Steinberg's MMQB: Appreciating the Blue Bombers

What else is there to say? What more can be written? Those are the questions this column has asked in recent weeks when making light of Winnipeg’s dominance this season. But after Saturday’s 45-0 win over the BC Lions, the Bombers deserve some (more) appreciation for just how good they’ve been this year.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.cfl.ca/2021/10/25/steinbergs-mmqb-appreciating-blue-bombers/

The difference between Winnipeg & Ottawa is now measured in astronomical units(average distance between the earth and the sun FYI)

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Too bad Ottawa's defense has to play on the same team as its offense. :roll_eyes:

Ottawa has an offense? With Dedmon gone... oh, wait, he was special teams.

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Dedmon was a keeper. Ottawa's defense was good too. That crappy offense couldn't generate any offense which kept the defense on the field way too long.

Ottawa's next GM can focus on the offensive side of team and live happily ever after. I just hope he keeps LaPo in the fold. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

Without Dedmon constantly setting up the offense in good position, this offense's stats would be even more anemic. Next GM has a big job ahead.

I still think whoever they get ought to be an offensive genius or at least able to do grade six math. The task seems simple to me. Fix the offense.

Don't get rid of LaPo. He's one of the best offensive minds in the league. Just give him better players to work with on that side of the ball. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

So the answer to Winnipeg's kicking woes is to just score touchdowns instead of attempting field goals. Got it!!! And to add to this, look at who the Bombers have added in the last week. And oh yeah, Johnny Augustine looked pretty good coming in as a THIRD Canadian running back. Go Bombers!

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What else is there to say? What more can be written? Those are the questions this column has asked in recent weeks when making light of Winnipeg’s dominance this season. But after Saturday’s 45-0 win over the BC Lions,


The two most important positions on the potent Bombers are former Tiger-Cats: first, coach O'Shea and second, Collaros the quarterback. It seems that the mighty Bombers owe much of their success, including a Grey Cup, to these former and humble Tiger-Cats.

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Yeah right, get ready to appreciate them losing the Western final at home in a few weeks time.

:rofl: :joy: :joy: :rofl: ...Thanks!