Discussion in 'Calgary Stampeders Talk' started by Madman, Sep 5, 2012.
Cornish does it again
The article quite properly points out that Corndog ran for 71 yards, and caught 4 passes for 23 more and a major, but it didn't mention one of his most memorable contributions to the cause in the form of the devastating hit he levelled Sewell with in the 1st quarter....
Maybe the nascent suggestions and speculation that he's up for a disciplinary review after that hit will now cease.
After all, does the CFL really want to appear as silly as it would look by imposing a penalty on him for his alleged transgression while awarding him 'Canadian Player of the Week' for his on-field exploits in the same game?
Yeah, on second thought...never mind.
This is the CFL we're discussing here....
I guess stranger things have happened.
Could it be, *GASP*, that Jon Cornish is the best Canadian player in the CFL?!?!
Yes he is. (knowing who reads these posts )
Eskimos fans are disgusted with the hit but considering it was legal they should really quit their whining.
I'm sure he is. Just ask him.
I was beginning to think ztella was a bit of an @$$, after he went off PUBLICLY on the O-Line after BC trashed us at home. But he has come out and backed his mouth up with his actions, since then. Leading the league in rushing says it all.
Keep up the good work Jon!
only the truly great can mouth off then back it up on the field.
Nice to see you back around these parts, Doogie!
I don't know if Corndog will reply to any of this since he seems to have made himself somewhat scarce recently after an initial flurry of activity on our board, but maybe your own return and your remarks (and the comments of others in this thread) will draw him out again.
Don't be a 'shrinking violet', Jon!
After all, we're your friends here, too!
he seems to like RF.com better. off the field and on the field he likes to flirt with danger.
Don't forget the o-line involvement in Jon's turnaround. As Cornish keeps repeating every chance he gets, they've been doing a great job lately. I'm sure they weren't happy with being called out publicly, but they've responded and I'm sure they're proud to be blocking for the man who is suddenly the league's hottest running back.