After a chilly week, a Mosaic Stadium sellout of over 33, 000 spectators can expect somewhat warmer gameday conditions Sunday. The forecast is calling for a daytime high of -1C, falling to -11C in the evening. But it will be windy, with gusts of 47 kilometres an hour during the day, reducing to 38 km/h in the evening. "It's not a surprise that it might be windy, " said Collaros, a former Rider (2018-19). "We're prepared for whatever element Mother Nature brings to us.
"When you see pictures of previous champions hoisting the Cup and they're drinking out of the same Cup that if you're good enough that day, you'll get a chance to drink out... it's pretty powerful, " he said. "There's something about that, sharing the same passion, vision, desire, goal as guys did 109 years ago, I can't escape that feeling.
"Toronto head coach Ryan Dinwiddie, who was Winnipeg's quarterback in its '07 Grey Cup loss to Saskatchewan, also downplayed the impact the wind might have. Toronto Argonauts head coach Ryan Dinwiddie chats with wide receiver Brandon Banks during a walk through in Regina. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press)"I don't think the weather is going to factor into it too much, " he said.
"Winnipeg is attempting to become the first CFL team to win three straight titles since Edmonton captured five consecutive Grey Cups (1978-82). Toronto last won the Grey Cup in 2017 but has been victorious in its last six championship appearances. O'Shea, 52, of North Bay, Ont., is a five-time Grey Cup champion as a player (1996, '97 and '04 with Toronto), assistant coach (2012, Argos special-teams co-ordinator) and head coach. O'Shea said whatever an individual feels before the Grey Cup, he doesn't believe it's nerves. Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach Mike O'Shea walks off the field during a walk through in Regina, Saturday, Nov.
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” They’re hoping for a better performance out of the run game, as well. Andrew Harris, who was limited earlier in the week due to an ankle injury, rushed for 27 yards against the Leos. He’ll have a little bit of extra motivation as he faces his former team for the first time. The Boatmen are averaging 306 total yards per game compared to the Bombers 340. 3 mark, so the Double Blue’s defence will be tested.
19, 2022. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press)"The interesting thing about many athletes is their body gets ready to run or to fight [and] you get that charge of adrenalin, " O'Shea said. "I don't ever think of it as nerves, I think it's just your body getting ready to tell you to do something. "O'Shea certainly knows that feeling well. The six-foot-three, 228-pound linebacker played 16 seasons with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1993-95, 2000) and Toronto (1996-99, 2001-08). O'Shea appeared in 271 regular-season games and accumulated 1, 151 tackles — the most by a Canadian and second in league history — before being inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2017. So does O'Shea wish he was playing Sunday? "Yeah, probably until the first play, " he said with a smile. "Then I'd be like, 'You see my spot right there on the bench by the heater? "''I can't escape that feeling'Be it as a player, coach or as a football fan, the Grey Cup will always be special to O'Shea.
Their defence has one interception and four sacks on the year, ranking them in the bottom three of the league in each category. Linebacker, Wynton McManis has two of those sacks, while defensive back, Tarvarus McFadden has the interception. Both players will be key in stopping the pass and rush games. The Bombers are hoping to start the year 4-0 with a win on Monday night. The Argos need a rebound effort if they hope for a better result to close out Week 4. AFI, Visaic and the CFL American Football International is collaborating with Visaic and the Canadian Football League to present 2022 CFL games live. This is more than a livestream.
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com. “I know teams game plan against me, game plan against our defence and if I’m able to make something happen, good for me, and if not I just want to disrupt the offence for my team. As long as we, as a defence, can play together and make some stops and get off the field on second down and get our offence the ball to do what they do, it’s good. ” That’s without mentioning reigning Defensive Most Outstanding Player in linebacker Adam Bighill, or fellow linebacker Donald Rutledge Jr. who have the ability to thwart offensive opportunities. The Bombers have allowed an average of 62. 3 ruhsing yards per game, the third best average in the league. If there’s an area of the Winnipeg defence that the Argos can exploit, it may be in the passing game. The Bombers have allowed 316 yards per game in that category.
6 points per game this season. The Argos will need to be ready for the depth that the Bombers have on the defensive side of the ball. In their Week 3 win it was defensive lineman Willie Jefferson who stood out. Jefferson recorded a sack and a pick-six against the Ticats. Linebacker Kyrie Wilson had five defensive tackles for the Blue and Gold. RELATED » Depth Chart: WPG | TOR » Bombers, Argos Injury Reports: Stay up to date » Power Rankings: Put some respect on the Lions’ name Jefferson knows what he’s capable of on a week-to-week basis and wants to continue to show why opposing teams need to be aware of his presence. “I come into every game, every week just wanting to be dominant, ” Jefferson told bluebombers.
The West Division team is chasing a third straight CFL title. Winnipeg comes in as the heavy favourite after registering a CFL-best 15-3 regular-season record. Collaros repeated as the CFL's top player after winning 15-of-17 starts and throwing a league-high 37 TDs. But Collaros wasn't alone. Tackle Stanley Bryant (lineman), receiver Dalton Schoen (rookie) and head coach Mike O'Shea (top coach) were also honoured Thursday night at the CFL awards banquet. And even with three championships under his belt, Collaros expected to feel some anxiousness before Sunday's contest. "I certainly feel those butterflies or some level of anxiety and excitement.
However, despite giving up the third most passing yards, they’ve made stops when they’ve needed to most and have held opponents to just one touchdown through the air. It’s been a bend don’t break mentality from defensive backs Nick Taylor, Winston Rose, Deatrick Nichols and company. Offensively, it will be quarterback Zach Collaros trying to get the better of the Argos defence. Collaros completed 21 passes for 302 yards against the Tabbies but threw an interception and failed to throw for a touchdown. The Bombers receiving group has shown that depth for this team doesn’t stop on defence. Greg Ellingson has totalled 218 yards and two touchdowns through three games.
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"We're going to have to deal with some wind potentially but I don't think it will be too cold for our guys to operate and function and play good football. "Dinwiddie planned to spend part of his Saturday night with his coaches, then review the Argos' offensive callsheet. Dinwiddie is also Toronto's offensive co-ordinator. "Nothing different from what you do for the other 18 games that you play during the regular season, " Dinwiddie said. "Normally, I grab a beer or two with the coaches, talk about the gameplan and have a nice dinner. PLAYER STATS: Zach CollarosMore CFL coverage"I'm a big visualization guy so I'll be visualizing going through the callsheet and kind of what to expect Sunday, put your feet up and relax and get excited for the next day.