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Eskimos have early chance to clinch series that spelled their doom last year

Athletics Edmonton Sun

VANCOUVER — The Edmonton Eskimos need no reminding of how the season series against the B.C. Lions turned out last time. A 42-32 loss during their last visit to BC Place stadium in Week 19 of last year was the beginning of the end for an Eskimos
'VANCOUVER — The Edmonton Eskimos need no reminding of how the season series against the B.C. Lions turned out last time. Read More'

Eskimos 5 Things: It was all there but the finish against Winnipeg

Athletics Edmonton Sun

Did the Edmonton Eskimos deserve to lose Thursday’s game? Probably. But the same could be asked of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers squad that hung on to win its home opener 28-21 on Thursday. That question didn’t appear to have entered the Eskimos’ minds,
'Did the Edmonton Eskimos deserve to lose Thursday’s game? Probably. But the same could be asked of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers squad that hung on to win its home opener 28-21 on Thursday. That question didn’t appear to have entered the Eskimos' minds, even as they were kept out of the end zone time and time again by a demonstrable Bombers defence, which bent but didn’t break the entire night. Offensively, the Eskimos took what they could get through the uprights and made adjustments in the second half that culminated in not one, but two chances to tie the game in the dying minutes. But, in the end, they simply couldn’t finish as they felt defeat for the first time this season. Here’s what we learned in the 28-21 loss to the Bombers in Week 3: Read More'