Sunday, 21 August 2016

OFFSIDES...LongTerm Trouble in the CFL?

As the weekend draws to a close, Coach Etch and I give you some Pro Perspective analysis on what was Week 9 in the 2016 CFL season. 

With every winning team scoring at least 37 points during Week 9 (which is probably best case scenario in the CFL Head Office), our OFFSIDES podcast for today takes a look at the LONG TERM effects of higher scoring games.  According to Coach Etch, although the scoring was up, it is NOT a good thing for the CFL.

I think you guys will dig where Coach goes with this, and I also ask him to address some of YOUR comments, especially those who have written in and asked if Saskatchewan's failures thus far OFFEND HIS NARRATIVES that the Chris Jones coaching staff will carry this team.

It's definitely an interesting show, and I'm glad we're dropping it now in order for us to start the week off right tomorrow!

Mailbag Mondays return tomorrow, but for now, here's the latest OFFSIDES podcast (subscribe on iTunes!!!

5 comments:

  1. So does that mean McAdoo does not know how to utilize talent well? Because when Nichols stepped in for Edmonton last year, that offense did not look good.

    Why is Rob Bagg a blocker now?

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  2. Listen = ENLIST: To participate actively in a cause or enterprise.

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  3. I want to hear some memories about the young Darian Durant and how he turned into the leader and face of the franchise. Was he always a leader or did that come with time? When he got playing time in 08 did the rest of the team see that he would turn out to be the man? Was the D confident in him running the O in 09 when he became the starter? I'm just a fan but I remember being mad that he didn't see the field more in 08. I still remember the play in 08 that he made me learn the name Darian Durant.

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  4. Remember when Etch said he considered calling Benevides after week 1 to offer him help?
    I think its time for Etch to call Chris Jones.

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  5. Listen --> SILENT ... Guess there are three ...

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