DETROIT -

A lot of speculation and rumors are swirling about a change in coaching for the Detroit Lions.

Monday an answer is expected, as Schwartz is posed to meet with team officials about his future with the team.

Schwartz's approval rating has plummeted to all time lows among fans after a disappointing season for the Honolulu Blue.

The Lions had yet anther tough loss on Sunday to the Minnesota Vikings.

Schwartz told the media, post game, he'd like to come back to coach a 6th season here.

He also added there is "unfinished business" left to take care of.

Schwartz has been in Detroit for 5 seasons, leading the Lions to an 2-14 season in 2009 after the team went win-less in 2008. He also took the team to it's first playoff appearance since 1999 in 2011.

Schwartz is 29-52 in 5 season years with Detroit.

If he is let go, the Lions will owe him $12 million dollars.