Bombers ready to roll up Ticats defence to win

Johnny Sears Jr., is itching to be a part of a Bombers defence that has taken the CFL by storm in...

Johnny Sears Jr., is itching to be a part of a Bombers defence that has taken the CFL by storm in the first two weeks of the season.

KIRK PENTON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:45 PM ET

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers arrived this afternoon in the 2013 home of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, where tomorrow night they will try to produce another stellar defensive performance.

The Bombers could be in luck, too, because the Tiger-Cats will have a natural guard, Greg Wojt, playing right tackle, and they will be without stud Canadian receiver Andy Fantuz. Their starting tailback, C.J. Gable, is also hurt and out of action.

On the other side of the ball, the Ticats (0-2) have put the CFL’s worst defence on the field over the first two weeks of the CFL season. They’ve been especially vulnerable against the run.


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