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BC Lions Mid-Season performance review

The Lions have shown flashes of great football, until the Winnipeg game, each game was either a single-digit loss or a win. Standing at 4-4, they are only 3rd in their division but have an offense and defense in the top 3 of the league.

Across the league, they are perfectly average and have gone an impressive 4-1 at home. They have shown playoff team material, but haven’t found that next step. They’ve scored 189 points and only allowed 167, which is fine. With 6 weeks left, a Semi-Final appearance isn’t entirely off the board. They’ll have to beat Winnipeg, Toronto, Hamilton, and Edmonton all back to back in order to have a shot.

Quick Hits

  • Michael Reilly has shown to be an accurate passer, completing 73% of his throws. He has a respectable 10:1 TD:INT ratio and has thrown over 2,047 yards.
  • Lucky Whitehead and Bryan Burnham are lighting up the league. Whitehead has recorded 665 yards and 4 touchdowns which compliments Burnham’s 566 yards and 3 touchdowns.
  • Bo Lokombo leads the team in turnovers with 3 ints and 2 fumble recoveries. The defense overall has been solid, recording 15 sacks, 11ints, forcing 8 fumbles and recovering 5.
  • Jimmy Camacho has been nailing 93% of his field goals, his longest on the year being a 49 yarder.

Coming back in Week 12, the BC Lions will be taking on the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The kickoff is set for Saturday, October 23rd at 7:00 PM EST.

Known in the Fan Controlled Football community as "FCF Stathead" after recording season stat leaders. Started writing articles for FCNN, FCF Fanzone, and more. Making online content for 10 years and going. Fan of the: Glacier Boyz, Alphas, BC Lions, New England Patriots, and so much more.

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