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Jim Schwartz out as Lions coach on "Black Monday" in the NFL

DETROIT, MI (WTVB) - The Detroit Lions have relieved head coach Jim Schwartz of his duties following a late-season meltdown. Detroit had a 6-3 record following a win in Chicago on Nov. 10, but lost six of its last seven games to finish a disappointing 7-9.  The Lions appeared to be a team on the rise after reaching the playoffs in 2011  with a  10-6 record behind a  young nucleus. The club, however, won only four games the next season and squandered a prime opportunity to seize control of a weakened NFC North this year.  Detroit's  two main rivals for the division title, Green Bay and Chicago, both played  without their  starting  quarterbacks for  extended  stretches in  the second half.  Schwartz  took over the Lions in 2009 and inherited a team coming off the only 0-16  season  in NFL  history. He  finished his five-year  tenure with a 29-51 record and one winning season.  Finishing 2-14 in the first year under Schwartz, the team improved to 6-10 the following  year before  earning its first trip to the playoffs since 1999. The Lions lost at New Orleans in the wild card round.  The team showed flashes of its vast potential under Schwartz, especially on offense thanks to the quarterback-wide receiver tandem of Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson. However,  the team  was  constantly plagued  by  sloppy play  in  the form  of turnovers and bad penalties, along with numerous second-half collapses. 

(courtesy MetroSource News)