Schefter Reports Jim Schwartz’s Job Is Safe for 2013, but It Shouldn’t Be

December 23, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Adam Schefter reported on Twitter prior to their game against the Atlanta Falcons that Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz will have job security going into 2013:
Jim Schwartz’s contract with Lions still has three years remaining on it after this season and runs through 2015. Schwartz is safe for 2013.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 23, 2012  
The interesting postscript to this tweet was one of the replies that stated:
@adamschefter thnx for passing along depressing holiday news
— BOB LICHT (@hortonhomers) December 23, 2012  
The news should be depressing to Lions fans after an already depressing season. Going into their game against Atlanta, the Lions were 4-10, losers of their last six games and saddled with a minus-50 point differential. The only bright spot in an otherwise horrible season has been Calvin Johnson's pursuit of Jerry Rice in the record books.
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