Jim Schwartz denies insulting Detroit fans

Written by SLAdmin on December 27th, 2013

As overtime approached in Sunday’s matchup against the Giants, the fans in Detroit became vocal. After the Giants won in overtime, head coach Jim Schwartz denied exchanging words with the crowd.

“I wasn’t addressing the crowd,” Schwartz said, “I was just trying to get our team fired up. I mean, I did tell the guy in B202 that I slept with his wife the evening prior, but that didn’t affect the outcome of the game.”

Schwartz admitted he was aware of all the booing.

“I mean I was disappointed to hear boos. We were getting ready to go to overtime right there. Is that the reason I related to the gentleman in A141 that his level of intelligence was comparable to that of a small monkey with a venereal disease? No, I don’t think so.”

When pressed about his reaction to the Detroit fans, Schwartz replied, “Our crowd is great for us, and they support us. I thought our team needed a lift right there. We didn’t need to feel bad at that point. As to the young lady in C106, look I strongly believe her mother should have had an abortion. At the very least, let’s get an apology from the condom factory.”

– J

 

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