If Davis is going to be usurped at right tackle, you put a natural tackle there. Enter Peter.
I'm more worried about Woodard at the moment than Davis. He was struggling against Anwar Stewart, particularly in the first half.
My guess is if a shift in tackle occurs, you will see Peter on the edge. It will be a case of who in the Rempel-Ince-Cheron-Hudson mix can emerge at one of the guard spots. Gagne-Marcoux is playing reasonably well at the moment at the left guard spot, IMO. Hage is safe at center for the moment, but Cedric could still unseat him.
Hudson was put on the 9-game injury list, so we shall see about his status in the coming weeks. If big George can get healthy, it will really solidify our interior line.
dyakowski will be starting i think cook was only here until cheron got healthy and he didn't play too well in the argo game plus being an import ain't good. jerome davis also took 2 procedure calls so that can't sit too well with taaffe. i wonder how hurt hudson is though and if he'll be back and if he is do they put at guard or move him to center over hage, who's high snaps are scaring me.
Arent both Cheron and Dyakowki both tackles? If so, than i believe if everything goes well and they play up to their potential, we could have an all-Canadian line. This probably wont happen since Woodard is playing exceptionally well, but an injury to him and if Davis play keeps dropping off, we could be lookin at some Canadian hogs up front
Cheron Hudson Gagne Hage Dyakowski
With Donnelly, Ince and Rempel playing backup. Maybe even bring back Filice? tell me what you guys think
Lumsden started to run when Dyakowski came in the second quarter. On a couple of occasions he pancaked Romero who is a rather large lad.Even though Peter played right tackle at LSU, his guard play looked great against the Als. This is a nice problem for Taaffe to deal with for a change. Cheron will probably be a guard/tackle backup against BC.
Since the 2006 draft, the foundation has been layed for solid Canadian linemen on both sides of the ball. Eventually I can see Timmy Chang behind an all Canadian O Line
Pat Lynch (the old guy in section 7 )
It really wouldn't matter how good the imports played on the O-line, we will be going with four non-imports as soon as they're ready.
Our Canadian talent on the O-line and D-line will be our strength in the future.
I think that at that time we could be using four import receivers.