TSN compares the 3 games btwn Hamilton & Winnipeg

http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/feature/?id=53042

http://images.tsn.ca/images/stories/2011/10/31/glenn2_50178.jpg

Both Kevin Glenn and Quinton Porter saw action against the Bombers in the regular season, combining to go 63-101 for 780 yards, four touchdowns and six interceptions.
http://images.tsn.ca/images/stories/2011/11/9/buck2_50585.jpg
Buck Pierce turned in three solid outings against the Ticats this season, consistently putting points on the board while limiting mistakes. Pierce finished a combined 47-85 for 683 yards, four touchdowns and just one interception
So, the passing game is there (running game not so much) , just have to limit those turn overs.

Also, love this part of the piece:

THE TIGER-CATS WIN IF... THE BLUE BOMBERS WIN IF...

From the article:

Avon Cobourne struggled to break out against Winnipeg’s top-ranked defence. Cobourne rushed 38 times for 178 yards in three games against the Bombers.
Not sure how that's "struggling". Averages out to 59 yards per game. Over an 18 game season, that would translate to 1,068 yards rushing.

Just like the Montreal game - the regular season means absolutely nothing right now.