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CFL Result: Montreal Alouettes Dominate Saskatchewan Roughriders 41-12

Quick Recap of the Game

In a one-sided affair, the Montreal Alouettes defeated the Saskatchewan Roughriders 41-12 on Friday at Molson Stadium. With Caleb Evans stepping in at quarterback and Walter Fletcher taking over the running back duties, the Alouettes showcased their depth and talent. The win improves Montreal’s record to 5-3, while Saskatchewan drops to 4-5 in the CFL standings.



Saskatchewan Roughriders Breakdown


Saskatchewan’s offensive struggles were evident, with the passing game especially having a tough night. Mason Fine went down with an injury and was replaced by Jake Dolegala, who completed 11 of 20 passes for 107 yards with a rushing touchdown and an interception. The running game showed some signs of life, with Jamal Morrow rushing 18 times for 81 yards, but overall the offense was unable to find consistency.

Top offensive players:

  • Jamal Morrow, RB: 18 ATT, 81 YDS
  • Jake Dolegala, QB: 11/20, 107 YDS, 0 TD, 1 INT, 2 ATT, 4 YDS, 1 TD


The Roughriders’ defense was overmatched by Montreal’s offense, with only Amari Henderson registering an interception. Several players contributed tackles, but they were unable to slow down the Alouettes’ potent attack. The lack of quarterback sacks and pressure further emphasized the defense’s struggles.

Top defensive players:

  • Larry Dean, LB: 7 Tackles
  • Miles Brown, DT: 4 Tackles, 1 QS
  • Amari Henderson, CB: 2 Tackles, 1 INT

Montreal Alouettes Breakdown


Montreal’s offense was firing on all cylinders, with Caleb Evans leading the charge. He threw for 149 yards and a touchdown, while also rushing for 66 yards and two scores. Running back Walter Fletcher contributed 73 rushing yards, and Jeshrun Antwi added 47 yards and a score. The Alouettes’ balance and execution were impeccable.

Top offensive players:

  • Caleb Evans, QB: 8/13, 149 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT, 11 ATT, 66 YDS, 2 TD
  • Walter Fletcher, RB: 15 ATT, 73 YDS
  • Austin Mack, WR: 1 REC, 56 YDS, 1 TD


Montreal’s defense was as impressive as their offense, holding the Roughriders to just 12 points. Tyrice Beverette led the team with eight tackles, and the defense also recorded two sacks and one interception. Their performance was a key factor in the one-sided victory.

Top defensive players:

  • Tyrice Beverette, LB: 8 Tackles, 1 KD
  • J.R. Reed, LB: 5 Tackles, 2 ST
  • Shawn Lemon, DE: 3 Tackles, 1 QS

The game showcased Montreal’s potential as a top contender in the CFL, with excellent performances on both sides of the ball. The Roughriders’ struggles continue, and they will need to regroup quickly as the season progresses.

With this game in the books, CFL scores and standings continue to take shape. Montreal’s win puts them closer to the top spot in the East Division, while Saskatchewan remains in the middle of the pack in the West. Both teams will need to refocus and prepare for their next challenges, as the CFL season heats up.

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