Schwartz was asked in his weekly radio appearance today on WXYT-FM (97.1) if he’s more worried about the Jets’ defense and a guy like shutdown cornerback Darrelle Revis than their offense.
He said he was “concerned about all phases,” but that the Jets are like any team with strengths and weaknesses that are his job to exploit.
I’m ready for these Lions to announce their arrival on the NFL scene with a roar. We want to roar with them—and we want you to join us.
The Lions’ defense is better in 2010, and that’s allowing coach Jim Schwartz and defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham to make the kind of calls on defense they envisioned when they took over in 2009.
But it was this week against the Washington Redskins that really felt like a turning point. It was the game they had every opportunity to let slip away, and they still pulled it out, laughing in the face of adversity.
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