“We didn’t play well enough to win this game, but it’s not because we’re passive or anything,” Schwartz said.
When a team loses, it blocks out all the negative chatter. This week the Detroit Lions are putting on the earmuffs to tune out the positive chatter.
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz does not take away too much from the team’s 40-32 win over the Chicago Bears in Week 4.
Football obviously takes a toll on its participants, and this weekend reminded everyone that it can be just as rough on coaches as players.
Schwartz made it clear with Karsch and Anderson of 97.1 The Ticket that he will be staying focused on the job even though the Lions have the week off.
No stranger to comebacks, Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles has already blown out both ACLs and rehabbed successfully from those injuries. Now Broyles faces another long-term injury.
He stands by his refusal to compare, but he also continues to dance around conceding that Johnson is the best.
Chris Houston did not start the second half, and he said he agreed with the decision after struggling in coverage against the Bengals receivers.
The Detroit Lions have 13 takeaways this season — three less than all of last season — and the defense isn’t the only unit pleased with the performance.
Being a workaholic is part of the job description for an NFL coach, so it speaks volumes about Detroit Tigers season that even Lions coach Jim Schwartz took a little time to watch the Tigers win Game 5 of the American League Division Series.