The following players are on the 46-man roster but won't be playing against the Stampeders tonight:
WR Arland Bruce III
OL Belton Johnson
DT Eddie Steele
DT Jermaine Reid
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2010-10-29 21:05:31
CFL Quick Hits
The Calgary Herald's Allen Cameron explains why Sandro DeAngelis has a few items on his to-do list for his trip to Calgary.
Rob Vanstone has a story in the Leader-Post that explains why Gary Etcheverry and Jim Daley respond to criticism differently.
The Vancouver Sun's Mike Beamish explains why Paul McCallum has been the Lions' most vital player.
The Spec's Drew Edwards has all the news from Ticats practice.
Herb Zurkowsky writes in the Montreal Gazette that kick Damov Duval will be returning to action this weekend.
Ticats.ca's Bert Faibish explains why the latest additions to the defence have made a major impact.
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2010-10-28 09:38:04
Stats From The Streak
The Tiger-Cats are currently in the midst of a three game winning streak. Over the course of the last three game…
- The Ticats have outscored their opponents 106-17
- The Ticats defence has surrendered just four second-half points, and none in the fourth quarter
- The Ticats have had a turnover ratio of +14 (18 takeaways, 4 giveaways)
- The Ticats have recorded seven quarterback sacks while allowing just one
- Kevin Glenn has thrown for 924 yards (average of 308 yds/game), seven touchdowns and two interceptions while completing 63.9% of his pass attempts
- Averaged 414.6 yards net offence per game
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2010-10-27 15:59:42
The Tiger-Cats defence has surrendered just 17 points in the last two games, and has allowed a league-low 372 points this season (23.2 per game).
The Ticats Defence has also...
- not surrendered a touchdown since the :40 mark of the second quarter in the team’s October 8 win over Edmonton, a span of 150 minutes and 40 seconds.
- allowed just 17 points in the team’s last three games, and just four points in the second half of those games.
- forced a league-high 51 turnovers (17 interceptions – 23 fumble recoveries – 11 turnovers on downs)
It's also the only unit in the CFL to feature three players with at least 65 defensive tackles (Jamall Johnson – 85, Otis Floyd – 71, Markeith Knowlton – 65)
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2010-10-27 11:16:08
Misc. Offensive Notes
After allowing six quarterback sacks in the season opener in Winnipeg on July 2, the Tiger-Cats have allowed just 18 sacks in the last 15 games. The Ticats offensive line has surrendered the fewest amount of sacks (24) in the league and has helped DeAndra’ Cobb become one of four 1,000-yard rushers in the CFL this season
The Ticats have not allowed more than one quarterback sack in a game since September 11 vs. Montreal (3)
The Ticats offence has scored 25+ points in six straight games, averaging 33.5 points/game along the way
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2010-10-27 11:03:14