Saturday, October 22, 2011

Cats Beat Lions in Meaningless Game, 42 to 10

Big Cat victory in the last home game of the season, ending the big Lion win streak and sweeping BC for the season. Glenn played OK in the first half, while Porter played well in the second half. Boltus played poorly in mop up duty at the end of the game, so don't go out and buy a Boltus jersey. Even though the Cats won big, I thought Cobourne played poorly, with a number of easy drops.

Travis Lulay completed less than half of his passes so good on the secondary. Turenne, whoever he is played awesome and is my new hero. Props to Medlock for kicking seven field goals, easily outplaying McCallum who had a pick six that Ray Mariuz ran back.

Since the Bombers won earlier against Montreal, the game was meaningless for Hamilton which ends the season with two meaningless games against Saskatchewan and Toronto on the road. Can Hamilton reach double digits in wins for the first in time in a long while? Who starts at quarterback next week? Who comes back from injury? Will Antonio from Stoney Creek call the Fifth Quarter next week?

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