Montreal at Riders

Montreal at Riders

by StormRider1 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 8:12 am

Any predictions, I pick the Riders, and I get to see old Mosiac one more time. Just hope it warms a bit!!
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by GC Bound » Thu Oct 20, 2016 11:11 am

Come on Boys, for me Football in October and November in Saskatchewan is GREAT, Invigorating and exciting.
Just bring your flask, settle in and enjoy.......Cheering to keep warm is the TRICK! :cowboy:
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by Abendschan » Thu Oct 20, 2016 4:57 pm

Good football by the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the fall, a 26-9 win over Alouettes.
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by GC Bound » Sat Oct 22, 2016 3:51 pm

Don't know if it my imagination, but why does it always seems ( at least most of the time) the Riders start every game behind in scores?? :cowboy:
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by nythril » Sat Oct 22, 2016 6:07 pm

Today wasn't their day - Montreal wanted it more. I am concerned over the final play though. That on the replay was a clear head shot. There is ZERO excuse for not calling it. It's dangerous - its dirty and can end a players career. I'm glad the rider is OK - but seriously.... either head shots are OK or not.
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by JimmytheGreek » Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:57 am

nythril wrote:Today wasn't their day - Montreal wanted it more. I am concerned over the final play though. That on the replay was a clear head shot. There is ZERO excuse for not calling it. It's dangerous - its dirty and can end a players career. I'm glad the rider is OK - but seriously.... either head shots are OK or not.


Yes it was a dirty hit by Venerable. He leaves his feet and leads with his helmet and the ref right there totally ignores it.

Look at the replay and it is very clear. I don't understand what is the point of having a command center if it allows this kind of hit and not make a call. We keep hearing the league is trying to get rid of this garbage and yet they completely ignore the fact this was exactly the kind of dangerous hits that ends players careers. It should have been flagged and a 15 yard major at least and probably deserved an ejection too as it was deliberate.

Yeah the team didn't play well enough to deserve the win but if that was flagged we get one shot from inside the 15 yard line and who knows. Hope McKnight is all right.

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Re: Montreal at Riders

by nythril » Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:59 am

The CFL's head of officiating needs to answer for this one - This is so blatent - so dirty and well witnessed by the officials. There needs to be discipline to both the Al's player and on field officiating for this one.
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by GC Bound » Sun Oct 23, 2016 10:35 am

In previous years the Riders were mainly built around a "High Flying" exciting offense, usually scoring first and ending with relatively high scoring games.
I'm sorry to say with Jones the team and game plan will always be centered around defensive approaches. Gone will be the days of an emphasis on high scoring offense........Boring....Yawn :cowboy:
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by bowl450 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 11:36 am

GC Bound wrote:In previous years the Riders were mainly built around a "High Flying" exciting offense, usually scoring first and ending with relatively high scoring games.
I'm sorry to say with Jones the team and game plan will always be centered around defensive approaches. Gone will be the days of an emphasis on high scoring offense........Boring....Yawn :cowboy:

You can have all the defense you want but if you can't score points ?
The best defense is a great offense because if they don't have the ball they can't score.
But you also need a defense to give the ball to the offense without the other team scoring,
That's why you need a balances team above average defense as well as offense ?
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by StormRider1 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:16 pm

Well as stated above, I was at the game, wet, cold, and a lack luster filled game. We played bad, on the O and the D. DD had no protection for most of game, guess where the worst pressure came from, the left side.... gee I wonder who use to play there... was it not Fulton!! Nice going Corky.... now Doubles has swelling on his non throwing arm. Joe did little this time out, and he still can't block or hold onto the ball. The worse part was all the stupid penalties we took, to advance the ball for Montreal. Or put us farther back. I will say this their new QB can eluded players.. great footwork.

The rain never let up, and I have yet seen the Riders win a game, with me there, maybe I stay home from now on... 3 games, 3 losses. LOL... I will be surprised if we even come close to keeping the last 2 games close.

The hit on Joe on the last play of the game, was all the above, unnecessary roughness, spearing, and a helmet hit. The league needs to go after the player and the ref for this bad hit and bad call. It should of been a penalty, regardless and we should of had 1 last down, either we score or we don't, again we got screwed by a ref again at the end of a game..

all in all, it was not a great game on so many levels!! JMO
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by nowhereman » Sun Oct 23, 2016 1:03 pm

JimmytheGreek wrote:
nythril wrote:Today wasn't their day - Montreal wanted it more. I am concerned over the final play though. That on the replay was a clear head shot. There is ZERO excuse for not calling it. It's dangerous - its dirty and can end a players career. I'm glad the rider is OK - but seriously.... either head shots are OK or not.


Yes it was a dirty hit by Venerable. He leaves his feet and leads with his helmet and the ref right there totally ignores it.

Look at the replay and it is very clear. I don't understand what is the point of having a command center if it allows this kind of hit and not make a call. We keep hearing the league is trying to get rid of this garbage and yet they completely ignore the fact this was exactly the kind of dangerous hits that ends players careers. It should have been flagged and a 15 yard major at least and probably deserved an ejection too as it was deliberate.

Yeah the team didn't play well enough to deserve the win but if that was flagged we get one shot from inside the 15 yard line and who knows. Hope McKnight is all right.

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Yes it looked like a cheap shot, and yes the officiating can be pathetic, but the bigger question is, why didn't Jones challenge it? Clearly close enough to have another look :x
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by nythril » Sun Oct 23, 2016 2:43 pm

Is it even challengeable ?
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by Taleback » Sun Oct 23, 2016 3:05 pm

nowhereman wrote:why didn't Jones challenge it?


They had no timeouts left, so therefor, no challenge allowed.
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by StormRider1 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 3:15 pm

I also noticed just now, that DD had a Helmet hit on his TD, never got called
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Re: Montreal at Riders

by depopulationINC » Sun Oct 23, 2016 3:16 pm

GC Bound wrote:In previous years the Riders were mainly built around a "High Flying" exciting offense, usually scoring first and ending with relatively high scoring games.
I'm sorry to say with Jones the team and game plan will always be centered around defensive approaches. Gone will be the days of an emphasis on high scoring offense........Boring....Yawn :cowboy:


Pretty sure the Esks were one of the highest scoring Os in his time there. I believe that over 2 seasons that only the Stamps scored more. I believe they were also in the top 3 for "big plays" as well. So yeah...I will disagree with this.
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