I dunno...I'll have to see it to believe it, I think we only get maybe 100-150 yards rushing because Marcel won't be giving Holmes many if any touches. And Keith being the power runner, won't get much room unless the defense can chizzle a hole up the gut on the odd play. The rushing will be more than likely spread between Greene going around barely making the first down and Keith charging up the gut.
We'll see more or less the same play-calling as was in the Ottawa game, so the work load is going to be on Nealon this game to get the first downs consistantly. And with these little 5-yard passes that keep hammering away on the first down yardage we are bound to mess up against a team like Montreal. Expect to see some interceptions returned for touchdowns. Holmes will be on punt return I reckon though, instead of Dorsey. I was shocked not to see Dorsey in the Ottawa game, the weather last Friday was prime for him.
Maybe it isn't hopeless after all, if we can hit the endzone on some of our drives we are in good shape, but agains I say we lose the ball in the red zone more than we convert. McCallum is no problem, is it the snapper so field goals are no good. Nealon won't be allowed much to throw the long pass so we'll have to rely on Montreal's defense to completely buckle and let us chizzle away at 5 yards plays all the way to the end zone. But if they hold us to 2nd and long situations etc. we are done.