Blue Bomber Talk Podcast: defensive breakdowns, Streveler’s debut, week two preview & more

Hosts John and Tim Hodge break down the Bombers’ 33-30 season-opening loss to the Edmonton Eskimos at Investors Group Field. The boys also discuss Chris Streveler’s professional debut, crazy weather delays, Adarius Bowman’s disappointing debut, and preview next week’s game in Montreal.

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John Hodge

John Hodge is a lifelong follower of the CFL who has been writing about the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist of the Jon Gott lookalike contest.
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John Hodge is a lifelong follower of the CFL who has been writing about the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist of the Jon Gott lookalike contest.

1 Comment on Blue Bomber Talk Podcast: defensive breakdowns, Streveler’s debut, week two preview & more

  1. MR. Green // June 18, 2018 at 2:50 am //

    Never listened to you guys before. Good job.
    It almost sounds like overconfidence going into Montreal. I think the gamee will be in the Bomber D-line getting constant pressure and a handful of sacks, which you did say too is a good chance of happening. Strevler will be playing a strong secondary. I picked Winnipeg but not confident. If they had Nichols, they would b 1-0 and would easily Montreal. What time was it in Montreal when that game started? 10:30pm? That’s tough. Should have been an afternoon game. IMO, Montreal has a real shot winning, because of Strevler’s inexperience.
    Many people have said the West won’t win 29 games against the East again. That the first I heard you expect it again. It is frustrating when Toronto did get to sit at home with a 9-9 record like they were a top regular season team when infact with an easier schedule finished 5th overall.
    One division makes sense. Also causees a lot of tough playoff scheduling. If a team consistently has to travel cross country and stay out there for rounds 1 and 2 in the playoffs in a one division league, makes it very tough.
    As a Rider fan would have been nice. We would have hosted Toronto round one last year and Edmonton would of hosted Ottawa. Changes the scene significantly.
    The league needs Eastern teams to host playoffs too.
    It’s not always fair that way. I think it’s gotta stay the same way though at this juncture.

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