Winnipeg youth bombers are getting closer and closer to finishing the 28 – year Gray Cup drought in Winnipeg. But the players do not feel the pressure on Sunday's big game.
"Well, it's interesting, but at the same time I go a little bit 1 or 0 every week," said Adam Bighill.
"It will be easier to win the next game and the future will take care of ourselves."
The bomber returned to Investors Group Field on Wednesday since defeating Saskatchewan Roughriders 23-18 in the Western District Semi-finals at Mosaic Stadium in Regina last Sunday. The win was the first playoff victory of the bomber from 2011 when Hamilton beat Tiger-Katz.
The fact that Sunday's victory is even greater is the first bomber to defeat Saskatchewan since 1965.
"We love it, but we know it will be committed someday," Bighill said.
The bomber is ahead of Sunday's victory in Calgary's final edition of the Western District. The game time is 3:30 pm. Central Time.
It's an exciting time for both the team and the fans at the moment, but a bit of effort is needed to defeat Calgary.
The last time the bombing and the Stampeders met in the finals was in the Grace Cup in 2001 and was the winner of the Winnipeg team that Calgary won.
"Yes, Calgary is another challenge, I mean you are against one of the better lines in the league," Bighill said.
"They are a well-supervised team, obviously another game and another opponent, so we have to go out there and continue our work."
QB Matt Nichols talks about the completion of the work.
Andrew Harris, a bomber who rushed to CFL for two consecutive years, knows that Calgary's defense will provide a rigorous test. One of the victories and failures of the two games with the stamps this season was to hit the 99-yard mark in 22 at-bats.
"I do not think every team is going to be tough, I'm not going to say that they are stronger than the other, but how they can play their defense clearly has a different mechanics, and there are good players on the defensive side," Harris said. .
"We have to play better than this season, so it's important to play football against such a team by mistake."
The only focus is on Calgary & # 39;
Quarterback Matt Nichols, who says he will not have an impact on the game last Sunday, has stumbled on any past statistics.
"The past does not affect what this game is, so I think it's important for others to talk." The only focus in Calgary this week is to finish the work this week, "Nichols said. .
"I am doing all the football now."
The bomber has not been able to defeat B.C. and win the CFL title since 1990. Lions in the Gray Cup.
"After practice on Wednesday, coach Mike O'Shea said," If you can not beat Calgary, your focus on the opponent will not leave Calgary. There is no opponent.
"I think we should concentrate on this day. The installation of plays, walkthroughs and focus should not be past the length of our stay."
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