With so much passing in the CFL’s 3-down game, running backs rarely get the appreciation, or the touches they deserve. That’s why it was especially gratifying when Tyrell Sutton was voted The Toughest Player to Bring Down in 2017 by his fellow players: Who is the toughest to bring down? Not only does the rest of… Continue reading January 2018 – Als Re-Sign Tyrell Sutton
It’s not often that you start, basically from scratch, and you can’t help yourself…you’re exited to get going. I mean. We have no quarterback, to speak of. Our defensive unit was hollowed out last year. I’m not even sure if we have a CFL viable receiver. Oh yeah, we picked up Chris Williams. Nice. At… Continue reading January 2018 – Starting Over (and man, does it feel great)
Well…it’s that time again. Players on a losing team wrap their dreams for playoff glory, their hopes for a successful season, and quite possibly their playing careers in a big-assed garbage bag, and head on home. And while Alouettes players slink away with their tails between their legs, radio pundits are left to sort of… Continue reading November 2017 – Garbage Bag Roundup
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Welcome to the zombie-friendly Sergeant Shiltz era. Good thing we got rid of Bridge, Cato and Adams Junior. They were never going to be compatible with the offense Calvillo ran as quarterback. And since our zombie-coach has no positive formation and experience in his present position (what is he, 6-25 as an offensive-coordinator? I’m too… Continue reading Sgt. Shiltz Era has Begun: I Throw NOTHING. I Run NOTHING. I WIN…NO-THING!!!
Even I consider it a harsh criticism. But Jacques Chapdelaine brought baggage into Montreal, and that baggage assured his swift and unceremonious exit. I made things VERY clear last season: the Alouettes, with two bright and talented quarterbacks, and the best defense in the CFL, were one or two moves away from crafting a Grey… Continue reading September 2017 – Chapdelaine Had a Way Forward, Brought Demise on Himself
The history of racism at the quarterbacking position is not a pretty one. It might even be said that to some extent, the history of anti-black sentiment, at least at the quarterbacking position, is the history of the CFL. Or vice versa. It may be difficult to talk about. Especially when an “unbiased” mainstream media… Continue reading August 2017 – Quarterbacking While Black: Racism Still Plagues Football’s Most Important Position