Any Redblacks fans see him as the legit starter the team needs to turn things around?
Mr. Mosoli is starting material, he will do well under LaPolice tutelage.
Bring in Speedy and maybe Andrew if not picked up in Winnipeg and a sprinkle from around the CFL's FA, draft well.
Massive upgrade at QB from last year for RB's!
The East just got a bunch more competitive!
…definitely makes a 2022 RBs-Ticats game a little more interesting to watch..
I think it boils down to the offensive line. If they can keep Masoli healthy then Ottawa will do well.
There were more than a few Ticats fans that were already cheering against Soli so nothing changes for them.
It might be an improvement, but still think it'll be another long year for Ott fans
So far, I'd agree. But FA season can change things quickly. I hope Burke can bring in some more talent.
Andrew Harris IF HE STAYS HEALTHY will give Masoli some serious options. Both of them on the field at the same time behind a good offensive line will run defenses into the ground. Harris knows how to bail out a quarterback in trouble with that ability to turn a relieve valve pass into a first down. He can block too.
We're going to miss him here in the 'Peg.
Masoli impressed me in the east final in 2015 . Before that event had doubts .
The guy seems solid .
I liked his character .
A good QB coach and /or OC who can change things up while the game is going on is the difference maker and could lead him and the team to another Cup run.
But hey if O'Connor is waiting around bring him in if Calgary doesn't want him . You need the pro positive vibes going after all the negativity surrounding the team .
Lot's of great signings so far .
Masoli looks to me like he would be a positive influence on the Canuck .
Mosoli, Acklin & Powell all coming RB's way so far.
East is getting interesting, GC contenders, looking good.
Nobody in HAM was "cheering against" Masoli .
+1 for thread title
Wonder if it will be as popular as the other team forum was
He has to be the starter, it would be absurd otherwise
Powell returns to Ottawa