Streveler really had me worried for the first couple of quarters- he had happy feet and looked almost panicked. He did have that nice pass to Matthews and it was great to see Matthews fighting for those extra yards. The turning point for Streveler appeared to be in the fourth quarter when the Bombers looked to be in control and then Streveler appeared to relax and just play the game instead of feeling the weight of the world on his shoulders. His feet stopped dancing and his body language said that he was OK. The heartening thing was that the Esks had to know that the Bombers would rely on the Streveler-Harris one-two running punch but were unable to stop them despite having a very good D-line. The Edmonton linebackers were as suspect as I thought they would be. I didn't keep track but it looked like a big part of the game plan for the Bombers was to have Eli in there pushing people around. For me, this game showed that LaPolice is at the very least, a good OC. His plan used Streveler's strengths, and it sure looked like his past plans have had to compensate to Nichols' limitations as a quarterback. Jefferson dominated the line of scrimmage like few d-linemen have ever done and the Esks O-linemen are going to be waking up in the middle of nights for awhile screaming his name.