"If the first guy gets knocked out or is struggling, we have a guy who can go in and still move the football," said Glenn. "I'll be the first to tell you that you need two quarterbacks in this league to be successful.
"It goes back to what we did during the season, going back and forth. That's helped."
Glenn's coach agreed with him.
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"I don't know if it was to beat this team, it's about winning the Grey Cup," said Cobourne. "It just happens that they were in our division and in our way. So be it. We're one step closer to getting what we want.
"They're a great team but their time is over. I respect them. But our team is better. Just flat out."