I am a huge Cat fan, but I am uncertain what to take from this game. For me, I didn't think the Tigers played well - particularly since Ottawa had so many out with injuries. So is it that there isn't a lot of difference between any of the teams and the only thing separating first from last place is consistency and coaching - or what? I want the Cats to make the play-offs, but man they need to sharpen up now!
Congrats to the Cats for overcoming the odds & making a crossover pretty darn unlikely at this point. Certainly not how I thought their season would play out a few weeks ago. They do of course have to thank the Riders for a monumental nosedive. Some heads may be saved in Ham. by this while others will roll in Sask. I'm thinking.
I believe that Shiltz is right about the Cats being "battle tested." I am beginning to think that their offensive coach needs to be better prepared for the games - there are far too many times you can see that the offense has no plan or idea of what their next move will be - this has to improve for the play-offs!
I would be very surprised to see the Hamilton Tiger Cats win their East-semi-final game versus the Montreal Alouettes on Nov 6/2022. The Cats have had a very poor season after appearing in the last two Grey Cup games. They must win the turnover battle to have any chance of upsetting the Als in my humble opinion. Coach "O" must be the "fall guy"