Dyce earns first win as REDBLACKS interim head coach

MONTREAL — The Ottawa REDBLACKS held off a late game push from the Montreal Alouettes to earn a 24-18 in the final game of the CFL Thanksgiving weekend presented by Purolator.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.cfl.ca/2022/10/10/dyce-earns-first-win-as-redblacks-interim-head-coach/

Well despite a number of tries to fail the RedBlacks get the "W" ! Congrats to Dyce and the Ottawa Squad. Your Thansgiving wish came true.

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So now when someone asks us if the Redblacks stood a chance of winning earlier in the season we can honestly say, "no Dyce."

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What a sloppy lousy game.
That second touchdown for Evans, should never have been allowed, he never crossed the plane. They showed it in slow motion and he never got that ball over the line and the ref that's looking right at it didn't call it, but you could see another ref in the back with no clear view of the ball raising his hands.
The fumbles, missed chances. Just when you think they've turned the corner, they play like this.

The Montreal Alouettes missed a golden opportunity at home versus the Dreadblacks in Week 18. The Als and check down Charlie aka Trevor Harris had only one major throwing on the day. :upside_down_face: They had to settle for :four: David Cote field goals. :exclamation:They will have to wait till Week 19 to "Punch their playoff ticket" in the nation's capitol. :question:

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