Just two games ago, I noted that there was still one major question facing the Saskatchewan Roughriders: whether the team’s offence could function without Darian Durant at the controls. But at most one week later than might have been ideal, we seem to have our answer.
No, Drew Willy isn’t anywhere close to Durant’s comfort . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning ‘Rider Blogging
Last week, I noted that even after a 2-0 start, the Saskatchewan Roughriders might be one injury away from some serious problems. And another impressive win later, that number may be down to zero.
But there are a few ways the ‘Riders can handle the late-game injury to Darian Durant. And I wonder whether the . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning ‘Rider Blogging
The last time the Saskatchewan Roughriders beat the B.C. Lions, the storyline involved Saskatchewan getting just enough breaks to overcome a seeming gap in talent. But last night, the ‘Riders managed to win an entirely different type of game.
The ‘Riders’ offence was perfectly prepared for the CFL’s toughest defence: a constant two-back threat . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning ‘Rider Blogging
It shouldn’t come as much surprised that Drew Willy’s first CFL start – against one of the league’s elite teams – resulted in a loss for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. But even an eleven-point loss may have somewhat flattered the ‘Riders.
The game story inevitably revolved largely around Willy. And while he again displayed some ability . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Saturday Morning ‘Rider Blogging
No, the Saskatchewan Roughriders shouldn’t try to plan to win games the way they did today. But while the ‘Riders left plenty of room for improvement, they also showed some positive signs beyond what we’ve seen so far in 2012.
At the top of that list was of course the play of Drew Willy, the . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Afternoon ‘Rider Blogging
Yes, that will do quite nicely.
Which isn’t to say the Saskatchewan Roughriders can rest on their laurels. Yesterday’s 52-0 win wasn’t based so much on a dominant offensive performance as on the Winnipeg Blue Bombers finding all kinds of creative ways to give away points. All the ‘Riders then had to be was opportunistic . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning ‘Rider Blogging