Jim Caldwell On Whether He’ll Keep His Job Through Bye-Week

Jim Caldwell went from an embattled coach who fired his offensive coordinator hoping to provide a spark — to a head coach who may not survive through Monday, let alone next week. The Lions sit at 1-7, after getting bombed 45-10 by the Chiefs. Caldwell believes he’ll remain the coach at least through this week.

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Lions Fire OC Joe Lombardi & OL Coaches

You really thought Jim Caldwell was going to sacrifice himself? After a 1-6 start and the worst record in the NFL, the struggling Detroit Lions have fired offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi, offensive line coach Jeremiah Washburn and assistant offensive line coach Terry Heffernan. The #Lions are firing OC Joe Lombardi, source says. They are also

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Lions Coach On if Calvin Johnson Is Still Megatron?

It’s a question that’s been asked a lot this season, and will likely continue for the rest of his career. Is Calvin Johnson still the best wide receiver in the game? Can he still turn into “Megatron” and save the Lions at a moments notice? Detroit head coach Jim Caldwell says yes, telling reporters that

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Should Matthew Stafford Remain Lions Starting QB?

Has Matthew Stafford really hit his ceiling? Maybe the former high school legend, Georgia Bulldogs star and former No. 1 overall pick of the Lions in 2009, is simply a middle of the pack quarterback — with a penchant for the occasional spectacular performance. After benching Stafford midway through the third quarter of a 42-17

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Jim Caldwell: People Don’t Appreciate Matthew Stafford

Sorry Jim, but people don’t appreciate Stafford throwing awful interceptions. The Lions quarterback has curbed his enthusiasm for costly turnovers amid an up and down season, but Jim Caldwell still believes “Stafford is underappreciated.” “I think there’s a lack of appreciation for him around here, I think, at times,” Caldwell said at his weekly news

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Report: Lions May Sit Calvin Johnson Until Week 10

The Detroit Lions are naturally more focused on the playoffs than fantasy football.  According to ESPN.com, the Lions and head coach Jim Caldwell are seriously considering sitting Calvin Johnson out the next few weeks.  “I do not hold a medical degree. It may appear I do from time to time to you maybe, but I

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Lions Hire Jim Caldwell As Head Coach

Matthew Stafford can finally get his mechanics fixed. Adam Schefter is reporting that the Detroit Lions have hired Jim Caldwell as the teams next head coach. Lions-Jim Caldwell official. Hired. Browns last team with an HC opening. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 14, 2014 An endorsement from @TonyDungy is always a great thing. Helped Jim

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Report: Jim Caldwell Now Lions Top Candidate

Now that Ken Whisenhunt has surprised everyone and accepted the Titans, many are wondering where the Detroit Lions will turn to next. According to the Detroit Free Press’ Dave Birkett, the Lions immediately targeted a pair of candidates. “Now, the Lions are turning their focus to two candidates who emerged as strong backup plans during

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Jim Caldwell Says Lions Have Unusually Good Coaching Vacancy

Jim Caldwell like several others in his position, is in love with the Detroit Lions job. Caldwell, who interviewed in Detroit on Friday, told the Lions official team site that he thinks the Lions’ vacancy is better than the typical coaching vacancy because there’s a strong nucleus of talented players who can build a good

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