Terry Williams “Happy” Despite Potentially Reduced Role

The Nation's capital has been foaming at the mouth to see 2021's Most Outstanding Special Teams Player of the Year award winner, DeVonte Dedmon back on the field after he was released by the Miami Dolphins, but lost in the excitement has been what it means for Terry Williams, who has been handling the Redblacks'… Continue reading Terry Williams “Happy” Despite Potentially Reduced Role

Offensive Woes Return for Redblacks in Loss to Stampeders

Just days after a promising result against the Toronto Argonauts, the Ottawa Redblacks once again found a new low-point of their season, losing in dominant fashion to the Calgary Stampeders, who were missing many key pieces due to a COVID-19 outbreak, by a score of 17-3. The defence was good once again, the special teams… Continue reading Offensive Woes Return for Redblacks in Loss to Stampeders

Caleb Evans Hasn’t Lost Trust In Darvin Adams, Despite Endzone Drop

Down by seven points inside the final three minutes in their week seven game against the Montreal Alouettes, the Ottawa Redblacks were driving down the field and looked poised to tie the game. After taking the snap from Montreal's 19-yard line, Caleb Evans found Darvin Adams wide open in the endzone, and hit him right… Continue reading Caleb Evans Hasn’t Lost Trust In Darvin Adams, Despite Endzone Drop

Redblacks Find Another Frustrating Loss Against Alouettes

If the words exist to describe the disappointment with the Ottawa Redblacks this season, it would take a seasoned linguist to find them. For the sixth consecutive time to start the season, the Redblacks found a way to lose a football game, and are still left waiting for their first win. With the rest of… Continue reading Redblacks Find Another Frustrating Loss Against Alouettes

Ward’s Missed 54-Yard Field Goal Was a “10 Out of 10 Kick”

By a matter of inches, Lewis Ward's last-second 54-yard field goal was no good in the Ottawa Redblacks' week six visit to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. In its lifetime, Tim Horton's Field in Hamilton has become notorious for offering kickers a difficult time converting on their kicks, and although the wind was relatively calm at the… Continue reading Ward’s Missed 54-Yard Field Goal Was a “10 Out of 10 Kick”

Redblacks Push Forward With Arbuckle Trade

It has been less than 72 hours since the Ottawa Redblacks lost Jeremiah Masoli in a game against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in week five, but already, the team has shown their intent to move forward with the hand they have been dealt by making a trade with the Edmonton Elks. On Monday evening, the Redblacks… Continue reading Redblacks Push Forward With Arbuckle Trade

5 Options for the Redblacks to Replace Jeremiah Masoli

Thanks to a dirty, gutless, despicable, (and whatever other adjective you want to throw in there) hit by Garrett Marino on a vulnerable Jeremiah Masoli, the Ottawa Redblacks appear to be without their starting quarterback for the foreseeable future. Regardless of who you cheer for, or even who you play/work for, the hit was brutal.… Continue reading 5 Options for the Redblacks to Replace Jeremiah Masoli

Redblacks Trade Touchdowns for Field Goals, Fall to Bombers

For the second time in as many weeks, the Ottawa Redblacks went toe-to-toe with the two-time defending Grey Cup champions, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The script was much the same in both games, however, with both defences playing well, Ottawa's offence being unable to punch their long drives into the endzone for touchdowns, and the… Continue reading Redblacks Trade Touchdowns for Field Goals, Fall to Bombers

Frustration Obvious As Redblacks Blow Chance to Beat Bombers

Excitement for the new season quickly changed to frustration, as the Ottawa Redblacks squandered a chance to beat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in their home stadium, falling 19-17, thanks to a late drive orchestrated by Bombers' backup quarterback, Dru Brown. The Redblacks probably deserved a better outcome than the one they got, but at times,… Continue reading Frustration Obvious As Redblacks Blow Chance to Beat Bombers

LaPolice Happy, Not Satisfied With Redblacks Early Performance

The Ottawa Redblacks mounted an impressive comeback effort late in their week one preseason game against the Toronto Argonauts, but head coach Paul LaPolice isn't entirely satisfied with where his team is just yet. LaPolice is far from upset with what he saw from his offence on Friday night, but he knows there is potential… Continue reading LaPolice Happy, Not Satisfied With Redblacks Early Performance