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 interceptionSo, 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...