|Fri Jul 24||Calgary||Ottawa (Ernest Jackson)||7:00 pm|
|Fri Jul 24||Toronto (Natey Adjei)||BC||10:00 pm|
|Sat Jul 25||Winnipeg (Drew Willy)||Edmonton||7:00 pm|
|Sun Jul 26||Hamilton||Saskatchewan||7:00 pm|
Winnipeg got out to a 16 to nil lead on the defending CFL champions but let the game slip away. The Biggest mistake came with time running out in the 4th and the Bombers down by 1.
Blue Bombers blow chance to stop Stampeders | Blue Bombers | Sports | Winnipeg S
The worst mistake occurred with 1:27 remaining in the fourth quarter and the Bombers on the Stampeders 45 yard line. It was second-and-four, but Willy let the play clock expire. In the last three minutes of a half, that results in the loss of down.
The CBC sums up the loss to Calgary best.
CFL Power Rankings: Week 4 - CBC Sports - Football - CFL
There are two ways to approach this. One, the Bombers built up an early 16-point lead then only found another nine points the rest of the way. Or, Big Blue gave the defending champs a run for their money on the road, just falling short at the end. Late in the season, a loss is a loss, but this early it could be a big confidence boost. Drew Willy was strong (22-of-27, 289 yards) with two TDs and a pick. Four turnovers killed them, plus a blocked punt that went the other way for a TD.
Jackson and the REDBLACKS looked awesome to start the year but have cooled off recently.
Redblacks offence still not ‘there’ | Ottawa Citizen
Much like their win-loss record, the Ottawa Redblacks have been a mix of good and bad in the first quarter of the CFL season.
Some in Western New York may have been able to hear this one live on the radio but if not here is Natey Adjei with Mike Hogan.
Argos All-Access: Adjei and Coombs - Audio - TSN
TSN 1050 Toronto Argonauts play-by-play announcer Mike Hogan is joined in-studio by Argos wide receivers Natey Adjei and Anthony Coombs. Hogie also talks with Argos Offensive Line/Assistant Head Coach Jonathan Himebauch and colour commentator Jeff Johnson.