What’s the new battle-cry for the 2013 team? “The Lions: they got around to it eventually!” or “The Lions: a team of destiny so much they didn’t even try!” or “The Lions: we saved it for the playoffs, and there’s a lot left!”
Not surprisingly, many believe Schwartz’s job is in jeopardy. The players on his team, at least publicly, seem to be the exceptions.
Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz isn’t interested in talking about his job security.
Talking with Karsch and Anderson of 97.1 The Ticket, Schwartz did not concur or disagree with that idea that his job is on the line.
It’s the go-to phrase since Tony Dungy said it in the beginning of the season.
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“Still being evaluated,” head coach Jim Schwartz said. “We’ll just see where that takes us. It was sort of a freak thing.”
Jim Schwartz said he feels the reputation of Suh and the Lions is in large part a construction of the media.
Erin Andrew reported Thursday that Lions GM Martin Mayhew told her Calvin Johnson has been getting his knee drained throughout the season.