ALMOST. After losing all three last year though, this felt really good. I think the Riders played spectacular and have nothing to complain about. Winnipeg didn’t put up a whole lot of competition though so I think the next 2 weeks will be a more accurate test of our skill. The Bombers can at least take a few positives away though. Our D-line, considered by more that just Rider fans as one of the top in the league weren’t able to get to Glenn as much as I assume most expected, which means Winnipeg’s O-line stepped it up and aren’t as bad as everyone thinks. I guess that is good for them. I think whoever was blocking Scott Gordon on punting situations should be fired!!! I think it is great that he got 2 blocked punts, but someone must have screwed up. Anoth positive for the Bombers, John Ryan, when he actually got his punts away was kicking very well. But then again, other than the one off the side of the foot, and the one that was half blocked, McCallum’s kicking was fan-freakin-tastic. As far as offense goes, Winnipeg needs something fixed bad!!! It can’t all be blamed on Glenn, cause there were some dropped balls and what not, but he just wasn’t very good tonight. However, with how well our defensive backfield was playing, I don’t think much could have helped. As for our offense… Corey Holmes is a machine!!! over 300 all-purpose yards. Dominguez is phenominal. Thurmon and French are fantastic, and as for Greene… he may not have thrown for 400 yards (248-ish I believe), but he didn’t throw a single interception and he didn’t fumble (on the 1 yard line or anywhere) so I was more than happy with his performance. It is nice that the Riders are starting to get some respect in the league, and I don’t think even RedWhite2005 (or whatever your name is) can disagree that they deserve it this year… but I am sure he will. I do however hope that Winnipeg improves before we meet again. A one-sided Labour day classic is such a let down. I hope the games are a lot closer… I still want to win, just by a smaller margin =) Good luck next week against Edmonton.