The mails in! We had a lower volume of questions for the mailbag this week, but just like the prior week, we had questions that were asked differently but chased the same info, so we grouped them into one response. Keep the convo coming folks. I’m glad you guys see this as a resource for information from a different angle (hopefully).
Big practise week coming up for the Green and White. Hamilton is a winnable game, and after four weeks on the road, they’re beginning to show some signs of wear and tear. Saskatchewan has to continue to work hard to block out any unnecessary noise, and really fight to keep practising with intensity and a great attitude. Nobody is going to come into Mosaic Stadium feeling sorry for the Riders, especially black and gold.
Enjoy your week…DOMINATE YOUR MONDAY.
I enjoyed your analysis of the play of rookie Tyree Hollins on riderville.com. It got me to wondering if he was a player that emerged from the free agent camps that the Riders held for the first time in a while, preceding the Florida camp. My question: which players currently on the roster were discovered in the series of the 2015 free agent camps? Did the investment in these camps pay off?
Why wasn’t McCallum kicking the Onside Kick at the end of the game??? (BC vs. SK on Fri)
I missed your CFL League Rankings that you guys did on the Post-Game. Can you give it to us again?
1. Calgary 2. BC 3. Montreal 4. Edmonton 5. Hamilton 6. Winnipeg 7. Toronto 8. Ottawa 9.Saskatchewan (unfortunately).
I originally had Toronto ahead of Winnipeg but then I remembered their failure to stop a Calgary offense that hadn’t practised with the offensive line they were forced to play for an entire half. Hamilton and Winnipeg are pretty interchangeable at 5 & 6 in my mind. I’m giving the TiCatsthe edge because they’ve been road warriors and haven’t played a home game as yet and we’re going into Week 5!
Let me know what you guys think!!!
Would you agree that with giving up the fewest amount of pts (69) and all the turnovers they’ve caused that the ALs have the #1 D in the CFL?
The offense seems to be taking shots early, but less in the end? Is this common?
Lots of talk now, but should Chamblin be concerned about his job?