Steinberg's MMQB - July 22, 2013

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    Steinberg's MMQB: A lot of questions needing answers
    Pat Steinberg,

    While we’re seeing the three perennial West Division powerhouses playing as such early on in 2013, things just don’t seem right on the other side of the country. The troubles of the Montreal Alouettes have many on the outside baffled, and unfortunately, many on the inside as well.

    Work in progress

    The Alouettes are one of the most intriguing stories of 2013. In their 38-27 loss to the Stampeders on Saturday night, it was new issues dragging them down, and new issues that seemed to have their coaching staff just as confused.

    We’ll start with the good news. The Als were able to move the football as well as they’ve been able all year against the Stamps…for one quarter. In taking a 24-0 first quarter lead, things seemed to be back on track. Even with injuries, the Montreal offensive line looked like it had been at work all week long in trying to shore up their issues.

    They allowed far more time for Anthony Calvillo and for the first time all season, S.J. Green was the type of gamebreaking threat we know he’s capable of being.

    So what happened in the final 45 minutes at McMahon Stadium when the Als only scored three more points?

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