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Everything about the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, beginning with head coach Mike Kelly - and, no, I'm not talking about his bald head. He has butchered this team in every which way, on and off the field. The measly 10 points his team accumulated in the loss to Saskatchewan will surely make it hard for his players to continue to believe in what he is preaching. Eight turnovers in a game at home is sad.
Montreal special teams player Joel Wright jumping up after making a big play and injuring himself. This was almost as ugly as teammate Eric Deslauriers' run to the goal line in which he took a recovered an errant snap and started galloping toward the opposition's end zone, only to take a bad step and fall over the goal line. The weird landing was caused by a torn hamstring that has him sidelined four to six weeks.
The skirmish between linebackers Winnipeg's Siddeeq Shabazz and Saskatchewan's Aaron Wagner. There were no flags on the play despite the punches that were clearly thrown. By the way, my nickname for Shabazz is Shazam (that's courtesy of Gomer Pyle - and I bet you thought you'd never see that name in a CFL story).
The collision between B.C. returner Ian Smart and teammate Terna Nande, a linebacker. Stopped Smart in his tracks.
- Winnipeg offensive linemen wearing wristbands with the offensive plays written on a card. This is truly a first.
This is just wrong :?