In one of many topics to debate regarding the ugly Chicago Bears loss to Buffalo, was head coach Marc Trestman directly to blame? In order to get to the bottom of this, two Sports Mockery regulars in Danny Cheskis and Erik Lambert will assume both sides of the debate. Each will present their argument either for or against placing blame on the Bears head coach.
The Chicago Bears are set to face a familiar defense Week 1 against Buffalo. The Bills have a new defensive coordinator who the Bears know all to well. Will it help them?
Jim Schwartz is bringing his piss-poor attitude from the NFC North to the AFC East. He doesn’t get to bring Suh, luckily for Chicago, but he will still bring his 4-3 base defensive scheme to Buffalo.
Now that the Detroit Lions have fired Jim Schwartz, the search is on for the next head coach. Since the final games of the NFL regular season have been played, there have been a number of firings across the league, so that opens up some potential candidates for the Lions job.
In addition to Schwartz, Greg Schiano from Tampa Bay, Mike Shanahan from Washington, Wade Phillips of Houston...
The Detroit Lions have fired head coach Jim Schwartz after a tumultuous five seasons.
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As the NFL regular season came to a conclusion on Sunday, there are now only 12 teams that still have an opportunity to reach Super Bowl XLVIII. To no surprise, the Detroit Lions are not included as one of these teams and will now begin their preparation for the 2014 season.
Despite a 6-3 start to the season the Lions failed to win the NFC North; a...
An important lesson anyone in sports public relations needs to learn is that trying to avoid problematic questions or hide negative storylines often only makes things worse. That would seem to be the case with the Detroit Lions, who have drawn much more negative attention by apparently excising some press conference questions and responses from a transcript provided to media. MLive...
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz was widely believed to be on the hot seat entering Week 16. After Sunday’s 23-20 overtime loss to the New York Giants—which eliminated the Lions’ playoff hopes—David Birkett of the Detroit Free Press says he “can’t see any way” that Schwartz keeps his job in the Motor City. I can’t see any way he survives. RT @MattSheehan333...
So Jim Schwartz is pretty much done as head coach of the Detroit Lions now that his team has been eliminated from the playoffs, and you can tell he’s getting ornery with fans. The Lions blew their second straight game and are now 7-8 after losing to the New York Giants 23-20 in overtime Sunday. […]
According to Shawn Ley, head coach Jim Schwartz was cussing out Lions fans after today’s loss to the Giants.
#Detroit: It's gotten ugly at Ford Field. Looked like @DetroitLionsNFL coach Jim Schwartz was yelling at fans. WOW.
— Shawn Ley (@ShawnLeyLive) December 23, 2013
@DetroitLionsNFL lose, Schwartz cusses at loyal...
The Detroit Lions have had several chances to take control of what has been a mediocre NFC North division this season, and they have not been able to capitalize. A win at home over the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night would have moved Detroit into a first-place tie with the Chicago Bears. The loss dropped […]