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    James J. Schwartz (born June 2, 1966) is an American football coach who is the defensive coordinator of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL). Schwartz was also formerly the head coach of the NFL's Detroit Lions.

    Early life

    Schwartz was born just outside Baltimore, Maryland, and attended Mount Saint Joseph High School, an all-male Catholic school, where he played football. [1] Schwartz was a four-year letterman at linebacker for the Hoyas of Georgetown University, where he earned his degree in economics. He received Distinguished Economics Graduate honors at Georgetown and earned numerous honors in 1988, including Division III CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America, All-America, and team captain.

    Coaching career Early coaching career

    Schwartz got his start in the NFL doing research for Bill Belichick on the Cleveland Browns staff in the mid-1990s. Schwartz served as the Tennessee Titans' defensive coordinator from 2001-2008. [2] During his time with Tennessee, Schwartz was considered for several different NFL head coaching openings. He was a candidate for the San Francisco 49ers' head coaching position in 2005, but the job went to Mike Nolan. [3] In January 2008, he interviewed for head coaching positions with the Washington Redskins, [4] Miami Dolphins [5] and Atlanta Falcons. [6] Adam Schefter reported on January 15, 2009 that the Detroit Lions had decided to hire Schwartz as head coach. [7]

    Detroit Lions 2009 season

    The 2009 season was Schwartz's first as Detroit's head coach and he posted a 2–14 record, with victories coming against the Washington Redskins and the Cleveland Browns. [8]

    2010 season

    In 2010, Schwartz saw his Lions begin the season with a 2–10 record, but they finished with four consecutive wins against the Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings. [9]

    2011 season

    In 2011, the Lions returned to the postseason for the first time since 1999, clinching a playoff berth following a 38–10 victory over the San Diego Chargers. [10] Detroit would go on to be eliminated in the first round by the New Orleans Saints. [11]

    2012 season

    The Lions started the 2012 season with a 4–4 record, but they then dropped their final eight games to end the year at 4–12. [12] They finished in last place in the NFC North, as every other division member won at least ten games. [13] Following the season, Schwartz and his staff led the South Team to a 21–16 triumph in the 2013 Senior Bowl. [14]

    2013 season

    The Lions started the 2013 season with a 6–3 record and gained control of the NFC North, the Lions proceeded to drop six of their next seven games to end the year at 7–9. Schwartz was fired on December 30, 2013, following five seasons as head coach. [15]

    Buffalo Bills 2014 season

    On January 24, Schwartz was hired by the Buffalo Bills as the defensive coordinator. In 2014 Schwartz's defense was one of the top defenses statistically in the NFL, and led the league in sacks. [16] During the 2014 season, the Bills went 4–0 against NFC North opponents, which Schwartz had coached against for the previous five seasons. On October 5, 2014, the Bills defeated Schwartz's former team, the Detroit Lions, by a final score of 17–14, in Detroit. [17] Schwartz was carried off the field by his players after the game. Some Lions players, especially Golden Tate, [18] were upset by Schwartz's decision to be carried off the field against his former team. The Bills ended the season fourth in the NFL in points and yards allowed per game with 18.1 and 312.2, respectively, while ranking third in takeaways with 30. [19] The Bills also finished with their first winning record in ten years at 9–7. Despite the success, head coach Doug Marrone resigned at the end of the season and new Bills coach Rex Ryan decided to bring in his own personnel, rather than retaining Schwartz. [20]

    2015 season

    For the 2015 season, Schwartz took a consulting position with the NFL's officiating department to provide a coach's perspective on officiating decisions. [21] On October 6, Schwartz declined the opportunity to replace Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle. [22]

    Philadelphia Eagles 2016 season

    On January 19, 2016, Schwartz was hired by the Philadelphia Eagles to be their defensive coordinator. [23]

    NFL head coaching record Personal life

    Schwartz and his wife, Kathy, have twins Christian and Alison, along with a younger daughter, Maria.

    Coaching tree

    NFL head coaches under whom Jim Schwartz has served:

    External links Notes and References
    1. http://google.com/search?q=cache:r4rW_F6kMcIJ:www.msjnet.edu/uploaded/Alumni_Assoc_Events/the_mount,_FINAL_draft.pdf+jim+schwartz+mount+saint+joseph&cd=7&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&client=firefox-a The Mount Winter 09
    2. Web site: Detroit Lions: Jim Schwartz. detroitlions.com. January 4, 2013.
    3. News: Maske. Mark. [https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A16529-2005Jan17.html 49ers Select Ravens' Nolan as Head Coach]. Washington Post. January 4, 2013. January 18, 2005.
    4. Web site: Redskins begin interviews with Titans' Schwartz. ESPN.com. January 4, 2013.
    5. Web site: Of four candidates, Cowboys' Sparano out front for Dolphins job. ESPN.com. January 4, 2013.
    6. Web site: Schwartz meets with Falcons, prepares to meet with Fins. ESPN.com. January 4, 2013.
    7. http://detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090116/OPINION03/901160357/1004/SPORTS The Detroit News January 16, 2009 Lions Pick Schwartz
    8. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/det/2009.htm 2009 Detroit Lions
    9. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/det/2010.htm 2010 Detroit Lions
    10. Web site: Mordowanec. Nick. [https://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ycn-10753817 Fan Take: Detroit Lions Make Playoffs for First Time Since 1999]. Yahoo! Sports.com.. October 25, 2012.
    11. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/det/2011.htm 2011 Detroit Lions
    12. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/det/2012.htm 2012 Detroit Lions
    13. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2012/ 2012 NFL Standings, Team & Offensive Statistics
    14. Web site: Twentyman. Tim. Jim Schwartz's South Team squad wins Senior Bowl 21-16. detroitlions.com. March 11, 2013. January 26, 2013.
    15. Web site: Patra. Kevin. Jim Schwartz fired by Detroit Lions after five seasons. National Football League. December 30, 2013. December 30, 2013.
    16. http://www.nfl.com/stats/categorystats?tabSeq=2&statisticCategory=SACKS&conference=ALL&role=OPP&season=2014&seasonType=REG
    17. http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=400554236
    18. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/24742900/golden-tate-jim-schwartz-asking-to-get-carried-off-disrespectful
    19. Web site: Krinch. Scott. 11 candidates to replace Marc Trestman as new Bears head coach. Comcast SportsNet Chicago. December 29, 2014. December 29, 2014. yes. https://web.archive.org/web/20141231181333/http://www.csnchicago.com/bears/11-candidates-replace-marc-trestman-new-bears-head-coach. December 31, 2014.
    20. http://www.syracuse.com/buffalo-bills/index.ssf/2015/01/bills_officially_fire_jim_schwartz_hire_greg_roman_as_offensive_coordinator.html
    21. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000494040/article/jim-schwartz-takes-job-working-with-nfl-officials
    22. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/25329448/report-dolphins-reached-out-to-jim-schwartz-about-defensive-coordinator
    23. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000625351/article/eagles-hire-jim-schwartz-as-defensive-coordinator

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    Jim Schwartz is the current defensive coordinator for the NFL's Tennessee Titans. A defensive coordinator typically refers to a coach on a football team in the National Football League (or at other levels of American football) who is in charge of the defense. . NFL logo For other uses of the abbreviation NFL, see NFL (disambiguation). . City Nashville, Tennessee Team colors Navy, Titans Blue, White, and Red Head Coach Jeff Fisher Owner Bud Adams General manager Floyd Reese Mascot T-Rac League/Conference affiliations American Football League (1960-1969) Eastern Division (1960-1969) National Football League (1970–present) American Football Conference (1970-present) AFC Central (1970.

    Born on June 2nd, 1966, Schwartz is well-known among the NFL's statistical analysis fanbase for his work with Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders on a number of research studies. He has served as the Titans DC for the past eight seasons, and was runner-up to Mike Nolan for the San Francisco 49ers head coaching position in 2005. June 2 is the 153rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (154th in leap years), with 212 days remaining. . 1966 (MCMLXVI) was a common year starting on Saturday (the link is to a full 1966 calendar). . Aaron Schatz is the creator of Football Outsiders and one of the main contributors to Pro Football Prospectus 2005 and 2006. . Football Outsiders is a website started in 2003 that analyzes football teams and players using a statistical analysis formula called defense-adjusted value over average, or DVOA. Aaron Schatz, who created the DVOA formula, is the sites founder and editor. . Mike Nolan (born March 7, 1959 in San Francisco, California) is the son of former San Francisco 49ers head coach, Dick Nolan. . City San Francisco, California Other nicknames Niners Team colors Cardinal red, metallic gold and black Head Coach Mike Nolan Owner Denise DeBartolo York and John York General manager none Mascot Sourdough Sam League/Conference affiliations All-America Football Conference (1946-1949) Western Division (1946-1948) National Football League (1950–present. 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. .

    Category: American football coach stubs Gregg Williams is the current assistant head coach for defense of the Washington Redskins and the former head coach of the Buffalo Bills from 2001-2003. . City Nashville, Tennessee Team colors Navy, Titans Blue, White, and Red Head Coach Jeff Fisher Owner Bud Adams General manager Floyd Reese Mascot T-Rac League/Conference affiliations American Football League (1960-1969) Eastern Division (1960-1969) National Football League (1970–present) American Football Conference (1970-present) AFC Central (1970.

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    Smart Football: The Lions new coach Jim Schwartz: football pragmatist?

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    Smart Football has moved! Tuesday, January 27, 2009 The Lions' new coach Jim Schwartz: football pragmatist?

    9 comments:

    Nice article as always. So, you're using this as precursor into a very awesome, detailed post on scripting. right? :D

    Wow. Absolutely blown away. In the world of sporting cliches and recycled not-exactly-knowledge writing of your caliber enforces my feeling that sport can be a worthwhile intellectual pursuit. The time between posts is most definitely worth the wait. Intelligent, innovative and insightful.

    Very nice article.

    The football world needs more Bill Walshes and fewer Marinelli/Singletary blowhard types. Here's wishing Jim Schwartz, Martin Mayhew et al all the best in Detroit.

    Chris great job as always. I know Walsh was big on scripting, but I would like to hear your thoughts on how it could apply to defense. My (very rudimentary) understanding is offensively you want to show certain looks or plays to see how a defense will react.

    this blog repeatedly shows why it is the best. well done.

    Counterpoint: The hiring of Gunther Cunningham.

    The item you overlook entirely, that in my opinion drives the results you proclaim, is one overlooked fact.

    Steve Young, his great left handed quarterback, would agree.

    Chris: "Practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves of some defunct economist. " - John Maynard Keynes

    NFL passes Jim Schwartz rule - ProFootballTalk

    NFL passes Jim Schwartz rule

    NFL coaches who wrongly throw a challenge flag for a replay review that was going to be conducted automatically will no longer cost their team the opportunity to have the play reviewed.

    The NFL’s owners today voted to change the instant replay rules so that if a play is going to be reviewed automatically (such as a scoring play, a turnover or a play in the last two minutes of a half or in overtime), the referee will proceed in reviewing the play regardless of whether or not a coach throws a red flag.

    The rule has commonly been referred to as the “Jim Schwartz rule” after the Lions coach who found out the hard way on Thanksgiving that throwing the challenge flag negated the referee’s automatic review. The rule cost the Lions dearly in their loss to the Texans, as Houston was awarded an 81-yard touchdown run even though running back Justin Forsett was clearly down after seven yards.

    Schwartz said after the game that he knew the rule but was caught up in the emotions of seeing an obviously wrong call go against his team, in the future, those obviously wrong calls will be reviewed, even if a coach throws his flag.

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    Good, that Thanksgiving non review was a joke. Glad to see that even though they are turning the game into two hand touch, at least there will be reviews if they weren’t sure the second hand made it on a scoring play that’s challenged.

    To celebrate, Jim Schwartz punched out a chiuaua.

    What are the chances Schwartz will do something stupid enough to create another rule again?

    But, the coaches are still penalized 15 yards right?

    Wow, a common sense change to the rules…. excellent.

    Now, lets pass the Jim Harbaugh rule: Get flagged for whining and crying. If that was the case, the refs would throw their arms out flagging so much.

    Yes! I always thought there should be a rule where Jim Schwartz wasn’t allowed to speak or be seen!

    Oh darn it that’s not it.

    Never underestimate the power of the Schwartz.

    When are they going to outlaw overhand throws of the challenge flag?

    Someone is going to get hurt.

    They should mandate all flags are tossed, or better yet dropped softly with an underhand motion.

    Next up, the Hand Shake Rule

    Stupid. They should also make it a rule to not review a play if its not a score or turnover and the coach doesn’t throw the flag.

    Sad it took this long for this to happen.

    Now lets give Schwartz a hearty hand shake while walking off the field. He likes those!

    Well that game had playoff implications (somewhat) so I wonder…

    Referees cause coaches unnecessary stress and appear in their nightmares…has anyone conducted research on bad refereeing and how taxing it is psychologically?

    I’d rather have Rex Ryan tell me we’ll win the Super Bowl every year than get penalized for my emotions…

    Thankfully they eliminated that stupid rule

    Hopefully coaches get flagged 15 for Challenge Flag temper-tantrums

    At least the NFL got something right today.

    Too bad we won’t get to see guys like Jordy Nelson pick up the flag for their coaches while Aaron Rodgers berates him because they know the rule better than their coaches. High comedy.

    How did these guys not have the foresight to see this would be a problem in the first place?

    Duh-h-h……. You know you have a stupid coach when the NFL names a rule after you.

    I agree that it was a dumb rule and should have been rescinded. I also find it funny that the coaches had one rule to remember and still break it.

    This one is about the challenge flag.

    They must be voting on the post game handshake rule, and every time you show a HC on the sideline he shouldn’t be whining into a refs’ ear next off year, or maybe they can push that into May.

    I want to be Jim Schwartz when I grow up

    May the schwartz be with you…

    There are way too many rules.

    But do they still get the 15 yard penalty? How can you not include that information in this article?

    Mike McCarthy was guilty of this far too many times as well.

    It doesn’t sound like they fixed this rule entirely.

    Previously, if the booth referee decides a turnover/scoring play does not need to be reviewed, the coach still can NOT challenge the play.

    This bothers me, because the Ref is supposed to have final say on booth reviews, and under this system they don’t. Neither do the coaches.

    What’s the harm? The coach throws the challenge flag, ref reviews. If the challenge is lost, the team loses a challenge. Just like any other challenge.

    This rule is going to be abused, badly, to buy extra time or a breather for their team.

    As for last year, at the end of the day, it helped make the Texans-Lions contest the most entertaining of the Thanksgiving games AND the Lions draft 5th instead of, likely, 8th. So, not a total loss for Detroit fans.

    It’s time for the jim hairbow rule. The coach gets flagged for every time he whines to a referee. I can see the 49ers rolling up 300+ yards in penalties per game.

    Mike McCarthy was guilty of this far too many times as well.

    Except Mike McCarthy never got penalized for it. The Refs just looked the other way.

    If I’m not mistaken Atl had it happen to the the week prior just didn’t cost them the game as it did the Lions

    Bruce Arians had one this past season where he said he knew the rule, but wanted to show the refs how bad of a call it was. You show em Bruce!!

    I think the rule goes like this. If you challenge a play that will already be reviewed you are charged a time out. If you don’t have one you take a 15 yd penalty.

    Before, as Jimbo found out, throwing the flag stopped the ref from doing a automatic review and the play stands. Frankly that I don’t get. Someone had to see this coming and that was someones best idea to avoid a conflict?

    Now they can call it the Mike McCarthy rule since there won’t be a penalty when it’s thrown on a reviewable play. Being that he did the same thing Schwartz did when the Packers played the Vikings, but no penalty and he got the review anyway.

    Love how everyone keeps giving Schwartz crap about the handshake, yet Jim Harbaugh is probably THE most disliked coach in the game. Hes the most unclassy, dirty, arrogant, and sore losing coach ive ever seen.

    lionsdraftguy says: Mar 20, 2013 3:47 PM

    Love how everyone keeps giving Schwartz crap about the handshake, yet Jim Harbaugh is probably THE most disliked coach in the game. Hes the most unclassy, dirty, arrogant, and sore losing coach ive ever seen.

    I disagree, I can’t stand Schwartz is worse, ALWAYS see him nagging on a referee.

    I remember this one game on Thanksgiving he’s was trying to defend Suh (he’s your guy and I understand) after trying to stomp someone’s face in.

    If he would have used that chance to real in Suh, I would have more respect for him. I also thing you prevent some future instances like Titus Young fiasco.

    Sometimes you need to let players know when they are in the wrong.

    Look at how much Vernon Davis matured.

    cincybert says: Mar 20, 2013 1:23 PM

    Never underestimate the power of the Schwartz.

    rgledz says: Mar 20, 2013 3:34 PM

    Now they can call it the Mike McCarthy rule since there won’t be a penalty when it’s thrown on a reviewable play. Being that he did the same thing Schwartz did when the Packers played the Vikings, but no penalty and he got the review anyway.

    Did you mean “on a non-reviewable play”?

    Just checking…I don’t speak Vikingese. That wasn’t the same scenario, BTW.

    Can we lockout the booth reviewers this year for all of the horrible calls they make?

    I shat my Jim Schwartz when my Lions lost to that overrated team on such an obviously bad call.

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    Jim Schwartz

    Postseason 0–1 (.000)

    Education Georgetown University

    Spouse Kathy Schwartz

    Role American Football coach

    High school Mount Saint Joseph College

    Past teams coached Detroit Lions (Head coach, 2009–2013)

    Similar People Jim Caldwell, Matthew Stafford, Ndamukong Suh, Calvin Johnson, Jim Harbaugh

    Place of birth Halethorpe, Maryland

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    James J. Schwartz (born June 2, 1966) is an American football coach who is the defensive coordinator of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL). Schwartz was also formerly the head coach of the NFL's Detroit Lions.

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    Early life

    Schwartz was born just outside Baltimore, Maryland, and attended Mount Saint Joseph High School, an all-male Catholic school, where he played football. Schwartz was a four-year letterman at linebacker for the Hoyas of Georgetown University, where he earned his degree in economics. He received Distinguished Economics Graduate honors at Georgetown and earned numerous honors in 1988, including Division III CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America, All-America, and team captain.

    Early coaching career

    Schwartz got his start in the NFL doing research for Bill Belichick on the Cleveland Browns staff in the mid-1990s. Schwartz served as the Tennessee Titans' defensive coordinator from 2001-2008. During his time with Tennessee, Schwartz was considered for several different NFL head coaching openings. He was a candidate for the San Francisco 49ers' head coaching position in 2005, but the job went to Mike Nolan. In January 2008, he interviewed for head coaching positions with the Washington Redskins, Miami Dolphins and Atlanta Falcons. Adam Schefter reported on January 15, 2009 that the Detroit Lions had decided to hire Schwartz as head coach.

    2009 season

    The 2009 season was Schwartz's first as Detroit's head coach and he posted a 2–14 record, with victories coming against the Washington Redskins and the Cleveland Browns.

    2010 season

    In 2010, Schwartz saw his Lions begin the season with a 2–10 record, but they finished with four consecutive wins against the Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings.

    2011 season

    In 2011, the Lions returned to the postseason for the first time since 1999, clinching a playoff berth following a 38–10 victory over the San Diego Chargers. Detroit would go on to be eliminated in the first round by the New Orleans Saints.

    2012 season

    The Lions started the 2012 season with a 4–4 record, but they then dropped their final eight games to end the year at 4–12. They finished in last place in the NFC North, as every other division member won at least ten games. Following the season, Schwartz and his staff led the South Team to a 21–16 triumph in the 2013 Senior Bowl.

    2013 season

    The Lions started the 2013 season with a 6–3 record and gained control of the NFC North, the Lions proceeded to drop six of their next seven games to end the year at 7–9. Schwartz was fired on December 30, 2013, following five seasons as head coach.

    2014 season

    On January 24, Schwartz was hired by the Buffalo Bills as the defensive coordinator. In 2014 Schwartz's defense was one of the top defenses statistically in the NFL, and led the league in sacks. During the 2014 season, the Bills went 4–0 against NFC North opponents, which Schwartz had coached against for the previous five seasons. On October 5, 2014, the Bills defeated Schwartz's former team, the Detroit Lions, by a final score of 17–14, in Detroit. Schwartz was carried off the field by his players after the game. Some Lions players, especially Golden Tate, were upset by Schwartz's decision to be carried off the field against his former team. The Bills ended the season fourth in the NFL in points and yards allowed per game with 18.1 and 312.2, respectively, while ranking third in takeaways with 30. The Bills also finished with their first winning record in ten years at 9–7. Despite the success, head coach Doug Marrone resigned at the end of the season and new Bills coach Rex Ryan decided to bring in his own personnel, rather than retaining Schwartz.

    2015 season

    For the 2015 season, Schwartz took a consulting position with the NFL's officiating department to provide a coach's perspective on officiating decisions. On October 6, Schwartz declined the opportunity to replace Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle.

    2016 season

    On January 19, 2016, Schwartz was hired by the Philadelphia Eagles to be their defensive coordinator.

    Personal life

    Schwartz and his wife, Kathy, have twins Christian and Alison, along with a younger daughter, Maria.

    Coaching tree

    NFL head coaches under whom Jim Schwartz has served:

  • Bill Belichick, Cleveland Browns (1993–1995)
  • Ted Marchibroda, Baltimore Ravens (1996–1998)
  • Jeff Fisher, Tennessee Titans (1999–2008)
  • Doug Marrone, Buffalo Bills (2014)
  • Doug Pederson, Philadelphia Eagles (2016–Present)

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