Missing the Cut: What’s Next for These CFL Squads?

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While all eyes are rightfully on the six CFL teams that will be making the playoffs. Three teams are left picking up the pieces on disappointing 2018 campaigns. Some of which had much higher expectations (Toronto, Edmonton), than others (Montreal). As the regular season winds down, we take a look at what went wrong for […] READ MORE


Offence Will Determine Saskatchewan Roughriders Fate

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It’s been the worst kept secret throughout the season, the Saskatchewan Roughriders offence is not good. With even that most basic of stats to tell the story found here, the Roughriders rank sixth passing yards (3,875) and second last in passing touchdowns (11). The saving grace for this team’s offence has been the rushing attack […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Final Stretch

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The Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-5) find themselves four points back of first with two crucial divisional matchups against the Edmonton Eskimos and Winnipeg Blue Bombers ahead before a date at McMahon Stadium with the Calgary Stampeders October 20th. The Saskatchewan Roughriders final stretch proves to be no easy task. However, it’s hard not to look ahead […] READ MORE


Brett Lauther, Roughriders Grind out Victory

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As they always say, it wasn’t pretty but a win is a win. Brett Lauther continued his magnificent season going 3/3 on all of his attempts including a 56-yard game winning field goal with 1:20 left in the fourth. While the offence saw improvements from last week’s rough outing against Ottawa, the second half saw […] READ MORE


The Chris Jones Conundrum

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It’s certainly getting more difficult for Saskatchewan Roughrider fans to gripe about Chris Jones. Since setting the CFL off upon the release of Duron Carter on August 11th, Chris Jones and the Riders have put together a four-game winning streak that has firmly placed them in the playoff hunt. It’s a difficult task unpacking the […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Report Card

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Heading into the annual Labour Day Classic the Roughriders find themselves in the thick of the playoff race in the West with a 5-4 record. It’s hard to believe half the season has come and gone as a lot has happened on and off the field since kick-off June 15th. Therefore, it is time for […] READ MORE


Revamped Saskatchewan Roughriders Face Difficult Test

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After a tumultuous bye week, the revamped Saskatchewan Roughriders are back in action Sunday for a battle against the undefeated Stampeders. The Riders did themselves no favours last time these teams met, digging themselves a 24-0 hole in the first quarter. A lot has changed since then. This matchup will be a telltale sign if […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Rebuilding is No Longer a Valid Excuse

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As the Riders enter their second bye week of the season, fans and pundits alike have had time to dissect the season thus far and more. Jamie Nye in his article with CFL.ca brought to light a troubling, yet simple statistic. 1-9. 4-6. 0-2. Those are the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ records against their own division over […] READ MORE


Riders Offence: Enough to Make You Cry

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The Riders offence is choosing to live and die by the run, screen passes and hitch throws. That’s Jones’ story and he’s sticking to it. In Arielle Zerr’s post-game interview, she caught some interesting tidbits on what Jones envisions for the offence going forward: He started by saying that Calgary has been quite successful using […] READ MORE


Jones Doubles Down, Riders Prevail in Hamilton

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Quick Recap It was a shaky start but Chris Jones and co. got the job done. Jones appeared to be doubling down on his ways early on; Duron Carter starting on defence, Brandon Bridge and David Watford trading reps and a defensive lineman playing guard. However, the tides turned come halftime as the Roughriders were […] READ MORE