I was going to post about the ‘Riders’ offseason…until Stephen LaRose said pretty much everything I planned to say. So instead, I’ll stick to pointing out where I’d question or clarify LaRose’s take.
Simply put, I think he’s right to compare the current ‘Rider team to the 1976 version as a needlessly old group assembled . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Afternoon ‘Rider Blogging
Yes, last week’s loss to Calgary was downright ugly to watch at times. But it may also signal some positive changes for the Saskatchewan Roughriders – and we should find out soon whether the ‘Riders can find their way into the playoffs with the players and plans they have now, or whether it’s time to . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Saturday Afternoon ‘Rider Blogging
I haven’t blogged the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ offseason quite as closely as in past years. But in advance of tonight’s season opener against Hamilton, let’s take a quick look at what’s changed since the team’s 2011 flop – and what remains to be improved.
To start off with, the team should have bought itself at least . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Pre-Season ‘Rider Blogging
Having dealt with the question of stadium construction in this morning’s column, I’ll take a moment to comment on the ‘Riders’ offseason – which looks to have taken another turn for the better with the (less-than-surprising) selection of Ben Heenan with the first pick of the CFL draft.
In general, there are two areas . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Draft Day ‘Rider Blogging