1 vs. Toronto Argonauts- W
2 at BC Lions - W
3 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers - W
4 vs. Edmonton Eskimos - W
5 at Saskatchewan Roughriders - L
6 vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats - W
7 at Saskatchewan Roughriders - W
8 vs. Montreal Alouettes - W
10 vs. Edmonton Eskimos - W
11 at Edmonton Eskimos - L
12 vs. BC Lions - W
13 at Hamilton Tiger-Cats - W
14 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders - W
15 at BC Lions - L
16 at Toronto Argonauts - W
17 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders - L
18 at Montreal Alouettes - L
19 vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers - W
Things look to be turning around for the Stampeders, but injuries continue to be their biggest enemy. Looking forward to Friday's game @ the Roughriders. It would be great to go into the bye week with a win and doing it by steppin' on the throats of the Roughriders and making sure they stay in the basement.
What a great start to the 2012 season. One of the most complete games by a Stamps team in all the time(over 40 years) i've been a fan. The defense absolutely snuffed out the ground game while the secondary with help from the line limiting Calvillo's time handcuffed the receiving core. Every receiver caught a ball and Tate showed much better poise to start the year. I really wasn't sure what the d would be capable of but if thats any indication she'll be a good year. Other than a few bad snaps and too many turnovers(which didn't cost any points) it went exactly the way they draw it up on the blackboard.
He played decent, had one throw directed at an Alouettes' player that was miraculously not intercepted, had good legs on him and don't think he got sacked.
Good pocket awareness... throwing arm isn't as dynamic as Burris'. Made a couple of mistakes.
Overall, the Stamps above-average offence beat Montreal's below-average defence. If I were an Alouettes' fan, I would not be happy with their d-line at all.