Defence is OK, but offence ...

By Ken 'Jeepers Creepers' Peters
The Hamilton Spectator Jun 11, 2007

Taaffe says

Cats have a lot of work to do
before taking on Winnipeg.

and Taaffe felt

Rocky Butler performed the best, but...just OK.

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The best Butler did was run the ball whan he couldnt find an open reciever. Didnt impress me at all.

That might be a valuable commodity actually if our receivers aren't able to find the open spots!

If there is one thing I know about football it is Offence usually takes longer to perfect in camp than defence (especially with a new system) and defence wins championships. So its somewhat expected that the defence would stand out stronger. And hopefully our defence is strong this year to help out the offence especially early in the year.