defensive tackle says he's not concerned about the Atlanta Falcons wide receiver claiming he lost respect for Suh after Sunday's game.