If they're a danger to themselves or others by law we can have them taken into custody. It might be for the best if MacBeth was required to start next game wearing a straight jacket and ball gag similar to the one Anthony Hopkins wore in 'Silence of The Lambs'.
You guys are all talking smack but keep forgetting the Argos have won more Grey cups since 1982 then any other team. Just realize now that either Montreal, Toronto, or Saskatchewan will be in the Grey Cup this year. If that doesnt scare you, then nothing will.
Let’s not forget that they have had a huge advantage coming out of the East. They wouldn’t have won a lot of those if they played in the West.
[/quote] Dear Jon, if the Argos won the most Cups since 82 by inference that is a significant accomplishment by any standard and may be a harbinger of a dangerous team in 2022. If the Argos deploy SPEEDY Banks with artful precision they will be dangerous.
It’s possible, but my point is that their perennially easier schedule and perennially easier path to the Cup is a huge advantage. They may not have made it to half those games if they were in the West. There is also one less team to compete against in the East. Comparing the Cups the Argos have won to the Cups won by Western teams is hardly comparing apples to apples. I didn’t think this was controversial. It could rightly be said that historically they are the best Eastern team.
Call me crazy but I think the Argos are a good team. I also think the Allouettes are as well. I don't know about dangerous though.
Other than Ottawa, the eastern teams need someone to point out to them that it's okay to have some confidence, and play like you are expecting to win. And play against your opponent and not yourselves. And do that every game, not just once in a while when your opponent is limping on crutches.
There are still enough games left that any team (except Edmonton I think) is still capable of going on a nice run and looking formidable come playoff time. It’s happened before. Could happen again. We’ll see.