TSN analysts claim select Lions’ players have quit on the team

Two CFL on TSN analysts are claiming they’ve seen different B.C. Lions’ players quit on the team.

Long-time colour men Glen Suitor and Matt Dunigan were recently in the broadcast booth for Lions losses.

Suitor won a Grey Cup with Saskatchewan in 1989 while playing 11 seasons in the CFL as a defensive back.

His colleague saw the same from the Lions.

Dunigan won two Grey Cups in 1987 and 1991. Just like Suitor, the longtime CFL QB knows what kind of mentality it takes to succeed and win championships.

B.C. has the worst win-loss mark in the CFL at 1-9. The record for most losses in a season was set by the 2003 Hamilton Tiger-Cats who went 1-17.

If the Lions’ players have indeed quit as Suitor and Dunigan apparently observed, B.C. is in danger of being one of the worst teams in CFL history.

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