ANIMATED: Breaking Down A Jim Schwartz Sideline Tantrum

Jim Schwartz is mad. He certainly has a right to be. Titus Young caught what looked like a touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford on second down with about six minutes left in the second quarter. It was ruled an incomplete pass on the field, sending Schwartz into a rage.

A replay of the controversial play? Why bother. Let's review a couple looks at Schwartz in meltdown mode.

Note, don't read lips.

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Note the throwing motion, classic temper tantrum move.

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He points. He says bad words. He gets in the ref's face.

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Bobbling the headphones, classic.

The Lions have already nailed down a playoff spot, so football fans and lip readers alike will get to see more from Schwartz in the postseason.

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