According to Regina Media the Roughriders plan on using the same game plan that they won 37-0 over the Cats last week and plan on going after the inexperience in the Cats secondary.
From the Regina Leader Post.
COVERING SPACE: The Tiger-Cats are expected to start Raymond Brown and Arthur Hobbs at defensive halfback and Courtney Stephen at safety, all with limited CFL experience. That could clear space in the middle of the secondary for the Riders to attack with slotbacks Simon, Weston Dressler and Chris Getzlaf. Stephen makes his first start at safety and is expected to help with coverage on receiver Rob Bagg, who burned the Tiger-Cats for 125 yards and two touchdowns on five receptions on Sunday.
Ray Brown has good size and an added advantage in covering, Hobbs has good speed and both players seem to play well together in the secondary. I think Stephen will be the question mark but I like his abilities and what he has said on camera in recent interviews. I hope our secondary can take care of the Regina receivers and pick off Durant or Willy and hopefully our front defensive line and line backers can get the added pressure on the QB and stop Sheets.
EAT EM RAW TIGER-CATS!!!