This club made some big improvements over the Milanovich-coached teams of the last couple seasons.

Laing, Butler and Lemon have been a force when all in the lineup at the same time.  

More consistency on offense week in and week out will hopefully bring 12 or more wins next year.
I think if we make it to the GC and then win or lose betting is  Ray will retire.


As long as Ricky is healthy I think he will re-sign a 1 + 1 deal. Wilder has another year on his contract and the offensive line has solidified somewhat with Washington in at RG, and all of a sudden Ricky is not getting hit very often. 
No reason to hang them up just yet.

Iconic SR

I hope RR plays for as long as he wants to and remains healthy. One of the most talented, classiest and nicest pro athletes out there, bar none.

Love that he's having such a great season.


Ha!  Still has it eh, marched the field in final minutes to pull it off...OUTSTANDING! :)


Today's the day...17th Grey Cup Championship 


Who's the man!  Another last minute drive, outstanding.  I sure do hope he comes back next year and then when he does retire we see him coaching on the sidelines.


Was there ever any doubt Ricky Ray wasn't coming back for another season after the year he had? Not in my books.


Interesting to note just how consistent Ricky Ray has been game-after-game over his lengthy sixteen year career. He stands second in lifetime average yards passing per game at 269.8 versus Doug Flutie's CFL record book leading 306.3. Mike Reilly stands third at 259.6 yards per game.

Radically Canadian!


The time to retire was at the top after winning the GC last year.
Sadly, the choice is no longer his.

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