All hope is not lost with Bombers

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Desia Dunn (23) and Alex Suber (21) tackle Edmonton Eskimos Marcus Henry (89)...

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Desia Dunn (23) and Alex Suber (21) tackle Edmonton Eskimos Marcus Henry (89) in Winnipeg, Wednesday, September 11, 2013. (QMI Agency)

Kirk Penton, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:40 AM ET

It's Monday, the Bombers are dead last in the CFL at 2-10, and they took the weekend off to lick their wounds after one of their most heartbreaking losses in quite some time.

What could be worse?

Instead of piling dirt on the old Blue and Gold, however, it's time to look at everything that is right with them. OK, so maybe there isn't a lot that is right, but we can at least look at the squad with a glass-half-full approach.

Let's accentuate the positive, shall we?

THE COACH

Tim Burke is enemy No. 1 among Bomber fans, mostly because of his decision to take a knee in the final minute of Friday's overtime loss to the Edmonton Eskimos.

The thinking is if you're going to go down, you should at least go down swinging. Yeah, right. If Justin Goltz throws an interception at midfield and the Eskimos kick the game-winning field goal, the fans are still crying for his head. Don't forget that Goltz, who was cold as ice at that po


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