Who's Hot, Who's Not

KIRK PENTON -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 7:59 AM ET

WHO'S NOT

BOMBERS: No. 21 Scott Regimbald

The fullback, through no fault of his own, has been invisible since scoring two touchdowns in a 51-46 win over the Montreal Alouettes last month. That proved he can be a valuable offensive tool. Why not use him?

TIGER-CATS: No. 20 Airabin Justin

The cornerback has been moved to a backup role behind Winnipeg native Wayne Shaw. Justin should be thankful, because the other cornerback, Dedric Mathis, got cut earlier this week.

WHO'S HOT

BOMBERS: No. 84 Chris Brazzell

It's the perfect homecoming for Razzle Dazzle, who had hardly any razzle and even less dazzle during his forgettable six-game tenure with the Ticats. The wide receiver had four catches for 135 yards and two touchdowns last week against Ottawa.

TIGER-CATS: No. 49 Tim Cheatwood

The defensive end spent two days on a plane and then suited up for the Tabbies last week in B.C., registering five tackles and a team-high two special teams tackles. Back from a failed NFL tryout, Cheatwood could be a spark tonight for the Tabbies.


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