According to K. Peters in his blog, Obie has only had a few nibbles about trades from other GMs, nothing big was brewing at the time.
He also says that J. Lumsden and K. Keith should both be ready to play and that he hates to see T. Smith sit out.
I'm thinking that if he's right, and both J. Lumsden and K. Keith are in, the Ticats could put in a game plan that is totally unrecognizable from last week's. I wonder if Porter is any good at the option play? How about letting one of K. Keith or J. Lumsden slip out of the backfield for some crossing routes (since Montreal will probably fill the box with all of their linebackers to stop the run)? Hopefully the O-line can find some of their run blocking power that we saw earlier in the season.
In other words, with the return of alot of explosive running ability in the backfield, the Ticats could be a very difficult team to prepare for.