With only four games remaining on the Tiger-Cats schedule and the season lost, let's focus more on one player, an individual of the CFL who has preformed at a high level year after year. Let's take a look at Tabbie Terry Vaughn.
Vaughn, the CFL leader in receptions needs only three more catches to be the first player in the history of the CFL to catch 1000 passes while playing in the CFL, quite a task. This '1000' Vaughn is surely to get, and will be a record, and remembered moment (and number) in the CFL for years to come.
However, another Vaughn '1000' may seem like a bit of a stretch at first, but in reality, it's not. Terry as of September 19th, 2006 has 51 catches for 544 yards this year (10.7 yards a catch) which is well short of 1000 yards receiving. With Vaughn holding a CFL record of 11 straight CFL Seasons with 1000 yards, it seems only fit to help him continue this record. This is not impossible, all we have to do is feed him the ball. With 4 games remaining, Vaughn would have to average 114 yards per game to hit 1000. I would love to see them feed Vaughn the ball, and get him that record.
To Maas, Lancaster, and whomever else deals with the Offense. Get Vaughn the ball, give him long bombs, short slants, medium routes, anything to allow him to continue his record. Who agrees that this team, the offense, should focus on Vaughn for the remainder of the year, and help him acheive yet another record in his remarkable CFL Career.