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DB Dominque Termansen (signed this week)
OL Tony Washington (from 1-game injured list)
FB Spencer Moore (from 1-game injured list)
LB Jean-Gabriel Poulin (to 6-game injured list)
DL Chad Geter (to suspended list)
OL Zach Wilkinson (to 1-game injured list)
Game #56 BC at Montreal Game Notes:
-Montreal is on a great 5-2 run which has them above .500 at the midway point (or after) for the first time since 2012.
-Each team is coming off a bye in this game and neither has won after a week’s rest (BC lost in Wk #9, Montreal lost in Wk #8
-The Lions have won the last 7 games vs the Als - a stretch in which Montreal has led by more than 1 point just once.
-Discipline: Montreal has drawn fewer penalties than their opponents in each of the last 5 games (7.6 per game over that span).
-BC has allowed 43 Sacks, on pace for 77 which would be a club record. Mike Reilly’s career total is now 266 (54 single-season high).
-The Lions 1-9 start is their worst since 1969 when they began the year at 1-10; they went 4-1 thereafter and made the playoffs.
-Vernon Adams is 5-1 in his last 6 starts (no career starts vs BC); Eugene Lewis is 13 for 200 with 2 TDs in the last 2 gms.
-Montreal is the only club with no more than 2 T/Os in any game this year; their +8 Ratio is just 2 less than #1 Calgary at +10
-BC’s pass receiving last game featured Canadians as they caught 16 of the 21 completions from Mike Reilly.
-The Als have not scored a point off Turnover in the last 3 games; all of their points have come on long drives.
-Jeremiah Johnson has 161 rushing yards on 25 carries in his last 2 games (Avg: 6.4 yds).
-Patrick Levels is #4 in the CFL with 66 total defensive plays;
-The Lions have been outscored by 116 points this year but in the 2nd half especially with a margin of -94 (181-87).
-In 2 games after coming off the Injured List DeVier Posey has 14 catches for 257 yards and 6 clutch 2nd down receptions.
-Shakeir Ryan has yet to hit his stride with Montreal and has been held to 17.4 yards per kickoff return and a long of 23 yards.
-Personally, the most impressive numbers to me is that Vernon Adams is #1 in both Yards per Drive and Percent of Drives ending in a touchdown. He is also #2 in Points per Drive.