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Saturday, August 1, 2015

MOSAIC PLACE RECAP: ESKIMOS 30 ROUGHRIDERS 5



EDMONTON (CP) - They are two teams going in completely different directions.

Matt Nichols threw two touchdown passes as the Edmonton Eskimos won their fourth in a row with a 30-5 victory over the winless Saskatchewan Roughriders on Friday night.

The Eskimos (4-1) now sit in sole possession of first place in the Canadian Football League's West Division and haven't allowed a touchdown in two straight games.

Eskimos defensive back Pat Watkins, who had two interceptions including one for a touchdown, said the defence and the offence are really supporting each other.

"We feed off each other,'' he said. "When they make big plays then the defence is on the sidelines ready to get back on the field because we feel like we've got to show our offence that we're the best unit on the Edmonton staff.''

Edmonton head coach Chris Jones was also impressed with his team's defensive play.

"Five points, anytime you can hold them to five - unless you've got four or less - then you're probably happy,'' Jones said.

The loss kept Saskatchewan winless at 0-6.

"We made a lot of mental mistakes and took some bad penalties. When that is happening it is hard to move the football and get into scoring range,'' said Riders receiver Chris Getzlaf. "I'm pretty sure everybody in here is disappointed with where we are, but I think we have a great group of guys who are going to continue to stick together and fight together no matter what. Hopefully we can get this thing turned around.''

Edmonton started with a long and competent opening drive, capped off by a 27-yard TD pass from Nichols to Kenny Stafford. Nichols is the only remaining undefeated starting quarterback in the CFL this season.

The Eskimos added a 31-yard Grant Shaw field goal to lead 10-0 at the end of the first quarter. The Roughriders closed the score to 10-4 at the half with a punt single and a 34-yard field goal by Paul McCallum.

Saskatchewan's third-string quarterback Brett Smith finished the game completing 15 of 22 pass attempts for 132 yards and two interceptions as he took the place of injured QBs Darian Durant and Kevin Glenn.

The Riders recorded another punt single early in the third quarter before Edmonton responded with a 44-yard Shaw field goal.

The Eskimos found the end zone again with five minutes to play in the third, after Smith was picked off by Watkins, who took the ball back 46 yards for the score.

Smith was intercepted again by JC Sherritt on the next series, leading to a 14-yard field goal by Shaw to make it 23-5 for Edmonton.

The Eskimos continued to control the game six minutes into the fourth as a nice 31-yard pass and run by Shakir Bell set up a nine-yard passing TD from Nichols to Kendial Lawrence.

Nichols has won all four of his starts this season since taking over from the injured Mike Reilly.

Edmonton is on the road for its next two games, heading to B.C. to face the Lions next Thursday. The Riders are next in Toronto next Saturday to tackle the Argonauts.

Saskatchewan coach Corey Chamblin said he's not ready to throw in the towel just yet.

"It's not an eight-game season or a nine-game season. It's an 18-game season,'' he said. "I am built to fight to the end. The season is never lost. The Grey Cup may be lost, but we still have something to fight for, even if it is our pride.''


POSTGAME COMMENTS

HEAD COACH COREY CHAMBLIN

- At halftime we thought we had a chance.  It was there but like everything else, with those one or two plays it put his behind and put us too far to come back.

- That's his job (Chris Jones' blitzing).  If I was in his situation I'd do the same.  Walking in as a lame duck, they tried to put the fire out.

- We kept fighting, that's the only thing we can be happy about.  The guys aren't finger-pointing.  They're hanging in there trying to find a way to win.

- Offensively they were clicking for awhile.  As we build on D, we're building on offense too.  It's a never-ending cycle now.

- The biggest thing is, when you have a QB, everybody has to be positive.  You can't have mistakes around a young QB and then you push to make it better.  He did something to try and get us out of a hole, but we made too many mistakes around him.

- We're taking too many penalties.  Some are selfish and some are mental.  We have to hang in there and make the right plays.

- They loaded the box.  You don't want to run into a brickwall.

- Fight through it.  This is a tough situation and you have to fight through it.

DE JOHN CHICK

- I was proud of how the defense played today.  You don't like to give up seven on the first drive.  Lack of takeaways was a problem too but it was a good first step.

- It always feels good to get sacks but the scoreboard says something else.  You can always do more.  That's where you're at.  Stats are nice but shoot, I'd take a W over that any day.

- Absolutely.  I felt from the beginning of the season I need to lead.  As the leaders, we need to find a way to get more out of ourselves and emphasize what we need to do come game time.

K PAUL MCCALLUM

- This is a young team.  It was a veteran team in Vancouver.  We have a lot of injuries and mental mistakes.  We're shooting ourself in the foot and taking ourself out of scoring positions.  We have to keep plugging away.  It's not going to get any easier.  We have to stick together and keep fighting.

- I didn't even know (*he kicked his 700th career field goal).  That's pretty cool.  If I'd known that, I would've kept the ball.  It's a team sport so it's nice to do that but it puts a big damper on it when you don't come out with the victory.  I'm trying to keep the spirits up.  You can't listen to all the negative stuff.  We have to focus on what we can control which is working hard in practice and not making mistakes in the games.

- It was positive at halftime.  There wasn't a sense of urgency.  They scored on their opening drive but we hung in there.  I thought at halftime we just had to play smart, eliminate the penalties, and we'd be okay.

- Lawrence is a great returner and the guys did a phenomenal job covering.  With the way Ray's kicking the ball, you couldn't ask for anything better.

90 comments:

Anonymous said...

not the last of o-linemen taking penalties to take first downs and likely TD's off the board. same ol. by game 6 they're just not smart enough nor good enough.

Anonymous said...

Why would you blitz Brackenridge? He doesn't even know how to tackle any one.

Anonymous said...

If the Riders had an owner, he'd be asking himself who the hell signed Sunseri and is in disbelief he's paying him.

Anonymous said...

Stupid penalties by veteran players!
Patrick

Anonymous said...

Every once in a while Taman lands a fish. This year it's Ray Early. But don't tell me he's being properly coached. Twice he's had the opportunity to pin the Eskimos deep and both times it's went for a single. Who coaches this outfit?

Anonymous said...

Hey at least they could still finish 12-6

Anonymous said...

Why would you use an American for safety when he's beat on every play?

Anonymous said...

Another Rider loss and a dead Rowdy Roddy Piper. Can life get any worse! Lol!

Anonymous said...


It could be worse Rider fans. You could have Mike Gibson as coach.

Anonymous said...

The problem is Corey Chamblin's ego. He thinks he's as good as Chris Jones and he's not.

Anonymous said...

Re-Release that Sunseri. Absolutely useless. Let Price and Sims back up next game. We now have a 12 game 2016 pre-season..Lots of time to prepare for next season. Dennis

Anonymous said...

Not much else to say other than 0-18

Anonymous said...

What's funnier than 0-6 is Carteri says he thought they were going to keep on trucking in the second half.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure Mike Gibson would be at least 1-5 by now

Anonymous said...

0-8 is a given , next two at Toronto and vs Calgary.

Anonymous said...


I just threw up in my mouth a little bit after reading the Mike Gibson comment. That would be absolutely horrible!

GWil26 said...

Offence blew this one. The back to back ints took us from down 8 to down 18 in a matter on minutes. Brackenridge is not himself and like someone above said why not start Webster or someone instead if he can't make plays?

Anonymous said...

Sadly I'm to the point where I'm becoming indifferent. May as well set a record for futility and go 0-18 especially if we're going to play Tino. Brutal!!

Anonymous said...


No reason to pull Smith! That was a terrible move to make. What does it say for the kid's confidence when you do that. Sunseri shows again he doesn't have what it takes to play this game. Nobody wanted him when he got cut yet we gave him another chance. Cut bait and move on!

Rick

The Dutch Treat said...

Two more games and the media here will owe Kirk Penton an apology when Lapo is the new Head Coach. #FireChamblin

Anonymous said...

What is sadder than 0-6? Going to Riderfans.com and seeing over 12 hundred comments on the game thread. I can just imagine all these losers sitting in their Mom's basement having failed to pick up some fat mess at the Exhibition sitting at their computer eating their Cheezies and drinking their Super Big Gulp thinking they are super-important by "breaking down" the game with all of their equally nerdish friends. I lost a case of beer because of that disturbed fraternity tonight. DAMN!!!

Kevin

Anonymous said...

Fire Chamblin now!

Anonymous said...

Play for the first choice in the draft, like the Oilers. Like the previous comment, I am feeling indifferent also.

Anonymous said...

Throw would Mike Gibson possibly be any worse? We're 0-6. Worst start I've ever seen in my life!

Anonymous said...

I'm with Rick!

Anonymous said...

Just do not care any more this year. Done watching CFL this year, on to NFL and NCAA and waiting for next years training camp. If Durant is done(possibility exists) then next year will be more of the same.

Anonymous said...

I had something to say, but I completely forgot after reading Kevin's comments. I may laugh myself to sleep now. ITS TRUE!!!!

Kevin S said...

Go Blue Jays. This Rider squad takes to many penalties.......they beat themselves. Not well coached and if Sunseri is best option Taman can find I think that is obvious what needs to happen.

Dennis said...

Just happy that Smith never got killed tonight. If Glenn doesnt come back this season, dont know how we win a game this year, not being negative just realistic>

Anonymous said...

Did you get banned from Riderfans Kevin, sure sounds like it.

Dennis said...

Also have a problem with Chamblin getting in Demski's face after he took offside penalty, does Corey do this to all players if they take bad penalties. Haven't seen Demski take penalties for him to deserve that, maybe CC should scream at his oline about all the procedure and other bad penalties they have taken this year.

Curtis said...

Given his play in the 4th quarter, it is obvious that Tino does not belong on the Riders. If the Riders are going to develop young QB's then they should develop those QB's that have a reasonable chance to improve. Tino has had lots of chances and every time he blows it. Release Tino and elevate the next 2 up.

Anonymous said...

Scruffy was right on Wednesday when he asked what happened to Barron Miles! At least our DB's weren't pillowy soft when he was here!!

Anonymous said...

To add to what Dennis says.

Did CC tear a strip off of Watman after his dumb move that cost us Kevin Glenn last week? That was very Kavis Reedish of him!

Anonymous said...

Hey Kevin

FYI: Someone has started a bring in Casey Printers thread!

Comment of the year my man. Well done!

Murdock said...

Paul McCallum says there was no sense of urgency at halftime.
At 0 wins, why have a sense of urgency anyway. Not urgent to be 0-6 but that's where we are. No urgency next week either. I saw a WMBL game tonight, far better than watching the Riders.

SK Oiler Fan said...

The CFL is going to loose alot of fans this year. Come on! Tino? There's CIS QBs better than him. Play the young QBs. At least they get some experience out of the game.

Anonymous said...

what bout getzlaughs offsides? year after year! riders penalties attribute to their futility!

SK Oiler Fan said...

Looked like high school football tonight. Dumb Penalties! The players don't even know the snap count? Yes, they don't match up in talent, but they're not prepared to play! I don't know what your going to talk about for 4 months Rod! You surely can't talk about the Riders. Go Jays!

Anonymous said...

Actually it appeared to be Getzlaf who was the one offside.

Anonymous said...

I now know how oiler fans feel being eliminated basically from the playoffs in the firs month of the season.

Anonymous said...

Ballsy and Luc are KILLIN it tonight. What happened to Dominguez?

Anyone who would rather listen to the second-rate show is a second-rate fan!

Anonymous said...

When Tino got sacked, they didn't hit him hard enough.

w said...

Assuming coach wanted to see what Tino had, I'd like to know what he saw in Tino other than mishandling 3rd and 1 snap then playing deer in the headlights the rest of the way.

For god sake, how much worse is Price or Sims going to be?
True to form, Taman has a half team's worth of cast offs.

Anonymous said...

Can Ball ever shut up and have the courtesy to let Luc or callers FINISH speaking?

Anonymous said...

Chamblin has to go and if Taman won't gas him then he has to go as Roy and Danny. Aw forget it they both have to go. It's up to you Mr. Reynolds.

Anonymous said...

Classless, CLASSLESS move by Chamblin to get in the kid's face for going offside. If I was Demski I would have told him to go f*ck himself. The kid took it tho'. He's got more class than the lame duck HC.

Anonymous said...

cfl fans nationwide are walking around with a small grin on. the mighty rider nation is getting its come up ins. i for one am loving it.

Doovy 49 said...

Brett Smith did himself proud. Given the chance he will become a star in this league.

Anonymous said...

Nothing more enjoyable than watching whinernation on a winless streak ,I love seeing all these crybabies walking around like they have no reason to live and totally seeing the smirk wiped off their faces .You will now see the true whinernation fall off the bandwagon and stop supporting the lowly riders just hope they don't need another phone telethon to save the team like back in the early 80s,This is proof that they only support a winner far from being the best fans like only they think they are

Anonymous said...

If Brackenridge is injured then put him on the IR, if he isn't then cut him because he's playing like he's got sprained ankles and broken arms.

Anonymous said...

Not a single comment on any positives. Smith shows some promise. D showed a lot more hustle. Lots of gang tackling and really came up huge on a couple sacks when needed the most. Give those guys some credit. Half of them are rooks or replacements. I know injuries are no excuse yet I hear it said Ham had no running game till Gable returned and Cal has had some trouble with two O linemen out and on and on. Very confusing.

Anonymous said...

Are some of you people for real, now it's pick on Brackenridge time. Wow who's next. We should be looking at the stupid penalties we are taking and the self proclaimed "Great" coach who freaks on a rookie on the sidelines. If he freaked on everyone for taking penalties there would be a line up waiting on the sidelines.

Shirley White said...

I agree about Getzlaf. He is Always offside!! Drops the ball a lot of the time. I would like to see him replaced.
Avoidable penalties are costing The a Riders!

Anonymous said...

Smith played his ass off, but didn't get much help from some of his teammates (i.e. penalties). Too bad because I thought he did extremely well given the short week and lack of practice time and his total lack of pro experience. Interceptions for a rookie QB are almost mandatory under these circumstances, but unfortunately those two picks came at the worst possible places on the field. Tino was abysmal, but I still think Smith was pulled in order to keep him from getting killed. It's his team right now and we don't need to lose another QB to injury. If Stephen Hawking had been the backup last night, I think Chamblin would have made the same move if only to protect Smith.

lee said...

i have been thru some lean years as a rider fan,(in my 40 plus years) will still be with them at the end of the year reason being i hurt my ankle years ago jumping off and on the bandwagon years ago

GWil26 said...

Stop defending that "kid" for going offside... Chamblin did what a HC is supposed to by getting in his face. That penalty was huge and took points off the board.

Mike Oliver said...

Learn the game before you spout off. IDIOT.

Terry Sproat said...

I hated the coach getting in the young players face publicly when it was not clear who was off side! Reminds me of a certain BC coach last year who was constantly ranting at the players while the whole country watches..I was totally behind our coach...not now! As for Smith, he showed some brilliance and once again was denied by stupid penalties! I don't have the answers but I for one will stay true to the team and hope for the best going forward!

Lewis Grant said...

the mighty rider nation is getting its come up ins. i for one am loving it.

Do you mean "getting its comeuppance"?

Looks like someone didn't exactly love English class.

Darryl said...

Why doesnt Getzlaugh get yelled at for his consistent twice a game offside and twice a game drops.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

He's right. Brackenridge is a joke. He hasn't made a good play all season!

Anonymous said...

I have no problem losing but to be embarrassed this way is what really gets me down. The offence is missing their top 2 QBs so they have an excuse to play poorly. But the defence has NO excuse. There's very little talent on that defensive side of the ball. I mean you know its bad when you're starting a rookie CIS defensive tackle (Connop)

Anonymous said...

I'll be with them to the end. I've been a Rider fan all of my 62 years & I've never jumped off the bandwagon. While I don't think we are going to far this year I will continue to support & cheer for them. It's not like they are trying to lose, GO RIDERS!

Anonymous said...

Easy to blame the coach (wasn't he coach of the year recently - how did he change so much). Maybe injuries to key positions have made the difference.

Anonymous said...

The Riders can avoid going 0-7 IF Brett Smith can do his best Johnny Manziel (college version) in Toronto. I hope he can.

The silver lining in this whole ordeal which started with the loss of Durant and then the season is that the Riders WILL pick #1 in the 2016 CFL college draft.

Old Hank

Anonymous said...

I bet offshore 30-4 final, missed it by a point!

Anonymous said...

There were some positive comments on the d-line and Smith. However some of the other facts articulated were to succinct for the viewing public. Evidently it's now circle the wagon time within a particular element. Eventually what will be will be. The truth is like a breaking dam. It can only be held back for so long. With the HC telling people "were not going to the Grey Cup" pretty much shows it's throw in the towel time on the season. It has already become moral victories time in Riderland. The HC looks beat, the team looks beat. Now younger fans will get to see what we had to endure in the 70s, 80s and 90s.

I like Smith but I disagree with feeding him to the wolves. Young QB' rarely develop properly that way. Rielly, Willy, and Collaros were all understudies to good QB's for at least a couple years. We ruined a couple last season and hope that doesn't happen again. I hated to hear the HC's comments because it assures we're done at the one-third point of the season. The games and sores are getting worse. Little things aren't being fixed. Discipline continues to be non existent. Guys don't know or can't do their assignments. While the defence gets all the heat, the offence has had it's problems too. Let's hope the light at the end of the tunnel they talk about isn't a freight train.

Anonymous said...

What's with all the whiners going on about Chamblin's fieldside behavior?

He's the Coach!! The boss! Successful coaches do these things. It's not like there haven't been enough penalties and the team wasn't aware of the need to get rid of stupid penalties. If Chamblin got in the face of the wrong player, it's only because the wrong player got identified over the PA by the refs. (BTW: there were two players who were offside and #9 was one of them.)

Truth is: the riders lose because of a lack of talent brought on by injuries and poor recruiting. No coach would win with this bunch.

Rob in Stoon

Anonymous said...

Team lacks an identity and leadership.

Anonymous said...

Fire everybody, get rid of all the players, and while they do that get rid of Rod and Carm. You guys are horrible and clearly need to brush up on the rules. You guys are terrible.

Anonymous said...

Smith did pretty good for his first start. I used to think that we didn't give Sunseri enough of a chance but after last night, I agree with everyone and think it's time to cut him for good. He just doesn't move!

Anonymous said...

I am losing interest in this season. Which is not good, as I won't be at the Rider's store buying anything; may decide to miss watching a couple of games; etc. I am a Rider's fan, but this is too painful to watch already. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

time for the sunset to set on Chamblin. Won 2 of last 17 games including playoffs in past two years and is 12-15 including playoffs from start of 2014 until now. All teams have had to endure injuries and they're still winning. We aren't.
I predict Lapo will be in if we lose to TO next Saturday as there is a two week break. Maybe let Quick go and bring Etch back.
Chamblin wouldn't be so bad if he didn't rant in the media as to how wonderful he is. Well Mr. Wonderful, how does potentially being 0-18 sound as that's where the team is headed.......

Anonymous said...

"Saskatchewan Roughriders gm Taman fails" to adhere to organizational franchise principles. Only recourse is to relieve him immediately of his duties.

Anonymous said...

As Gary Lawless explains, Roughriders GM Brendan Taman is set to recommend the firing of head coach Corey Chamblin when he meets with team president and CEO Craig Reynolds as early as Sunday to discuss the future of the struggling team. - TSN website


Taman is the one bringing in talent, talent infusion is the problem. You have the 30+ year old guys who were brought in by Shivers and Tillman and then you have everyone else brought in/signed by Taman. The fact each season depends on the 30+ year olds for the Riders season to be a success goes to show Taman is the issue.

Anonymous said...

After a lot of reflection I've come to the understanding that I don't understand anything at all. Something clearly needs to be done, but what? I have my doubts that firing the coach is the answer to anything. He has been operating almost a full season without his #1 QB. Last year he had nothing after DD went down. This year he had Glenn but he is only a proven backup, not a starter who has ever taken a team the distance. At some point the management and depth assembled has to be questioned. It doesn't appear the talent assembled matches up very favourably with a lot of other teams, including a couple of the sad sack teams last year from the East. Montreal is better as is Ottawa.

The new rules have created some problems for most, but they have been our kryptonite. Montreal brought in Stefan Logan who is a weapon to be used with the new rules. Hamilton has Banks. With the new contact rules you need bigger and harder hitting DB's. There are more completions so you need to really lay licks on people to make them think and drop passes, as opposed to having them shake you off as your grabbing their ankles. It appears we didn't identify the new rules well and keep pace with the type of players we need to succeed.

At the very minimum we need to bring in a bonafide DC and have the HC strictly focus on being a HC. It's obvious we need some help in some areas. We also have to look at constructive trades that make us better going forward. We may need to shake this team up to it's core because this isn't working notwithstanding the injuries. If help doesn't arrive in the way of consultants, trades or whatever nothing will change. Something has to happen but as I said I don't know exactly what that needs to be be. With each loss tempers and patience grows thinner.

Anonymous said...

Does Macho Harris even have any arms? Sure couldn't tell by his tackling!

Anonymous said...

Old Hank: Do you seriously think Taman would keep that #1 pick. He would trade it in a heartbeat, which wouldn't be a bad thing except he's never made a good trade...never.

Anonymous said...

What's with the grammar lessons all the time? So some people aren't as brilliant as you - but you knew what he meant. Cut them some slack man...

Rod in Saskatoon (still temporarily in Vegas, but still checking Roddy's blog, please take note of my correct grammar, idiot...)

Anonymous said...

The exhibition isn't at Evraz Place, it is right here at rodpedersen.com. Where are the lobster corndogs?

Anonymous said...

there's always stuff behind the scenes that we don't know about or better yet don't want to know about. The players are saying the locker room is good, but they were mum when Marshall was coaching. Then it all came out that he lost the locker room, and Durant finally admitted that Doug Berry and him didn't get along. I kinda think Taman has to do something quick, ( and let quick go as well, play on words) or his butt is on the line and fan support will drop faster than grain coming off a truck at a Wheat Pool elevator in Southey...

Anonymous said...

Someone alert Kevin!! Cory Britton (aka Britz11)on everyone's favourite fanpage is having a meltdown over the Lawless report. He is probably at the airport waiting for Benavides or Lapo to land!

Anonymous said...

Too bad for the coach that he thinks we are all a bunch of hayseed Hicks that don't know what arrogance looks like and don't take offense to being spoken down to in the media. we are respectful people in this province and we give people a chance but if you piss us off – you are done. You pissed us off and Now you are done. Just because we drive half contracts and aren't wearing Versaccev designer clothes, doesn't mean we don't know what an out-of-control Egomaniac looks like that is putting itself ahead of our hundred year tradition. you taunted us and now you are on your way out. Don't let the door hit you in the ass buddy. Oh – and by the way - You brought this on yourself. You had our hearts at one time and you were too arrogant to admit your mistakes and then you got confrontational with us. Later man! There are grandmothers in this province that no more about football than you appear to know. Stop looking down your nose at people and maybe – if – you ever get another chance, you will not make the same mistakes again. Your pride got you here partner. Sorry that your family has to go through the turmoil of you being fire – but you rang the bell. Don't piss off the people of this province. It has not ended well for anyone that has ever done it!

Brock said...

If Chamblin is fired, Mitch Blair needs to eat some crow. Talking down to fans the whole time like he was smarter than everyone. Too many "give your head a shake" type comments. Maybe he should walk the plank too.

Anonymous said...

Just read the Lawless article and I am truly disgusted at that type of reporting. Firstly it attributes the source as being a senior executive person. Who would divulge such stuff even if there were some merit to it, and why? It says BT will ask the BOD to dismiss the HC. It goes on to say that if that permission isn't given it will because they BOD plan a big house cleaning at the end of the season.

The way that article was framed it made it look bad for the people involved. Very bad. Now what if none of this is true! It would then be like trying to get tooth paste back into the tube. I personally have some issues with the direction that management is heading and that's only my opinion. I am all about making correct decisions for the right reason and then executing those decision with class and dignity shown to those directly affected. That article almost paints a lose lose scenario. Again what if none of it is true? I doubt Lawless would have written a false article, therefore the information from his source would have been false. If true in some way then someone failed to exercise professionalism, confidentiality, and class.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Reynolds; Taman and Chamblin are both counterfeit. Do something about it.

Anonymous said...

What. The so-called best run organization in the CFL is in shambles. What a mess. Enjoy the ride.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the Riders will try to get Tate out of Calgary?