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Eternal optimist

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  1. After they won the Grey Cup, this accurately describes my off-season, to date.
  2. The Hamilton Tigers were merged with the Ti-Cats in 1950 due to financial issues, I think it's only fair to merge them with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
  3. If taking victory formations at the end of every practice allows those Tabbies to go undefeated in the regular season, and crap the bed when it matters most in the playoffs, I'm all for it as well.
  4. I know it's not really Walter's style, but we should get a 2019 Grey Cup Champions billboard put up in Regina lol
  5. Fun fact of the day...just how bad are they? The Saskatchewan Roughriders have four (4) Grey Cup championships since being founded in 1910. So do the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, who began competing one year earlier (1909). The difference? The Varsity Blues last eligible season playing for the Grey Cup was 1935. Winning the Grey Cup is a pretty big trick though lol.
  6. Dude - this was obviously a joke, and even if taken seriously, it supported your argument Streveler is a better leader than Nichols. I'm tapping out and eliminating the middle man - enjoy arguing with yourself.
  7. I don't know, he seemed to be "leading" the Grey Cup Parade pretty effectively.
  8. This is by no means an example of Strev being a leader, but man, for a QB, does that guy ever go out and block after handing the ball to Harris. You mean Julian Feoli-Guidino didn't count for this?!??
  9. To quote Skunk - it's my opinion, it can't be false! LOL
  10. This assessment is fair, I can't see Arbuckle signing here without us overpaying for him (and he might not like working 1-2 with Streveler). Besides, the remaining available QBs are either injury prone (Nichols, Collaros, Masoli), more unproven than MBT (Prukop, Cozart), are washed up (Jennings, Franklin), or are just plain bad (Watford, Kilgore, Bridge, O'Brien). In a perfect world - we'd trade Collaros back to Toronto for MBT and THEIR first rounder LOL, dare to dream I guess.
  11. He'll have those Toronto QBs throwing 3 picks to the same player in no time!
  12. I think people are overvaluing what MBT was able to do in Toronto... he did it with no external pressure from an uncaring fan base and media as it became quickly apparent Toronto was the leagues' doormat with their 0-6 start. People are out of touch if they think paid football players don't take teams lightly on occasion.... should it happen? No. Does it happen? Absolutely.
  13. 26-13 TD/INT ratio, with 1 rushing TD. Streveler for comparison had an 8-14 TD/INT ratio (yikes), but also had 12 rushing TDs, which tied for most rushing TDs in the league (the other players were William Powell and Vernon Adams Jr.)
  14. We're talking about the same MBT who had 160 rushing yards this season? To compare, Streveler rushed for more yards in his best two games this year (August 23 - 95 yards, and October 19 - 85 yards)... as a backup (his total rushing for the year was 726 yards).
  15. As an office worker, I hate Thursday night games... if work permits, I plan on (and suggest you do to) taking those Fridays off, makes the game more enjoyable for me, and work doesn't have to deal with me dragging sleep-deprived butt into work on the Friday.
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