Preseason Week 1
Preseason Week 2
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There’s a sense of familiarity when the Edmonton Eskimos kick off the 2016 regular season Saturday night at The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium against the Ottawa RedBlacks. (5 p.m.) It’s the traditional Grey Cup rematch on the home field of the team that won the last game of the 2015 season, but this one has its own storyline. Edmonton head coach Jason Maas had his moments here as a player. Most recently, Maas made an impact as the offensive co-ordinator of a powerful RedBlacks unit ...
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Heading into this weekend’s matchup against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Edmonton Eskimos head coach Jason Maas continued to be on message. There’s a razor-thin margin between winning and losing. Penalties cost the team in an overtime loss to Ottawa and a disciplined effort will get the first-year coach’s team into the win column. “It’s not as enjoyable as it could have been with the loss,” said Maas about the bye week. “We’re a fighting team. We’ll fight to the very end whether things ...
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Just when a short memory is in order, a short week could be just what the doctor ordered. A mere five days after the last game at The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium, the Eskimos get a chance to make amends as they host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Thursday night. Just two weeks prior, the Eskimos had a 20-16 win in Winnipeg, with quarterback Mike Reilly lighting up his stats with the 10th-best passing performance in team history. Both the offence and defence know they have to improve on ...
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Two down and two to go. The Edmonton Eskimos won their second straight road game, moving within two points of B.C. and Winnipeg for second place in the CFL West as they extended their winning streak to three games. Eskimos QB Mike Reilly carved up the Montreal Alouettes defence, completing 25 of 34 attempts for 346 yards and two touchdowns as the 8-7 Eskimos racked up 519 yards offence in an efficient 40-20 Thanksgiving Day outing. It was Reilly’s 12th 300-yard passing game of the year, two ...
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When the Edmonton Eskimos returned to work last Tuesday, they knew they had clinched a playoff spot during bye week. If the chips fall just right, the Eskimos could host the CFL Western Semi-Final at The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium on November 13. For that scenario to work, though, the Eskimos must first beat the BC Lions in their third straight road game, this time at BC Place on Saturday. A win would give the Eskimos a series sweep against the Lions and a tiebreaker advantage for ...
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The Eskimos head east for the last of four consecutive road trips. Quarterback Mike Reilly is looking for a more consistent outing than the offence showed last week at BC Place, while the defence will be facing Zach Collaros, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats starting quarterback who’s coming off injury. It’s obvious that the message head coach Jason Maas has given this week about playing a complete game has filtered down to the players. “They’re a tough football team to play wherever you’re playing ...
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Hello and goodbye. When the Edmonton Eskimos host the Toronto Argonauts on Saturday afternoon, it will be final regular-season game before the Green and Gold embark on the 104th Grey Cup Playoffs. It’s been 42 days since the team last played on The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium. The September 23 win over the BC Lions that night started a finishing kick in which the Eskimos have won four of their last five starts, helping clinch a playoff spot. They’ll start playoffs in either B.C. or ...
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Go East, young man. One more time. The Edmonton Eskimos won a thrilling Eastern Semi-Final when Sean Whyte booted a nine-yard field goal with seven seconds left to give the Eskimos a heart pounding 24-21 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. “My only worry there was to get the ball up in a hurry,” Whyte told 630 CHED. “They’ve got some big dudes in front of me.” ” I wouldn’t say I’m the hero of the game. I’d give that to Johnny White “I played for Montreal and we always lost ...
104th Grey Cup
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