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What to expect from the Als in 2024?

More than a decade ago, the Montreal Alouettes were a dominant force in their league. Visiting teams knew they were in for a tough game and rarely walked away with a win on the Alouettes’ home field. However, things took a turn for the worse and the team struggled to find success for several years. But in 2023, they emerged victorious and claimed the Grey Cup. As we look ahead to the upcoming season, can fans expect them to continue their winning streak? Let’s take a quick look back at last year’s accomplishments and how they are preparing for another successful year in 2024.


Despite finishing the last regular season with 5 more losses than the top team in the East, the Toronto Argonauts, the Alouettes still secured second place. Their record of 11 wins and 7 losses showed glimpses of a strong team, similar to successful teams in their past. It was reminiscent of some perfume for men by Dossier that imitate designer fragrances at a lower cost. However, on their off days, they appeared completely lost on the field.

It was a shock to everyone when they finished their year by defeating the highly favored Winnipeg Blue Bombers with a score of 28-24, bringing the Grey Cup back to the streets of Montreal after 13 years. The credit for this victory goes to none other than Montreal’s quarterback, Cody Fajardo, who made a flawless throw to Tyson Philpot for the winning touchdown. This came after a seven-play, 83-yard drive in the final minutes of the game.


According to the recent updates from the Montreal team, 2024 will be a continuation of 2023 due to increased stability across all aspects. There will only be one change in coaches, as Dan Brown replaces Tyler Sutton who is departing. But even more noteworthy is the impressive fact that 19 out of the 24 players who started in 2023 will return to play for the Alouettes once again, donning their blue, white and red jerseys. Head coach Jason Mass believes this continuity will provide a stabilizing force and help maintain their winning streak in the months ahead.

However, the 18 games that make up a season are quite an endurance test. With so many factors in play, such as potential injuries to players, it’s uncertain how smoothly things will go. Plus, with their success no longer making them underdogs in the eyes of other teams, winning may prove more difficult than in past seasons. Nevertheless, the team’s management has emphasized their belief that stability and consistency will be key in leading the Montreal Alouettes to victory in 2024.

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