Discussion in 'Calgary Stampeders Talk' started by CoachB57, Nov 26, 2014.
Those are stats based reasons. But in a one-game sudden death championship anything can happen. I'm not too worried.
Oh, but i am. This article is coming all the way from the Big Crack Smoke...err, the Big Smoke, Liske! If someone important in Toronto wrote this, it has to be true!
The writer is from Winnipeg. What do they know about winning Grey Cups?
Plus he's mad at Barney
I dunno, you guys. Its printed in the Canadian media. IT MUST BE TRUE!!! If I even dare to watch the game, I'm going to have a blanket over my eyes for the scary parts...like Brandon Banks and the Ti-Cats passing game!
Stamps are a better team they just need to step up at the big game.
That's why we need as many Stamps fans as we can get to the game to cheer on the boys!
Check this charter flight to the game and back on Sunday: www.gojumpon.com/flights/48
How can Toronto be cheering for the cats? My world is all askew.
I started to read this article and stopped on point #1
"The Ticats allowed an average of 4.6 yards per carry, which means opposing running backs barely got past their defensive line"
Fact is, in the two games they faced the Stamps
1) Never faced Cornish
2) who were 5.7 average and 6.3 Yards per carry or an average of 6.0 using whoever was NEXT UP on that day.
...so you can use Stats anyway you you.
Fact is, on any given day, any CFL team can beat any other team for any number of factors. Using Stats to support it however is just crap.