To be fair Kanga, two out of the three times we met them they were without Dominguez and Keith, two of their teams biggest staples. Also, Burris was still shaking off the rust that came with sitting on the Chicago Bears' bench and wasn't in top form. The team that we played last night was in top form. It's too bad we got off to such a nightmarish start. Due to all the uncertainty surrounding the Bombers, I think their confidence hangs by a thread, and when the first play of the year, not even the first play, the opening kick-off results in your being down by 7 in a hostile environment, it doesn't bode well for boosting that fragile confidence. To be honest, the two things that pissed me off most about last night's game was a) Undisciplined penalties, and b) The fact that Daley couldn't have been bothered to yank Glenn out of their after a frustrating night and try out Martin or Michna. I said this prior to the start of the season and I'll say it again. Glenn will not be this team's starting QB by the end of the year, and if he keeps up his current performance, he'll be riding the pine by week 3.