It’s hard to believe anyone would call for Kevin Glenn to be replaced as Saskatchewan’s starting quarterback.
I do, however, understand the frustration from this fan base.
The Riders have not defeated a CFL West Division team since Sept. 18 of 2016, when Saskatchewan beat Edmonton 26-23 in overtime on the Taylor Field turf 324 days ago.
The Green and White is now on a five-game losing skid against western clubs.
The Riders did go toe-to-toe with the Bombers in the second game of the regular season, but some glaring errors in the secondary allowed Winnipeg to get the win back on July 1.
Calgary and B.C. dominated Saskatchewan in the other two divisional games in 2017.
Western division stars are moving the ball at will against the Riders, while opposing defences are making Saskatchewan one-dimensional by forcing them to throw to get back in to football games.
The problems go far beyond Kevin Glenn.