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 91 
 on: July 03, 2022, 01:23:33 PM 
Started by gobombersgo - Last post by gobombersgo
Blue Bombers transactions

WINNIPEG, MB., June 30, 2022 - The Winnipeg Blue Bombers today announce the following transactions:

Added to practice roster:

American receiver Carlton Agudosi

Transactions:


2022-06-30   WPG   DEMSKI, Nic   WR   N   Manitoba   Transfer To   Injured
2022-06-30   WPG   NELSON, Ryan      N      Add To   Free Agent
2022-06-30   WPG   NELSON, Ryan      N      Delete From Active   Free Agent
2022-06-30   WPG   WALKER, Ricky   DL   A   Virginia Tech   Add To   Active Roster
2022-06-30   WPG   WALKER, Ricky   DL   A   Virginia Tech   Remove Signed   Free Agent
2022-06-30   WPG   AGUDOSI, Carlton   WR   A   Rutgers   Add To   Free Agent

Darrin Bauming   @DarrinBauming
6'6" receiver Carlton Agudosi has re-joined the #Bombers and is added to the practice roster.

#Bombers announce Nic Demski has been placed on the 6-Game Injured List - this does not mean he will necessarily miss six games, but he may.

 92 
 on: July 03, 2022, 01:21:17 PM 
Started by gobombersgo - Last post by gobombersgo
Blue Bombers add two offensive linemen to practice roster

WINNIPEG, MB., June 30, 2022 - The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announce today that the club has signed American offensive linemen Ryan Nelson and Tyler Witt to the practice roster.

Nelson (6-6, 331, Virginia, August 6, 1999 in Buena Park, CA) joins the Blue Bombers after a four-year college career with the Virginia Cavaliers. Nelson started an impressive 49 straight games beginning in 2018 and helped solidify the Cavaliers offensive line. In 2020, Nelson was apart a leader on an offensive line that was ranked first in the ACC in protection. Nelson was named as a 2021 Phil Steele Fourth Team All-ACC.

Witt (6-2, 305, Purdue, November 17, 1997 in Joliet, IL) joins the Blue Bombers after one season with the Purdue Boilermakers and the previous three with Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Witt made an immediate impact at Western Kentucky playing in each game as a freshman and starting 6. He would go on to start in all 25 games over the next two seasons. The offensive lineman transferred to Purdue to play out his final year of eligibility. Witt finished his college career as a top offensive lineman for the Boilermakers and was named to the Wuerffel Trophy Watch List.

 93 
 on: July 03, 2022, 11:46:14 AM 
Started by ModAdmin - Last post by GOLDMEMBER
Hiring Ex-jets...
This and Chipman always seems to hire people whom has a history with him or the Jets. Chevy is never going anywhere plus Zinger Huddy Vincent Flaherty are all classic examples and are only released after super extended terrible play periods.. It is retread central with the Jets. It is not confidence inspiring.

 94 
 on: July 03, 2022, 11:41:40 AM 
Started by barbk - Last post by GOLDMEMBER
OTT
HAM
MTL
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whoof Princely, lol may be change your Winnipeg pick so the Blue Bombers can win Wink

 95 
 on: July 03, 2022, 11:38:38 AM 
Started by TecnoGenius - Last post by GOLDMEMBER
Call Carol she will fix you up right.

 96 
 on: July 03, 2022, 11:26:11 AM 
Started by Austin85 - Last post by GOLDMEMBER
read the stats man....bandwagon post??    Right now there's none close to him....he's on pace for a record breaking season for a CANADIAN QB!!   Will he have ups and downs?   Most likely however he's got more up than down.   Even Zach has thrown 2 picks but only has 3 TDs.   Nathan has 9!   I've been watching football for 62 years and have never ever seen any QB let alone a Canadian QB....not even Russ Jackson (who was superlative)....have this kind of success!!
You casually downplay this by saying we'll pressure him and be ok.   I think all 3 teams that have played him tried that and how did that work out? You're so **** sure and then call me a bit of a "bandwagon" poster!
EVERY QB has some weakness but my point is about his tremendous upside despite showing us some of his weaknesses.       

Linc speaks the truth. Ding ding. Cool

 97 
 on: July 03, 2022, 11:24:11 AM 
Started by The Zipp - Last post by GOLDMEMBER
I am glad that you posted this because I also saw the holding, but thought that maybe my concern might be just sour grapes about a Rider win in a game where I was expecting the ALS to do better.  I remember seeing a run to the endzone where the Rider O-Lineman had the AL D-Lineman in a chokehold from behind and other blatant holds, not to mention Duke Williams pass blocking with his hands up the DB's sleeve into his armpits.  I get that the Riders are desperate to get their team into the Grey Cup that they are hosting (it was fun watching some of them fearing that they would have to cross over from the east after last week's loss - LOL), but the officials can't turn a blind eye to that crap or to the Riders O-Line (#51) roughing other players to incite them to take misconduct penalties.  There are two teams on the field - call it both ways!
Well stated and welcome Rouge

 98 
 on: July 03, 2022, 05:56:33 AM 
Started by The Zipp - Last post by Rouge2019
Right after the half the Riders went to their old max-hold scheme.  Every single run success was due to excessive holding by SSK.  I'm kind of glad to see Shivers isn't letting me down this year with the cheatin' holds.  SSK going back to old form because they have zero air threat.

And the refs, as usual, just ignore it.  I wonder if SSK got a ref wink & nod at halftime.  We're talking holds right at the point of attack.  It's astounding how good SSK is at this year after year.

They are going to use this run/hold game all season.  This will be their plan against us.  Since the refs won't call it, we'll just have to out-physical them and/or plan to stop the run.  Make Cody throw to no one.  The only threat is KSB.  Duke is worthless, gets hurt every diving non-catch, just like '21.


I am glad that you posted this because I also saw the holding, but thought that maybe my concern might be just sour grapes about a Rider win in a game where I was expecting the ALS to do better.  I remember seeing a run to the endzone where the Rider O-Lineman had the AL D-Lineman in a chokehold from behind and other blatant holds, not to mention Duke Williams pass blocking with his hands up the DB's sleeve into his armpits.  I get that the Riders are desperate to get their team into the Grey Cup that they are hosting (it was fun watching some of them fearing that they would have to cross over from the east after last week's loss - LOL), but the officials can't turn a blind eye to that crap or to the Riders O-Line (#51) roughing other players to incite them to take misconduct penalties.  There are two teams on the field - call it both ways!

 99 
 on: July 03, 2022, 05:35:22 AM 
Started by The Zipp - Last post by TecnoGenius
I've said it every year: we need to coach up SSK level of O (and ST) holding.  If we held as much as SSK then BO/JA would look as good as Morrow.  You really gotta hand it to SSK coaching to hold up to the level the refs will tolerate.

It's precisely what they did that one year ('18?) where Powell destroyed us in the 4th with non-stop running plays and the holds were just disgusting.

If the league is going to permit this, then we need to be doing it too.

I'm just glad we got to see mega-hold SSK in advance of our games with them.  Let's us plan what we'll need to do to stop/counter it.

If you stop SSK's run game, they have nothing on O.

 100 
 on: July 03, 2022, 04:53:10 AM 
Started by The Zipp - Last post by Throw Long Bannatyne
I am astounded at the point of attack holds that led to TDs that were missed. It?s unbelievable. Williams held Sutton #37 on 2 TD plays.....can the Als not challenge the hold on a scoring play?? I know all scoring plays are reviewed, but they won?t call a hold of the refs missed it obviously but they should. Those holds were heinous.

On one of the TD runs you could clearly see a Rider blocker in the background throw a DB to the ground by his facemask, no call.  Duke Williams didn't catch a single pass, but he is a master at holding his block until the ball carrier passes by before releasing him from his death grip. 

Dickie 2.0 has little control over his club, like the Bombers the players have developed their own culture, unlike the Bombers their culture is rancid.  This was the first game this year that I did not enjoy watching.

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