The post Labour Day triple-header was an exhausting and interesting marathon of Canadian football that pointed out how sometimes luck has everything to do with a team’s success.
The Riders 38-24 win over the Blue Bombers has resulted in heart palpations in Winnipeg that perhaps their 7-2 record has somehow been sullied by the Riders stumping the Bombers tempo offense by going down with fake injuries.
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You have to admire how Hamilton can manage to lose on a bye week.
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OK, who saw that happening?
A third of the way through the season; the Riders are 2-4 and hanging on to fifth place in the west. By the time the Banjo Bowl rolls around in just over a month, their season will, for all intents and purposes, be over.
When the Rider media feel free to mock Rider fans following a Rider win, you have to wonder about their medication and why it isn’t working.
One of the interesting games this weekend will be the Toronto/Saskatchewan game on Saturday pitting Marc Trestman against Chris Jones.