Did Jim Popp REFUSE to improve the O-line to put Rakeem Cato in a bad light, and allow Adams Jr. to SHINE in comparison? In my “heart of hearts” I am ABSOLUTELY certain he did.
There may be some kind of “seasonal disorder” involved, but every once in a while, and seemingly for a few weeks at a time, football games’ commercial time is in part devoted to the vexed problem of “erectile dysfunction”. But as yet, I’ve never seen or heard any commercial OR any other forum…making comparisons and… Continue reading September 2016 – The Cure for Offensive E.D.
When in Week 2 of the 2015 season Rakeem Cato led the Montreal Alouettes to a 29-11 victory over Calgary, the defending Grey Cup Champs, it was the last time Alouettes fans rose EN MASSE, and gave the team AND their quarterback a throaty and exuberant standing ovation. In truth, only Marsh Madness stands out… Continue reading September 2016 – Hey Jacques…No Pressure Bud.
Speaking of Saviours…I’d like to be the 1st to point out that in a deeply Catholic city…appealing to J.C. for help is NEVER a bad idea.
Beef up the line and get Cato out on the edge…AT LEAST often enough to instil doubt in pass rushers’ minds.
That’s ALL I ask.
The Alouettes were tied with Calgary in 2015 for LEAST quarterback sacks allowed (33 Sacks or 1.8 S/G). IN THE SAME SEASON they had the CFL’s leading rusher in Tyrell Sutton. When our DOMINANT offensive line teams up with Rakeem Cato…a truly GIFTED and ELUSIVE runner…the outcome should be GOLDEN. Still…the Edmonton game (Week 8)… Continue reading November 2015 – How to Protect Your Quarterback
The list of COMPLETE two-way quarterbacks in this league reads like a CFL PANTHEON. Who can say if Cato OR Bridge will one day be mentioned in the same breath as Moon, Garcia, Flutie, Dunigan or Allen? I only know they’ll never get there unless WE try.