POW picks

Amazingly, despite the rout, nobody stood out for Montreal, just a great team effort. I think all three POW's should go to Edmonton players; White for Offence, Lawrence for Special Teams and McCoil for Defence. Yah I am biased but I call them like I see them. :cowboy:

You know, I was gonna argue, but you might be right. Brown had a couple of great returns, but they were in garbage time. The game had already been decided. Lawrence's return was a lot more important.

What about Kerry Joseph..lol

For defensive player? Maybe. :stuck_out_tongue:

Going 12 for 17 is pretty impressive. :wink:

For defensive player? Maybe. :stuck_out_tongue:
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Somone said it best on the thread page. They said it was like Nichols was playing for Sask and Joseph was playing for Edmonton
40 % of his completions went to the team he played for last season...lmao.. I wonder what his qb rating was for the game... Is it possible to score under 0

Bryant Turner. :stuck_out_tongue:

Elimimian had 10 tackles, which is above the average that got him the MOP nomination. Clear choice for POW! :lol:

You forgot Canadian Player of the Week, which I think could also go to Edmonton.

OPOTW: John White (148 yards from scrimmage including 134 rushing yards)
DPOTW: Dexter McCoil (Six tackles, one sack, one interception)
STPOTW: Kendial Lawrence (a return touchdown is all he needs)
CPOTW: Gregory Alexandre (two tackles, two sacks)

Sweep in the works?

that's a lot of pot

I doubt that they will give a sweep to the Eskimos. As great a game as McCoil had, I would not be surprised if they give the DPOTW to Bear Woods considering that the one Rider score was the result of a miscue by McCoil. I would pick McCoil but Woods would also be a good pick.

Yes you can. Glenn had 1 minus 1.6 QB Rating Sunday & Joseph had a minus 37.1.

:thup: 7 tackles, 1 pickoff

Joueur offensif : White
Joueur défensif : Billy Parker (Il a tellement bien couvert ses receveurs qu’il n’a eu que 2 plaqués. BC n’a tout simplement pas joué dans son coin)
Unités spéciales : Lawrence
Joueur canadien : Luc Brodeur-Jourdain (il a ouvert de nombreux corridors au milieu de la ligne de mêlée pour Rutley et Rainey)

Il est dommage que ceux qui choisissent ces joueurs ne regardent que les statistiques. Elles font souvent mentir ou perdre de vue d’autres joueurs qui ont très bien fait leur travail. Un bon demi défensif n’aura jamais beaucoup de plaqués ni d’interceptions parce qu’on ne lancera pas dans son coin. Un joueur de ligne offfensive qui réussit ses jeux un après l’autre ne recevra jamais le crédit qu’il mérite parce que personne ne compile de statistiques pour lui.

Billy Parker est un des meilleurs demis défensifs de la LCF, et à cause de ça, il passe inaperçu. Il est assez craint pour que les attaques adverses l’évitent. Il a encore montré dans cette partie pourquoi il mérite ce respect de ses adversaires.

La ligne offensive des Alouettes a été une bête intraitable envers les Lions. Brodeur-Jourdain est celui qui dirige les assignations de protection, et elle a été excellente. Le plus gros des gains au sol des Alouettes ont été gagnés au centre de la ligne, ce qui suppose que Brodeur-Jourdain a réussi ses blocs. Il a passé une bonne partie des jeux à bloquer au 2ième niveau, ce qui permettait à Rutley ou à Rainey de gagner des verges supplémentaires.

Since they often balance the picks in the Semis, 2 West and 2 East, you may be right but I am sticking with 3-1. My picks are an admittedly biased ones. I think White and Lawrence are safe bets, the other two awards could go several ways. Difficult to go with Parker though, teams not challenging a player seldom results in POW awards.

My heart says: White, Lawrence, McCoil, Alexandre

My head says: White, Lawrence, Woods, Alexandre

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John White, Jerald Brown, Kendial Lawrence and Gregory Alexandre were named the Canadian Football League Players of the Week for the Division Semi-Finals of the 2014 Canadian Football League season.

To paraphrase Meatloaf, "Three out of Four's not bad".