Jim Schwartz

First and foremost, I love this man’s fire and intensity. He is most known for the infamous after game handshake with Jim Harbaugh. He took exception to Harbaugh’s brief yet aggressive handshake and wasn’t afraid to let it be known how he felt. Another good quality is that he owns up to his mistakes. The Eagles defense speaks highly of Schwartz and he has them playing at a high level right now. Philadelphia is sitting at 11-2 and already locked up their division. He isn’t in danger of losing his job, but he might want to join the head coaching ranks again. He may not be favored by fans as he went 29-51 with the Detroit Lions, but he took over a winless team and got them to the playoffs in just three years. He couldn’t repeat that performance and was fired two years later. It’s been four years since he has been a head coach, but this might be the opportunity to redeem himself.

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