Okay, a real game was played many wrote us off, said that we would come out slow with all these new player's, QB, Coaches, Playbook ETC.
First i would like to turn my attention to the TSN idiots mainly Jockstrap Climie, I think i know it all Shultz and the rest of the TSN idiots ------ A call goes against the Cats and it's a bad call, a call goes against the Bombers and it's a great call ---- I have had enough of these Winnipeg BB Bashing rejects on TSN. No matter the situation these idiots alway's say something stupid, like we were lucky, Pierce was Lucky and blah blah blah blah ---------
Now i have that out of my system i can get to my points.
The Cats were supposed to come out and destroy us because they are more familier with each other and the playbook ---- Looked more like the opposite, Cats looked lost, confused and could not find any answers to our offense and defense for that matter. The Bomber offense was superior and the Defense played awesome (considering all the new player's). Which brings me to my main points:
BOMBERS PLAYERS OF THE GAME: Hard to say who deserves this on offense and defense so i will pick one player from each side of the ball and put in some notables.
Offense ----- Buck Pierce was the best on his side of the ball, 68% completions 2 TDS, 1 Rushing TD and nearly 3oo Yards in the air and 91 Yards on the ground ..... Edwards was clearly the best reciever on the field with 2 TDS and almost 200 Yards recieving, The OLINE did a great job considering this was the first game for 2 of the guys, Buck was protected and Reid had some holes.
Defense ----- Tough call here as Brown, Smith, Willis and Hunt were all over Glenn creating early throws and sacks, great job by these guys BUT Alex Suber and Ian Logan Clearly had the advantage over Bruce and like LaPo said Suber is like Glue and it showed last night, Suber was very good in his CFL debut with a little help from Ian Logan (the most underrated safety in the league), Brandon Stewart also showed he can play, my pick though goes to PHILLIP HUNT, he was unstoppable at the line and seemed to always be in Glenns face.
So there you have it ------ good job all around (except ST) we cannot let crap like the kickoff and missed FG happen again and Serna has limits as well, now LaPo should know that and not put him out for a 45-50 yarder into a 40KM wind.