Eskimos 1-7 record sounds 'weird' to Stamps

Fred Stamps catches a touchdown pass during Saturday afternoon's CFL game (Ian Kucerak, Edmonton...

Fred Stamps catches a touchdown pass during Saturday afternoon's CFL game (Ian Kucerak, Edmonton Sun).

GERRY MODDEJONGE, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:58 PM ET

Records, they say, are meant to be broken.

But after falling to a 1-7 record on the season on Saturday, it's the Edmonton Eskimos spirits that are in danger of breaking.

Fred stamps led all receivers in the game with eight catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns, adding to his league-topping 684 yards and six touchdowns.

With those numbers, Stamps might have looked out of place slumped to one side of his locker, having only taken his jersey, pads, shoes and helmet off but seemingly in no rush to change out of the rest of his game gear.

If he wasn't asking himself how much more do the Eskimos have to do to win, then he could certainly count on at least one reporter to do it for him.

“I don't know, I just know it hurts. It's frustrating, we've just got to find a way,” said Stamps. “That's the way it's been all season."


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