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Mr Dee

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Mr Dee last won the day on January 23

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  1. Did You Know... Yeah, but who doesn’t get a field named after them? Like moi. Ok, maybe a draining ditch culvert isn’t the same thing, but you know what I mean...
  2. AND Last Saturday’s XFL debut on ABC, featuring the Seattle Dragons at the Defenders, generated 3.3 million average viewers. The reduction from one Saturday to the next at the same starting time (2:00 p.m. ET) amounts to 1.173 million. That equates to a slippage of 35.5 percent. On Sunday of Week One, the ABC/ESPN game was televised by ESPN, and it drew 2.5 million viewers. The Week Two Sunday game experienced less of a dip, by 103,000 viewers and 4.12 percent. However, broadcast TV usually generates a much higher audience than cable; thus, it’s fair to assume the audience would have been smaller if the Week Two Sunday game had been televised by ESPN — and that the audience would have been larger if the Week One Sunday game had been televised by ABC. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/02/18/xfl-ratings-dip-on-abc-in-week-two/
  3. No. It’s his choice. Some May call it the D.D. factor...
  4. We did know this.. The Bomber culture keeps on growing. We know it. We hear it all the time. But I still like hearing about it. Here’s Josh Johnson and his take... “I had a few offers… I was talking with Calgary, with Winnipeg and still in contact with Edmonton,” said Johnson in a conversation from his offseason base in Florida. “But talking to different guys around the league and the guys who play in Winnipeg and they were all talking about the organization and how it changes you as a player, about how much they loved playing there.“I know they have a great coach and playing against Coach O’Shea and seeing how he coaches makes you want to play for him. Being a small league you hear so many different stories about playing for different teams. A lot of it is from coaches and when you are around guys who understand the game it makes you want to be a part of it. Talking to so many guys, it had me stuck on coming to Winnipeg.“Plus,” Johnson added with a chuckle, “I already know it’s a good decision because I’ve had so many people welcome me to Winnipeg. It’s really been ridiculous the response from fans, different players and they’re all telling me I’m going to love being there.” https://www.bluebombers.com/2020/02/17/already-know-good-decision-johnson-looking-make-winnipeg-football-home/?utm_source=dlvr.it
  5. Exactly. A Walker and a runner. That would be nice..
  6. Really? If you have options...you look at them. The option they tried, Collaros, is a veteran. It only made sense. That doesn’t preclude McGuire not playing well if he had to go in. It was a bold move that worked out well for us at a time we needed it. Nobody knows how McGuire would have done, or will do now, but there is a belief in him. And there’s nothing wrong with that.
  7. C’mon. What better time for CFL 2.0 than now in the year 2.02.0
  8. Derek - get out of Saskatchewan now, before it’s too late. You were way off base with your earlier power rankings and it hasn’t gotten any better if you’re seriously picking Saskatchewan to be the top team in the CFL Derek, run, run now, and never wear green again.. EARLIER... AND NOW.. There’s more...
  9. Now you’re talking BC.. No better deal in the city of Vancouver than this. A family of 4 can watch pro sports for under $70!!!! This is a promo I was waiting for. This allows families to go to a game without blowing their entire entertainment budget. Well done BCLions. #CFL - Eric Edlund
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