The heat is on Bellefeuile, not the OLine:
It appears Marcel Bellefeuille has forgotten how to protect his quarterback.
As a result, his offences get worse with each stop he makes across the CFL.
There are many factors that go into an offence's statistics, from the strength of the offensive line to injuries to the kind of offensive players on the roster, but the bottom line is Bellefeuille's quarterbacks have been getting crushed since he left Saskatchewan a decade ago.
Winnipeg allowed a franchise record 71 sacks last season. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2008 gave up 67 sacks. And in the most damning statistic, Anthony Calvillo and the Alouettes quarterbacks got dropped a whopping 68 times in 2007 behind one of the league's best offensive lines. This year the Bombers have already allowed a league-high 31 sacks behind what team claims is a better offensive line. That figure is more than Bellefeuille's Saskatchewan squads gave up in each of the 2003, 2004 and 2005 campaigns.
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There's a lot of pressure coming from both the Wpg media and fans to ditch Bellefeuille NOW.