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« : Grudzień 23, 2019, 07:14:48 »

WINNIPEG -- Chad Simpson knows the one way to stop more heads from rolling is for the floundering Blue Bombers to win a football game. Buffalo Sabres Store . Stuck in a four-game losing streak and sitting at the bottom of the CFL East Division with a 1-5 record, the running back and his teammates host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2-4) on Friday after a week of changes that came swift and furious. You can watch the game on TSN and TSN Mobile TV, beginning with the pre-game show live NOW. President and chief executive officer Garth Buchko and general manager Joe Mack were fired last Friday, followed by a switch at starting quarterback, the signing of a new kicker and the hiring of an offensive consultant. "The changes were made for the better of the team and that helps get rid of a degree of worry right there," Simpson said after practice Thursday. "But its very important that we start winning now. The more we lose, then the more people go and we dont want to have that." Keeping track of all the upheaval almost requires a flow chart. Former Bombers fullback Wade Miller replaced Buchko as acting CEO and promptly fired Mack, bumping assistant GM Kyle Walters into Macks spot on an acting basis. Out on the field, head coach Tim Burke went with his offensive staffs decision to use their third starting quarterback this season, handing the reins to CFL rookie Max Hall for the Hamilton game in place of Justin Goltz. However, Goltz drops to No. 3 on the depth chart and veteran ex-starter Buck Pierce is Halls backup. Former Hamilton head coach Marcel Bellefeuille was then hired to be a consultant for the offence on Monday and the club signed veteran kicker Sandro DeAngelis on Tuesday. Hell replace place-kicker Justin Palardy against the Ticats. "Heres what I said to (the players) early in the week," said Burke. "I said, Well, why do you think the CEO and the GM got let go? And the answer was, Because were not winning enough games. I said, Thats exactly right so lets get it going." Burke admitted he didnt get much sleep early in the week and that it was "one of the more stressful" weeks in his life, but hes more positive after some good practices and senses more urgency in his players. Hamilton defeated the visiting Bombers 25-20 on July 13 in a game in which Ticats quarterback Henry Burris was sacked seven times. Burris said hes focused on Winnipegs defence -- which he views as having the best front four in the league -- and hasnt paid attention to the chaos the Bombers went through. After all, at 2-4 his team isnt invincible to change. "Were only one win up on this team so were not far away from whatevers going on. Our stuff stinks, too," Burris said. "Weve got to start winning games and doing it consistently. Thats where our focus is cause if we dont do it, youll see us in the paper the same way." Winnipegs defence leads the CFL in sacks (24), but has allowed 9.1 yards per pass. Burris pointed out its on the field a lot so that could be a factor. Hamilton tops the league with 1,842 yards passing (all but 39 of those yards from Burris) and the pivot is welcoming back slotback Andy Fantuz, whos missed the past five games with a hamstring injury. "Its been a frustrating few weeks," Fantuz said. Then he grinned and added his teammates noticed his return. "Even on the plane today, everyones asking me for ID and wondering who I am and stuff." Hall takes over a Winnipeg offence ranked fifth overall in scoring (22.5 points per game), but second-last in total yards (285.2) and passing (220.2). He said hes excited to try to lead the Bombers to their first win at new Investors Group Field, even though his last start was in 2010 with the NFL Arizona Cardinals. Hall got into six games for the Cardinals and started three, winning only his first start. But that was "a good one," he pointed out, as the victory was 30-20 over the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. He was later injured and only played in some pre-season games the following season. Last year, he was a grad assistant and helped out his alma mater Brigham Youngs football team. "Im a little bit nervous, to be honest with you, as I should be, but I really feel confident and Im more excited to get out there and play and to show what Im capable of," Hall said. Hamiltons defence could be ripe for the picking as its allowed a league-high 31.2 points and 135.2 yards rushing per game. Veteran Bombers receiver Terrence Edwards calculated it was his fourth year with three quarterbacks playing in the same season. "Its not hard anymore adjusting to quarterbacks because all I have to do is go out there and do my job and do my job well," he said. Despite the turmoil swirling around the team, hes looking forward to Fridays challenge. "I think weve got a new-found attitude going into this week," Edwards said. "We understand our jobs are on the line and everyones got to go out and perform." Custom Buffalo Sabres Jerseys . The Eastern Conference-leading Celtics finished their recent trek at 3-1 on Monday in Salt Lake City when Rajon Rondo made a key jumper with 24.1 seconds remaining, as Boston held off the Utah Jazz, 107-102, at EnergySolutions Arena. Sabres Jerseys 2020 . Hollis-Jefferson went 5-for-6 from the field and added six rebounds, while Stanley Jefferson contributed 14 points for the Wildcats, who used their trademark tough defense to dominate the games final 24 minutes and advance to Tuesdays winners bracket matchup with Kansas State. https://www.cheapsabres.com/ .Y. -- Mark Steenhuis scored four goals and added two assists to lead the Buffalo Bandits over the Toronto Rock 12-10 in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday.ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Eric Berry left Chiefs practice on Thursday after hurting his right ankle, the second injury that the Pro Bowl safety has sustained so far in training camp. Berry dislocated his finger in an earlier practice. It was unclear what happened to Berry during one of the early sessions of the days workout at Missouri Western. He walked gingerly to the tent next to the field and was checked on by trainers, and then talked with other team officials on the sideline before leaving on a cart. Berry was able to put weight on the leg, but was noticeably limping, and Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he was still awaiting word on the severity of the injury. "Its no Achilles, its no ligament tear," Reid said. "Well have to see." Starting cornerback Marcus Cooper also left practice Thursday with a slight hamstring injury, compounding problems for a Chiefs secondary that was already thin coming into camp. The Chiefs allowed free safety Kendrick Lewis to depart in free agency, and released Pro Bowl cornerback Brandon Flowers in what amounted to a cost-saving move. They also saw contributors such as Quuintin Demps find homes with other teams, content to patch the holes mainly from within. Wholesale Sabres Jerseys. . One of the players they were counting on to compete for the safety job was Sanders Commings, who missed his rookie season after breaking his collarbone in training camp. But he broke a bone in his right foot while getting juked to the ground by running back Jamaal Charles on Wednesday. Reid said after Thursdays workout that Commings would be undergoing surgery. Asked whether theres any timetable for his return, Reid said: "I dont know." "Well see," he said. "Normally if you break a bone it takes a while." The Chiefs have 18 defensive backs in camp, though several of them have been banged up. Along with the injuries to Berry, Cooper and Commings, cousins David Van Dyke and DeMarcus Van Dyke have been missing practice, and rookie Phillip Gaines recently returned from a head injury. "That happens," Reid said. "It happens as you go through camp, your legs get tired, you get those strains, those tight hamstrings. Well be fine. Well push through it." ' ' '
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