Football Gameplan's Stamps vs Riders Playoff Preview

Discussion in 'Calgary Stampeders Talk' started by EmDiggy, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. EmDiggy

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    [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQYwvnXDUFA[/video]

    Good morning Stamps fans! Good luck this week!

    Em
     
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    Hey, thanks for posting but.....as for your prediction, thanks for nuthin', Em! :p :D

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    Your kidding me right? If Saskatchewan is is dam good in the respects he mentions why are they in third place? I guess our defensive line has not changed did this guy see the BC game? The Saskatchewan secondary sucks and he says they match up LOL. Better get some glasses that are not green.

    It think both teams match up very good but Calgary is a much different team then when they lost their last game to the Riders. The key is for Calgary to run over them in the first half and continue that onslaught to the final whistle.
     
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    Em is far from a green glasses wearing individual.

    The key in cold weather games is that it's a great equalizer. Should be a dogfight. Friday is supposed to be very chilly with snow that'll stick around for the weekend. By kickoff the temps will be dropping already, only redeeming thing there is that it isn't supposed to be very windy.
     
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    Not forecast to be that cold...5C and sunshine at kickoff...the better team on the year, Calgary, should be able to parlay decent game conditions on Sunday into the ability to play their own game and demonstrate their superiority in talent over a team which narrowly averted a crossover slot in the East.

    Anything can happen in a football game, but adverse weather constituting an "equalizer" for Saskatchewan doesn't appear to be in the equation. ;)

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    very gutsy pre-game pic.
     
  9. Tundra Mustang

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    Well, you pick your source, and I'll pick mine.

    I relied on Environment Canada, which, as of 40 minutes short of midnight here, still has Sunday's high at 4C with an overnight to Monday of -1C.

    Whether it's -3 or +4C, it's hardly the stuff of a November blizzard game or the "great weather equalizer", and the better team should win.

    Calgary moves on. ;)

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