Uh..............WTF!!!!!

Did the CFL pay us to lose? This is not like us at all!!!! I want to pitch my t.v control through my t.v!!!!!

Forget about it......better to lose now than in the playoffs

So far the Als had shown a lot of discipline on the field, today was the exception...

Took Montreal no time at all to cut the defecit to 1, then it took no time at all for Hamilton to regain the margin. That definately did not look like the '08 Tiger-Cats.

Porter and Calvillo passed for almost 1000 yards, there is usualy one of the 80 or so games like this a year. Great show and I missed it .

I'm as peed off as everyone, but just look at the 3 games we played vs HAM this year :

June 26th: MTL 33 - HAM 10 - We blew them out of their game early...
July 31st: HAM 33 - MTL 40 - Down to the wire game @ McGill, HAM had the momentum, just didn't have enough time...
Oct 4th - MTL-38 - HAM 44 - Down to the wire again...got to give credit to HAM...

I'd rather lose 1 game now and win the next 6 games !

BTW, have you noticed that the CFL site & Als site have the wrong score...

Congrats to Cahoon for his record ! :rockin:

I was unable to watch the game, I was out of town with friends packing things up for our annual moose hunt.

Someone care to fill me in on what went wrong?

Hi Jack
Go to http://WWW.TSN.CA and scroll about half way down the page untill you see "CFL Live on TSN".
Click on "VOD Oct 5: Alouettes vs. Tiger-Cats".
You will then be able to view the entire game.
Enjoy

I guess the Als figured all they had to do was show up and they would clinch first in the East (which ended up happening anyway). Not a big deal but now, they REALLY have to make a statement game this Sunday. I'll bet that Tresman will have them ready!

It wasn't an effort issue. Cahoon and Cobourne turned over the ball (Bad day at the office) to a very hungry team playing for their jobs and still trying to make the playoff. Nothing to be ahshamed off. Ticats adjusted their offense because of their RB injuries and the Als defense got surprised. No issue in my opinion.

Ti-cats still trying to make the playoffs...by a long shot.....

Even by winning their last 4 games, they would have a max of 7 victories...they must finish 2nd in the East division because Edmonton who already has 8 victories are "assured" of the x-over for the 3rd place in the East ...

HAM has a tough schedule ahead with Mtl, SSK, CGY & WPG....

T.O. will face the following: WPG, MTL, BC & SSK....

WPG schedule is: T.O., CGY, MTL & HAM....

I don't know who will finish 2nd in the East, at this point it's still a toss-up for 2nd in East !

Its still possible yet unlikely an most of these guys know they have to show something or their job will be gone and new guys will be brought in next season. Not to mention a new coach. Like I said the chance of Cahoon and Cobourne but turning over the balls for 14 point differentials are pretty slim. You take that 28 point differential and the Als win 52 to 30.

I think it'll definitely be Winnipeg. Hamilton is too far behind them (2 games with only 4 remaining), and Toronto has the toughest remaining schedule in the East. They'll be lucky to win any of their last 3 games.

Hamilton showed great heart. Let's hope they can carry that into 2009.