Kiss the 2023 Witches v.VI - Streak

I don’t think he’s dressed for us since we picked up Jakub Szott off the Riders practice roster.

The CFL has got to do some work on this … CFL HONOUR ROLL – WEEK 15: DEFENCE

DL | Lorenzo Mauldin IV | Ottawa REDBLACKS | OTT 37 – BC 41

PFF Player Grade: 89.8
46 total defensive snaps
Three defensive tackles and one tackle for a loss
81.7 Grade on 40 pass rush snaps

Stavros saves a TD with a great hit . Steals an intercept . Kats sacks the QB and recovers a fumble . Katsantonis plays on the teams but the geniuses pick Mauldin as the D Player of the week . Nonsense !


Here you go.

Defensive player of the week: DB Stavros Katsantonis, Hamilton Tiger-Cats

The third-year pro has begun to settle in nicely as Hamilton’s starting safety. He notched his third interception in as many games on Saturday and had a key sack on second down to halt a Bombers drive that seemed destined to end in a major. Stepping into the starting lineup in July, Katsantonis is making a strong case that he should be the East Division’s Most Outstanding Canadian. His four interceptions have him tied for second in the league. Throw on Mongoose at your own peril.

3DownNation CFL awards: the best and worst of Week 15 - 3DownNation


From the same 3DN weekly awards article:

Coach of the week: OC Scott Milanovich, Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Hamilton’s play-caller has brought new life to what was a stagnant offence prior to his arrival in July. Under Milanovich, the Ticats have scored 27 points in four straight contests while receiver Tim White and running back James Butler have reestablished themselves as top of the class at their respective positions. Taylor Powell has become a reliable passer under Milanovich’s watch, as the rookie has completed over 73 percent of his passes since Milanovich took over and was even better against Winnipeg, where he connected on 77 percent of pass attempts.


Well, it certainly doesn’t hurt to use the running game.
Make more use of Butler, and even STE is getting involved.
It’s called a balanced offense.

What I do like to question though, is the use of Smith.
Watching the game, I think he was thrown 1 pass, and he dropped it.

Can’t they get another Canadian receiver to replace him?

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The cats have struggled to get that guy that will go over the middle and take a hit since Andy Fantuz.

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I wish they would play Sindani more.

Well we still have Ternowski who has been on the 6 gm for the better part of this year with an ankle injury . He was listed as practicing again though on the latest IR put out today for this Saturdays game . Albeit the listing was as limited , so who knows if he will be good to go or not for this game ?

Too many drops when they threw to him earlier in year

Which grant you…wasn’t often

Ternowski is Ungerer 2.0. He’ll thrive when he joins another team.

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"What I do like to question though, is the use of Smith.
Watching the game, I think he was thrown 1 pass, and he dropped it. " Smith elevated and made a great contested catch to extend a Cat drive . He’s getting better with experience .

Year Team Lg G GS Rec Yds Avg YPG Lg TD FD 20+ Tar YAC

2022 Hamilton CFL 18 8 17 247 14.53 13.7 54t 1 22 93
2023 Hamilton CFL 13 10 31 329 10.61 25.3 26 0 43 85
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There’s a note on 2023 Transactions - showing that Ternowski has been removed from the 6-game list, after being on it for 8 weeks. So, for the TOR game, he’ll be active or on the 1-game list. Also, Vosean Joseph, having spent 6 games on the 6-game list, has been removed, from it, and is, at least for now, on the practice roster. Both players were out with ankle injuries but, today, Joseph is shown on the IR as having a hand injury.




I for one absolutely LOVE the KATS . Hey Ti-Cat management sign this guy long term and do it ASAP before he gets away . Long live the KATS ! :football: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: