- Hamilton Tiger-Cats secure a convincing 38-13 victory over the Roughriders.
- Bo Levi Mitchell returns with a solid performance, throwing for 129 yards and a touchdown.
- Matthew Shiltz shines in support, throwing for an impressive 271 yards and a touchdown.
Quick Game Recap: Returning to the field for the first time since July, Bo Levi Mitchell and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats showcased their prowess at Mosaic Stadium. With the playoffs looming, the Tiger-Cats’ 38-13 victory over the Riders was nothing short of a statement. Their performance, led by Mitchell’s return and backed by Matthew Shiltz, was a testament to their potential and depth.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ Performance:
- Matthew Shiltz (QB) threw for 271 yards, with 16 completions out of 19 attempts, delivering 2 touchdowns and an interception.
- Bo Levi Mitchell (QB) made a commendable return, throwing for 129 yards and a touchdown on 4 completions out of 6 attempts.
- James Butler (RB) demonstrated his prowess on the ground with 25 attempts, rushing for 107 yards. He also contributed to the passing game with 5 receptions for 77 yards.
- Receivers like Tim White, who had 3 catches for 129 yards, and Omar Bayless with 3 catches for 51 yards and 2 touchdowns, were pivotal in keeping the momentum for Hamilton.
- Jameer Thurman (LB) and Simoni Lawrence (LB) stood out defensively, making 6 and 5 total tackles respectively.
- Casey Sayles (DT) and Ja’Gared Davis (DT) contributed significantly with 5 total tackles each.
- Stavros Katsantonis (CB) made a significant impact with an interception.
Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Performance:
- Jake Dolegala (QB) had 16 completions out of 25 attempts, throwing for 154 yards.
- James Morrow (RB) was the standout for Saskatchewan’s ground game, rushing for 120 yards with 18 attempts and scoring a touchdown.
- Samuel Emilus (WR) and Shawn Bane Jr. (WR) contributed in the receiving department, recording 43 and 42 yards respectively.
- Jayden Dalke (CB) led the Riders’ defense with 7 total tackles.
- Derrick Moncrief (LB) followed closely with 6 total tackles.
- Larry Dean (LB) showcased his defensive skills by making an interception.
Closing Thoughts: The CFL scores from this game truly reflect the dominance of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The CFL standings will definitely be influenced by such performances, especially as the teams gear up for the playoffs. The Roughriders have some introspection to do, while the Tiger-Cats will be looking to carry this momentum forward. Both teams have showcased their potential, and the upcoming games promise to be thrilling for CFL fans.
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