We CFL fans like our offense.
That could be part of the reason why some fan that I have heard from were lukewarm to Sunday’s Grey Cup game where there wasn’t one touchdown in the final 30 minutes of the contest.
I am a huge CFL fan, so it probably won’t surprise you to hear that I watched the game from beginning to end.
It may not go down as a classic, but a lack of points didn’t mean a lack of intrigue.
A fourth-quarter special teams fumble recovery may have motivated Calgary’s defense.
The Stampeders shut the door in the second half.
The Stamps stopped a late third and two Ottawa gamble, then Calgary’s secondary came up with two interceptions in the final three minutes of the football game.
Trevor Harris, who threw six touchdown passes in the eastern final, could only engineer one touchdown when it counted most in the Grey Cup.
There were fewer points, but still lots to excitement in Sunday’s championship game.