We look back a little at the final game at Mosaic Stadium, and chat with a couple of long time Lions fans, when listeners Chris Allan and Chris Jones join the show for a new Lions round table segment.
The Lions dropped a 37-35 decision to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and now must win this week to stay in the drivers seat for a home playoff game in the West.
The BC Lions came away with a 28-16 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders and we take a look at a few things that stood out for us.
Even if you had the slightest glimmer of hope that the Lions offence would be able to come together for the playoffs, there certainly can’t be anyone that is surprised at what unfolded in Montreal.
With two tune up games against West Division contenders to end the season, the BC Lions still have knock, pings and stalls in the engine that need to be addressed. The final game of the regular season saw the Lions drop a 33-16 decision to the first place Calgary Stampeders and here are my thoughts, From the Stands.
This B.C. Lions team sure has a way of testing your emotions, or maybe it was simply the fact they were playing one of the real contenders in the CFL. Whatever the case, the Lions were dominated from start to finish by the Edmonton Eskimos.
In Episode 43 we’re talking playoffs after the Lions clinch a playoff berth for the 18th straight season. We look back at the win over the Bombers and we set up a possible Western Semi preview when our Eskimos Insider Dave Campbell of CHED 650 joins us.
Ernest Jackson and Keola Antolin stepped into the offensive spotlight, just when the Lions needed it as BC handed the Ottawa Redblacks a 41-3 loss at BC Place Stadium. Photo: TheProvince.com
In our 41st Episode we look back at a 19-17 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats that sees the Lions in search of an offence and leaves them on a three game losing streak. TSN 1040 colour man Giulio Caravatta joins to take a look at the struggling Lions and to look ahead to this week’s game against Ottawa.
If someone told you the Lions would go two games without allowing a defensive touchdown and would lose both games, you would have thought they were crazy. But that’s the reality facing a team that has lost any reasonable facsimile of an offence.