A story of the Tiger-Cats front 4

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The word has seen a lot of ink since defensive coordinator Corey Chamblin was hired back in January. Pressure is a big piece to the engine that drives the new look black and gold defence. The surge to create pressure, within the new defensive scheme on Canada Day, will be led by the Ticats tandem of defensive ends, Stevie Baggs and Justin Hickman.

“As long as I’m putting pressure on them, then they better put pressure on someone else, but it’s good to have two book ends like them,? Chamblin said after Ticats practice on Tuesday. “Our whole deal is pressure.?

Until the Tiger cat secondary meshs and proves itself to those here and throughout the league, then pressure will be most important to get those early wins....

If there is no pressure from the front 7, then I think that it is going to be a long year for the defence. Hopefully, the offence can score more points than the defence is going to give up. Should be exciting!