Montreal Alouettes Offensive Line Decisions

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Alouettes Offensive Line Needs to be Better The Montreal Alouettes were terrible this season. The Alouettes Offensive Line could not protect Montreal’s young quarterbacks. Over the course of the season, the Alouettes gave up an astounding league-worst 66 sacks! To put this into perspective the next worst team, the Ottawa Redblacks, only surrendered 43 sacks. […] READ MORE


Eskimos Must Win Versus Lions

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Eskimos must win in order to save season It’s not often that you see a CFL game with such high stakes. However, that is where we are with the Eskimos-Lions matchup this Friday. The Eskimos must win in order to have a chance to salvage their season and possibly the jobs of the coaching staff […] READ MORE


Edmonton Eskimos Crucial Game vs Winnipeg

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Worst Weekend Possible The Edmonton Eskimos faced the perfect storm this weekend. Their loss to the Redblacks combined with the Blue Bombers, Roughriders, and Lions winning has thrown the Western Division standings into chaos. What initially throughout the summer months seemed like a two-horse race between Edmonton and Calgary for 1stplace in the division has […] READ MORE


Eskimos Face Biggest Test on Labour Day

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Another Chance for Improvement Edmonton Eskimos head coach Jason Mass knows that the impending Labour Day matchup with the Calgary Stampeders is a big game, but it is not everything. In an interview with CFL.ca Mass described the importance of the game, exhorting that “you don’t win Grey Cups in August. What you do is you […] READ MORE


Edmonton Eskimos Need to Go Deep Against Montreal Alouettes Defence

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The Edmonton Eskimos need to have an aggressive offensive game plan this Saturday. Even though it is looking unlikely that Johnny Manziel will play, the Montreal defence is still a cause for concern. If the Eskimos don’t strike hard and fast, Rich Stubler‘s group may be able to keep the game much closer than it […] READ MORE


Edmonton Eskimos Defence Getting Healthy on Eve of Clash With BC Lions

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Eskimos Make Roster Moves. The Eskimos made a number of roster moves this week. On August 6th they released International Defensive Lineman Rakim Cox and International Defensive Back Maurice McKnight. International Defensive Lineman Gerald Rivers followed them on the 7th. These moves made room for a number of players returning from injury. Last week International […] READ MORE


Kavis Reed Repairs Alouettes Roster with Another Trade

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Kavis Reed Continues to Work on the Alouettes Roster Last Thursday was a tough night for the Alouettes. Not only did they lose their match against the Eskimos, they lost two defensive starters. Staunching the bleeding last night, general manager Kavis Reed pulled off a trade. He sent National offensive lineman Ryan Bomben and a […] READ MORE


The Saskatchewan Roughrider Plan: Death by a Thousand Screens

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Roughriders offence squanders opportunity Despite going down 24-0 early to the red hot Calgary Stampeders, the Saskatchewan Roughriders defence added a pick six and kicker Brett Lauther was good from 56! yards to put the Riders within 11 going into the half. Hope was in the air. Just when Roughriders fans could get excited, offensive coordinator Stephen McAdoo […] READ MORE


First-Round Picks: Necessary or Overrated?

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Kavis Reed Doubts the Utility of First-Round Picks Alouettes’ General Manager Kavis Reed recently sat down with 3DownNation’s Justin Dunk to discuss the Johnny Manziel trade. After being asked how he processed giving up two first-round picks, Reed revealed to Dunk that he believes the real value in the draft lies from the third round […] READ MORE


Johnny Manziel Trade Breakdown: Montreal Alouettes Remake Offence

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There is more to the Manziel trade than meets the eye The Montreal Alouettes moved quickly on Sunday to shore up their inefficient offence. The Alouettes sent veteran National defensive lineman Jamaal Westerman, speedy receiver Chris Williams, and the Montreal 2020 and 2021 first-round draft picks to Hamilton. In return, the Alouettes received offensive linemen […] READ MORE