What was that?
Another slow start, and a horrendous second half, cost the Tiger-Cats a win in Toronto.
Zach Collaros and the offence had another dismal start to a game and the Argos took advantage and stopped their four game losing streak with a 33-21 win over Hamilton.
I’ll give some credit to the Cats for coming back from a 13-0 deficit to take a 20-16 halftime lead, but they went to sleep in the second half and were outscored 17-1.
If Hamilton’s strategy was to throw 30 yard passes on virtually every attempt, it was a bad plan.
Collaros was 9 of 23 at one point and ended the game with a less than ordinary 56% completion rate.
But Zach’s uncommon play wasn’t the only thing hampering Hamilton last night at BMO Field.
How did the defence let Dan LeFevour, who hadn’t started in the CFL in about two years, torch them for 329 yards and a major?
I felt for the thousands of Ticats fans who made the trek to TO.
Kudos to them for supporting their team on the road, but they deserved a better effort.
The overwhelming sentiment on last night’s 5th Quarter on CHML was one of disappointment, and “wait til next week.”
That “next week” is this Friday against the Alouettes… and team Hamilton just has to beat.