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Author Topic: Official Game Day Thread - Hamilton at Winnipeg June 24, 2022  (Read 3350 times)
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« Reply #90 on: June 26, 2022, 01:10:14 AM »

Just re-watched the game. As broadcasters have been saying, the Bombers KNOW how to win. It's something between the ears that is not the easiest to explain. When a big play is needed, somebody seems to make it. A lot of it comes down to very good discipline and coaching. Pursuit, gang tackling etc etc. It can come in many forms.

Any number of players could be marked as making THAT play yesterday but we know that games are won or lost on a handful of plays. Making more of those than the opponent is the trick.

In the last couple of weeks I'm going to mention Demski as one of those players that have made critical plays both big and small but consequential. Last week is was getting 8 yards when it looked like a loss behind the LOS. Last night he made several but that catch on the 1 yard line just before half time essentially sealed the fate of the Ti Cats.

It wasn't an easy reception by any description.

Jefferson, Bighill, Liegghio, Collaros and many others stood tall.

Kudos to the team. 3 - 0

Agree

I thought that Collaros was off.  I know I will take it on. The chin for saying that and we do not know sometimes if it was the receiver making the mistake and Collaros was getting more pressure than the last two seasons.  That said there were at least 6 through a that seemed off and he had problems with longer throw accuracy compared to the past.  That said he had good numbers, won and I hope this is rust.
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« Reply #91 on: June 26, 2022, 12:41:24 PM »

Agree

I thought that Collaros was off.  I know I will take it on. The chin for saying that and we do not know sometimes if it was the receiver making the mistake and Collaros was getting more pressure than the last two seasons.  That said there were at least 6 through a that seemed off and he had problems with longer throw accuracy compared to the past.  That said he had good numbers, won and I hope this is rust.
Please agree he was off Parts of the game but the reports the game who is definitely bang on as well. I don?t think we can use the excuse rust any longer too deep into the season. Too many practice sessions, enough games to say rust is a non-factor anymore
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« Reply #92 on: June 26, 2022, 03:18:49 PM »

Anybody notice any injuries on Friday? I didn't see any besides Demski but with 10 days he should be good to go? It was a very physical game from both teams.
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« Reply #93 on: June 26, 2022, 03:35:44 PM »

While T.O got ripped part against BC they were very physical. Let's hope that 10 days rest recharges our guys....

MBT was very upset to get the bench....he is emotional a quick defensive performance by us could have his emotions running wild.

We did it well against Dane

I still have concerns along the o-line. They need to be better
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