I wonder if the Cats or other teams, have sent videos to the head office and officials, regarding the Montreal receivers. Having carefully observed them the two games in Hamilton and what was shown on tv, it would appear that there is a signficant amount of offensive pass interference the refs are letting go. Green and Richardson in particular, are bog bodies, and they repeatedly get away with pick plays which see the defender not just delayed, but knocked on to the back side.
In addition, they create significant separation by pushing defenders off or essentially body checking the defender on them while they make the break.
If the trend is to let that kind of stuff go, it makes it hard to do man to man when the defender can barely breathe on the receiver and get called.
On the offensive side, it may mean that our receivers have to take advantage of anything goes if you are on offence, and other than Williams, our receivers are big enough to lay the body and shoves on the defence as well.