Blue Bomber Talk Podcast: defence shines, Harris mines, Bighill dines

Hosts John and Tim Hodge discuss the Bombers’ dominant 41-19 victory over the B.C. Lions on Saturday night including Richie Hall’s new-look defence, Andrew Harris’ 100-yard effort, and the play of Adam Bighill.

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John Hodge is a lifelong follower of the CFL who has been writing about the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist of the Jon Gott lookalike contest.
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John Hodge is a lifelong follower of the CFL who has been writing about the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist of the Jon Gott lookalike contest.

2 Comments on Blue Bomber Talk Podcast: defence shines, Harris mines, Bighill dines

  1. Think people // July 10, 2018 at 8:12 am //

    One week Bomber fans are with torches and pitch forks for the DC. Now after beating up on a team that has serious QB problems the mob mentality has backed off.
    This is no different than the Power rankings so early in the season. Every team has to figure out what’s going on. It’s not how you start but how you adjust and how you finish.
    Even though Analboy Stampendick would try and have you think otherwise. Those who understand football know that each and every week there are things to grind through until it is figured out.
    If Richie can have his players step up one week and not the next week. It’s not the DC it’s the players having to buy into the system and believe in each other

    • Paul Bomber // July 10, 2018 at 3:08 pm //

      I won’t argue with your points, but I’ve kept my pitch-fork handy regardless – Jennings’ accuracy problems really impacted the game. It would have been a much closer otherwise. I know that’s partly due to the fact Jennings was running for his life most of the night & that’s to the D’s credit of course, but I still need to see a whole lot more before the pitch-fork goes back in the garage.
      I know you can’t cover everyone on every play, but the Bombers’ game plan seems to have two options: Give up everything long or Give up everything underneath.
      The plan worked this week: Take away the short passes and let the QB screw up the long ball.
      We’ll see… if they can take two games in a row from BC, regardless of the fact it’s BC, then I’ll start thinking about putting the pitch fork away.

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