Globe & Mail picks Tiger-Cats to win

the Ticats have a shot to finally get out of the first round.
[url=http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/football/division-semi-finals/article2233020/]http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/f ... le2233020/[/url]

I sure would feel better about all these press predictions if we weren't facing Calvillo.

Globe & Mail picks Tiger-Cats to win
funny how such an article can alter my allegiance to a newspaper. :wink:

Tangledweb wrote:

“funny how such an article can alter my allegiance to a newspaper.”

And what if the paper changes their mind???

Tangledweb wrote: "funny how such an article can alter my allegiance to a newspaper."

then so do I. :smiley:

If it is in the Globe it must be true.

:thup: :thup: :lol: :lol: :lol: :cowboy:

Never bet against the Globe my friends...

Nice article from the G&M on today's game.
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/football/cfl-playoffs-tiger-cats-upset-alouettes/article2234920/

However, they also said this:

It might be considered an upset, but Hamilton had beaten Montreal twice this year, and had the benefit of fielding nearly all its regulars.

Montreal coach Marc Trestman refused to make excuses, but it can’t help that eight backups became starters because of injuries this year. On Sunday, middle linebacker Bear Woods played his first CFL game filling in for Ramon Guzman (ankle).


Tell that to Marwan Hage. And Matt Kirk. Also Dylan Barker, Glenn MacKay, Terry Grant. And that's just the 9-game injured list. Then there's Ryan Hinds and Woodny Turenne on the injured list - both of whom can be considered starters - as well as Yannick Carter and Ike Brown. And Stevie Baggs, who arguably had to sit because of the afore-mentioned injuries.

It's funny how sometimes a "news" story is slanted one way without telling the whole truth. :lol: :lol: :lol: