Monday, September 29, 2014

Another Rider Is Done For The Season

The Saskatchewan Roughriders' offence has lost another starter.

The Riders have placed receiver Taj Smith on their six-game injured list with a broken clavicle. Smith will be out for at least the remainder of the regular season.

Smith was injured Friday in Saskatchewan's 24-0 road loss to Edmonton. He had a breakout season in 2013, amassing 1,007 yards and adding seven touchdowns during his team's run to the Grey Cup title.  Smith has 397 yards and three touchdowns on 29 catches this season.

Meanwhile Rider coach Corey Chamblin said they won't name a starting quarterback for Friday's home game against Calgary until Wednesday at the latest.


Anonymous said...

That's a serious injury, coach George Cortez laughing in the direction of Taj Smith when he was laying on the turf being attended to by medical staff. Doogie Howser (Doege) was privy to the conversation by the OC, what was so funny George?

Anonymous said...

"The professor" says the numbers don't lie, the Roughriders will not be winning any CFL championship anytime soon. You read it here first, as heard on CBC Regina news.

Anonymous said...

Tanner Marsh/Josh Neiswander.

Anonymous said...

Kansas City Chiefs knew what they were doing releasing the Saskatchewan CFL midget Dressler. They are currently kicking New England Patriots a** 40-7 with over 10 minutes to play in the fourth quarter.