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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Articles tagged: Jim Caldwell

Jim Caldwell says Ameer Abdullah has earned bigger role on offense

After his coming out party of 199 total yards against the Chargers in Week 1, the Ameer Abdullah hype train has largely run of steam. Since then, the former Nebraska standout has found himself largely buried on the depth chart behind Joique Bell and Theo Riddick in the Lions’ backfield for much of the season….Read More

Jim Caldwell rips Detroit media for negativity

The Lions are coming off their worst loss of the season — a 45-10 shellacking in London at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs that dropped Detroit’s record to an NFL-worst 1-7. Yet, for some reason, Jim Caldwell still expects the media to play nice. On Tuesday, Caldwell spent some time complaining to reporters…Read More

Jim Caldwell blames Lions players for offensive problems

The Detroit Lions are the only team in the NFL that hasn’t won a game. It takes a collective lack of effort to start off a season 0-5, but most of the talk around Detroit has been about bad play-calling and a scheme that is too predictable. Head coach Jim Caldwell doesn’t believe the system…Read More

Jim Caldwell warned Matthew Stafford at halftime about benching

The Lions fell to 0-5 on Sunday after a 42-17 defeat to the Cardinals. Among the talking points after the game was the decision by Jim Caldwell to bench Matthew Stafford during the third quarter. Stafford struggled in the first half, throwing an interception on Detroit’s opening drive of the game and another early in…Read More

Jim Caldwell hired by Lions as head coach

Jim Caldwell has been hired by the Detroit Lions to be their next head coach, as first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Caldwell spent the last two seasons as offensive coordinator with the Baltimore Ravens. He took over as head coach in Indianapolis when Tony Dungy stepped down in 2009, leading the Colts to a…Read More

Colts Lost 62-7, but at Least Jim Caldwell says the Effort Was Good

The Indianapolis Colts suffered perhaps their most embarrassing loss in franchise history Sunday, a 62-7 defeat to the Saints. New Orleans scored on nine of their 10 possessions, including seven touchdowns and two field goals. Drew Brees went 31-35 for 325 yards and five touchdowns. He had more touchdowns than incompletions. The Saints gained 557…Read More

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