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Coach Jim Schwartz isn’t minimizing the success the Lions had in 2011, but he sees it as a step in the right direction and not a landing spot.
The Detroit Lions have problems. For a change, they’re good ones.
“There are tougher decisions when you’re trying to figure out how you’re going to keep all your good players than how you’re going to get rid of all your bad players,” Detroit coach Jim Schwartz said Monday. “Honestly, that’s the difference between a couple years ago and now.”
If the Lions had a do-over in the 2009 draft, they would still select Matt as their No. 1 pick.
Today, we say goodbye to the 2011/2012 Detroit Lions, a team that inspired, enraged, and thrilled us.
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Topics: 2011 Season, Detroit Lions, Jim Schwartz, Matthew Stafford