Soul II Soul said it best.
“How ever do you want me” - How about a team that looks both prepared and excited to play instead of coming out flat and down 10-points before we can blink?
“How ever do you need me” - How about NOT taking three (so far) Illegal Procedure penalties by the same guy? How about not committing a frickin’ FORMATION penalty too?
“Back to life, back to the present time. Back from a fantasy, yes” - It certainly seems like the victories against both BC and WPG were fantasy, and we’re back to the “present time”.
“Back to life, back to the day we have. Let’s end this foolish game” - This foolish game won’t end until El Presidente is no longer employed and outright wasting the Ownership’s money.
“Hear me out, don’t let it waste away. Make up your mind so I know where I stand” - Unfortunately, with theis ownership group and Front Office, we wil stand watching another team inhabit our locker room as the Eastern Division Champions. We certainly know where we stand.
It took Timmeh until the 2:15 mark of the third quarter to make a reception.
A ridiculous flea-flicker play was a sign of desperation. Serves them right it was intercepted.
A Grounding penalty from the end zone resulting in a Safety.
A first down negated by a holding penalty. Same with a great punt return.
An somewhat-average (at times) WR decided to act like a complete jackass after make=ing receptions when down by three scores. Put the ball down and get your ass back into the huddle.
It’s beyond obvious that Hamilton, under El Presidente’s “leadership” cannot compete with Toronto. He’s a failure as a team executive, and beyond a failure as a HC this year. And yes, I have no issues saying that directly to his smug face.
The elephants in the room have reproduced like rabbits. Maybe that’s the only thing Stein can oversee successfully.