If this team continues their road performance into next year, when every game will be a road game (in some form or another), are we looking at a 2 or 3 win season?
you are assuming of course that there will fans left at the end of next year to welcome them "home" wherever that might be
Moncton might be their new location----
Exactly what I have been thinking. I would like to at least hear that TD Waterhouse Stadium is where this team's home games will be played next year. And soon.
If I'm not mistaken, all of this team's games could be road games next year.
Yeah. The Ti Cats sometimes get a bad rap for attendance, but I can guarantee you that there are a couple other teams that would barely be drawing 5000 a game if they had to deal with the past decade (63-130-1 record).
I think I'm going to be spending next year cheering on Quintin Porter, wherever he ends up. For some reason the Ti Cats have given him no opportunities and I have a feeling with real coaching and management he could help a team (maybe Winnipeg). We've clearly seen good Burris and terrible Burris, and in the first quarter tonight everyone could tell terrible Burris showed up and should have been pulled as early as possible.
I'd like to see their advertising for wherever they are playing their "home" games. "Come pay $60 to maybe watch a team get 400 yards offense and play professional football, or see them turn the ball over 6 times and question to yourself if you're watching a high school team. Flip a coin, you're guess is as good as ours. Either way, give us your money, that's all we want".