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  1. It would be hard for me to be a Ref when Dickenson is in full whiny mode. I’d flag him for unnecessary whinyness.
  2. Mr Dee

    East Final: HAM @ OTT

    Well, the extra ref has no flag and has to report infractions to the Head Ref who then makes the call. Did you hear something different about who actually made the call?
  3. Mr Dee

    East Final: HAM @ OTT

    8th ref? 1st call? FAIL!
  4. Mr Dee

    East Final: HAM @ OTT

    Laval Ottawa is putting it to St Xavier Hamilton.
  5. Mr Dee

    East Final: HAM @ OTT

    Let’s see. Ottawa 1 Offensive TD Hamilton 0 offensive TDs Masoli 2 TDs...for Ottawa Jonathan Rose 1 TD...for Hamilton Song of the day? “No Time” - Guess Who
  6. Mr Dee

    East Final: HAM @ OTT

    The 8th ref isn’t to be trusted with his own flag. He must relay his call to the Head Ref...(can’t call any other penalties)
  7. Mr Dee

    East Final: HAM @ OTT

    Roughing the passer called. The new official calling it? Of course, no mention from the TSN crew.
  8. CFL Game #94 West Final - Winnipeg at Calgary:  Stampeders vs Blue Bombers: This will be the first playoff meeting between them since the 1982 West Division Semi-Final won by Winnipeg 24-3 at Winnipeg Stadium. It is their first West Final match-up in the 53 years since 1965 and in the Single-Game Final Era (1972-->). Note: They did play a single-game final in 1945 immediately after the re-start following WW II.  Winnipeg Finals Dominance: This will be the 7th Western Final match-up between Winnipeg and Calgary and their first since 1965. Calgary has never beaten Winnipeg in a Div-Conf Final in 6 previous tries: 1945, 1946, 1947, 1961, 1962 & 1965. Since the CFL itself was formed in 1958, Calgary and Winnipeg have yet to play a SINGLE-GAME Final before now (5 of the prior 6 Finals were Two-Game Total Points Series and one was an immediate 1945 Post-WW II special one-game playoff).  The Last Winnipeg Playoff Win at McMahon?: The last Bombers' playoff victory in Calgary came in the deciding game of the 1965 Best-of-3 Western Final Series on November 20, 1965 by 19-12. The star that day was Ken Nielsen who had 189 yards on 5 catches for 2 TDs. The longest of those set the CFL playoff record with a 109-yard connection with Kenny Ploen.  First since 2011/2002: Winnipeg's victory in Regina last week was their first in 7 years since the 2011 East Final over Hamilton (19-3). Given their bouncing back and forth between Divisions, it was their first Western Playoff win since the 2002 West S/Final.  Reaching the Grey Cup from 3rd Place: With a win the Bombers can keep alive a chance to win the Grey Cup from 3rd Place, a task that requires two road wins and a neutral site victory as well. It hasn't been done since 2005 - the last teams being Edmonton in 2005 and BC in 2000.  Reaching the Grey Cup: A win by Calgary would take them to the Grey Cup for a 3rd year in a row - something that the Stamps have never done in their entire history. The last CFL team to get to the Cup in 3 straight years was Montreal from 2008 to 2010.  QBs - Most Consecutive Years with a Playoff Win: Having led the Stampeders to a playoff win in each of the last 4 years, Bo Levi Mitchell will be trying to join an elite group with wins in 5 years in a row or more: (1963 to present)  5000/1000 ?: In 2018 the Stamps became the first team to ever have a 5,000 yard passer and yet have no 1,000-yard receivers. that clinched the #1 spot in the West as late as it gets. It is the first time that they won their final game of the season since 2015.  Important! Who Leads After Q1: Across 2017-18, Calgary & Winnipeg are a combined 35-6 when they lead after the 1st Quarter and just 9-13 when they do not. So the team that is ahead after 15:00 this week is the more likely to go on and win.  Mitchell in the Playoffs: This will be the 6th career playoff start for Bo Levi Mitchell and he is 4-1 to date averaging 302 yards per game started. His TD:INT Ratio is 6.0 to 1 (12 TDs, 2 INTs) and the 2nd-highest in all of CFL playoff history (trailing only Mike Reilly). Mitchell will be trying to lead his club to a playoff victory for the 5th year in a row.  Matt Nichols - 133 in a row: Nichols evened his playoff record as a starter at 2-2 last week with the road win at Saskatchewan. Nichols made it 4 straight playoff starts without an interception last week and his streak is now 133 consecutive pass attempts without an INT. The CFL playoff record was set by Mike Reilly across 2014 to 2017 with 194 passes in a row with no INTs.  Drives with the game on the line: Last week the Bombers led by just 13-12 but responded with 3 clutch offensive drives and 9 first downs that provided 10 points and sealed the win.  Last week's Pass Defence: The Bombers held Saskatchewan to just 42 yards passing in the 1st half, 100 yards overall and sacked Brandon Bridge 4 times on drop-backs with great coverage. The Riders were able to complete only 12 passes all day and the Bombers made 2 interceptions which they turned into the ONLY Points Off Turnovers in the game.  Stopping Harris - 100+?: With 5 games of 100+ yards this year, Andrew Harris now has 21 in his regular season career in 128 starts. Only ONE of those (Nov 1/13) has come against Calgary however. The Stampeders have held Harris to under 60 yards rushing in 13 of the 18 starts he has made against them. In 2018, he was held to under 100 yards combined in the 2 games (13 & 86 yards). In 7 playoff starts, Harris has yet to reach 100 yards though he has had 60+ on 4 occasions.  Justin Medlock: Ranks #23 all-time among playoff scorers with 88 points and can easily move into the Top 20 this week. He is 22- of-26, good for an 84.6 mark, #7 all-time in the playoffs despite missing one last week at Regina.  Rene Paredes: Rene Paredes comes in with a 17-of-19 FG mark good for 89.5% and #4 all-time. He missed his only playoff FG attempt last year however. Paredes ranks #26 all-time with 77 career playoff points.  Weston Dressler: Comes in to this game as the leading ACTIVE playoff receiver with 865 yards on 53 catches, good for #13 all- time. He has made at least one reception in all 10 of his career playoff games.  Winnipeg at Calgary: The only 2 wins that the Bombers have in Calgary recently have come AFTER the Stamps have clinched 1st place (2014, 2017). Since 2003, Calgary is 14-2 at home vs Winnipeg; with Bo Levi Mitchell starting they are 4-1 vs WPG.  Last home win: The Stampeders have not won at McMahon Stadium since Sep 28/18 and have not beaten a West Division club there since September 3rd (75 days ago as of Sunday).  Calgary & Winnipeg: Were #1-2 in 2018 in scoring, fewest penalties, fewest big plays allowed and tied for the Sacks lead.  Nichols INTs: Matt Nichols has thrown just one interception and has 8 TD passes (incl. playoffs) since Sep 21/18.  2018 West Final matchup: The following key statistics came out of their 2-game 2018 season series along with 2018 Rankings: - The season series was split with each team winning at home; Calgary has won 15 of 18 games since 2011. - Each team overcame a half-time deficit to win with a big 20-point Quarter in the 2nd half. - The 2018 series was highlighted by Pass Offence - each team averaged more than 350 passing yards per game. - In the first game Bo Levi Mitchell set a (then) career-high with 458 passing yards and did not throw an interception in either game. - Andrew Harris was limited to 13 rush yards in Calgary but had 86 on 15 carries in the most recent game. - Ja'Gared Davis had 2 INTs and a TD; Micah Johnson had one Sack in each game. - 4 of Winnipeg's 5 TD drives came in the 2nd half; Calgary scored either a TD or Field Goal on 12 of their 32 drives (38%) - Calgary stayed away from Adam Bighill who had just 4 tackles in 2 games; Alex Singleton had 13 tackles.
  9. No mention of dirty tactics being taught here..
  10. Cynical. That’s what word comes to mind. Fans complain on what’s going on at field level and when the league jumps on the problem..more complaints. So, they contact all nine teams and get feedback, and come up with an interim solution until the off season, and still it’s not enough? I’d be more worried if the problem was ignored.
  11. Please don’t let it be a mic’d up game..