I have to give the defense some credit, they played better last night. The DBs actually made a few plays and they did have a little pressure on Lulay at times which caused him to make some poor throws. For the first time in a long time they didn't give up a ton of passing yards, and they did have a number of 2 and outs, which are awesome.
The run defense still could have been better, and when the game was on the line in the 4th quarter they were unable to come up with the stops needed to give the Ti-Cats a chance to win. I don't know what was going on at the start of the play in the fourth quarter when they had a ton of guys near the line of scrimmage and they gave up the 61 yard run to Harris. The defense also lost the turnover battle once again and dropped what could have been some game changing interceptions. Sooner or later they are going to catch some of those balls and it will make a huge difference. It also appeared to me that they don't have much of a resemblance of any blitz packages. Seemed like they just rushed 4 all night. Compare that to what BC was doing and it looks pretty vanilla. I'm not saying they should blitz all the time, but you have to once in a while and then show it but drop back other times to put the idea in the other teams head.
Overall I was glad to at least see some improvement, and it appears the team is getting closer to figuring out which personnel should be on the field, but there is still a way to go. Hopefully the special teams will show some improvement soon. That was a brutal display, but not for discussion in this thread.