Berry picks QB's mind in wake of stinker

KIRK PENTON -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 7:45 AM ET

Doug Berry and Kevin Glenn got together yesterday to watch a little film.

Let's just say it was no Academy Award winner.

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach sat down with his starting pivot and went over every decision the latter made during their 43-9 loss to the Calgary Stampeders last Friday.

Berry wanted to know what Glenn was thinking on every play. The coach also threw in his belief about what he thought Glenn should have done.

Glenn completed 13 of 25 attempts for 171 yards and tossed two interceptions in arguably his worst outing of the season.

"We were off on a couple things, but it wasn't like he was wrong on 50 out of 50," Berry said. "If I thought he could get better on four or five of those, I wanted to know that I thought he could."

MAKING MOVES: The Bomber linebacking corps is likely to get another makeover this week.

Kyries Hebert replaced Donnavan Carter at weak-side linebacker two weeks ago, but Hebert struggled at the position. Calgary's Joffrey Reynolds exposed those troubles that Friday when he rushed for 162 yards.

"Some of the things that we were trying to do over the last couple of weeks, we're gonna have to revert back to the way we've been," Berry said. "We're just not getting the structure of the discipline that's necessary in the contain of the edge. And when we have major breakdowns that are contributing to huge gains, we've got to address that."

The Bombers have a couple of options. They could move Hebert back to safety in place of Shawn Gallant and put either Carter or Neil McKinlay -- both Canadians -- at linebacker.

If they want to start three import offensive linemen, however, they could leave Gallant, another Canadian, at safety.

If the Bombers stick with three Canadian O-lineman, Marc Parenteau would play at right guard in place of Val St. Germain, who is expected to miss at least two games with an elbow injury.


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