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An undisciplined, aggressive struggle in the problems that plague Ars coach Jones

"I'm sorry how I responded to what's happening in the field"

Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive lineman Anthony Lanier II (91) knocks the ball loose from Montreal Alouettes quarterback Trevor Harris (7) during first half CFL action at Mosaic Stadium on Saturday, July 2, 2022 in Regina.
Saskatchewan Rough Riders defensive lineman Anthony Lanier II (91) from Trevor Harris (7), a quarterback in Montreal Alouette. Knocked out the ball during the first half of the CFL action in Mosaic. Regina's stadium on Saturday, July 2, 2022. Photo: TROY FLEECE/Regina Leader Post

Regina — Alouette heads for the first buy week 1 Season with ~ 3 records — Their only win against the Saskatchewan team, who played their second road game in five days and practiced only once and arrived in Montreal, is back home.

As legendary former NFL coach Bill Parcells once famously said, "You're saying your record is you."

For Ars, that means they aren't a particularly good team at this point. Fortunately, the East Division is poor and Montreal has only one match from first place. However, head coach Khari Jones has a lot to consider in order to face Edmonton from now until the team's next match, July 14.

"We understand who we are and it's been a long season," said quarterback Trevor Harris,and his teammates, 41-20, said Mosaic Stadium after being manually processed by Rough Rider on Saturday night. "When we have four games in a season of 18 games, many people write articles and write about our team, but this story hasn't been written yet.

"We firmly believe that we have what we need. Come in September and October and you'll love what this team looks like."

Harris is currently starting Ars'squarterback in two games, and Montreal recorded two aggressive touchdowns in that span, instead of kicker David Kote. It relies on the foot and the foot of the electric shock. Return specialist Chandler Worthy. He returned an 84-yard kick-off for a touchdown on Saturday, becoming the first player in team history and returning akick-off with a score ofin a series of games.

Harris completed 18 out of 26 passes at 198 yards (a decent number), but he turned the ball more than three times, including two pass cuts. One was returned 90 yards for a touchdown by Nick Marshall when Ars dragged at 13 in the fourth quarter.

Harris was replaced by Vernon Adams Jr. in just over three minutes and remains in the fourth quarter. It was Adams who was replaced by Harris at the beginning of the second quarter of the match in Toronto on June 16.

"We were in a position to win the match in half-time," Harris said. "We came out and didn't have the three phases (success) of the third quarter. We put ourselves behind the eight ball, but we were in a position to make it a one-score game. We were driving to make it a one-score game, and I handed it over (to Marshall). "

Although Ars's lead in half-time was slim. (13-11) Still, it was the second time in four games, and Montreal wasted the advantage of the second half. Ars was unable to hold a10-point break leadin Calgary due to the start of the season. When that happens, there is no responsibility other than Jones and his coach staff.

Montreal was outscored 21-0 by riders in the third quarter, limiting the number of attacks to six. Defensive harness Michael Wakefield, who received considerable play time due to Almondo Sewell's absence, was sent off in the third quarter after receiving his second misconduct penalty. He had a feud with Na’Ty Rodgers on an aggressive tackle. At one point, Wakefield disgustedly threw his helmet and slapped Rogers.

Soccer is an emotional game and some players in Montreal may be exempted for losing patience with referee Albradbury and his crew. Ars received 11 penalties at 105 yards. Incredibly, it was less than Saskatchewan's 16 violations at 155 yards. Nevertheless, Wakefield was sent off as the second Ars player of the season. The lack of discipline must also be due to the head coach.

The rider's aggressive lineman seemed to escape the hold. This could have contributed to the 103-yard rush with Jamal Morrow alone, who had 16 carries.

Jones spent a tremendous amount of time in the dressing room before finally coming out to meet the media, and his ash face spoke volume.

"I'm disappointed with how we responded to what's happening in the field," he said. "I knew it was going to be this kind of game. I warned them and let them know what they had to deal with. We didn't respond the right way. We left (defense) on the field too long and they took advantage of it. You win or lose the game, but you don't necessarily want to lose that way.

"It's terrible and We have to stop, "Jones said of the players' discipline. "We fine everyone. We do what we need. We talked to Wakefield. He lost his head. He just felt the play was dirty against him, He retaliated. He can't retaliate. He can't answer. The man must be able to keep his head. If he can't, this will continue to happen and problems will arise. "

Montreal's quarterback has been fired six times. The loss of the injured center Sean Jamison is obvious. After Wakefield was removed, only Canada's Vincent Desjardins made his season debut because his wife didn't have a baby Sewell.

"The attack line wasn't as good as it used to be," Jones admitted. "They had some problems. I think that's where the game was lost — on both lines. We needed to get better."

  1. Montreal Alouettes defensive back Mike Jones (8) and Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver D'haquille Williams (5) battle for possession of the ball during first half CFL football action in Regina on Saturday, July 2, 2022.

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  2. Alouettes quarterback Trevor Harris completed 16 of 22 passes for 262 yards and avoided turning the ball over last week against the Roughriders.

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  3. Despite frequently covering Duke Williams, who is —seven inches taller and 31 pounds heavier, ALouettes' Najee Murray had five tackles and knocked down two passes last week vs. Saskatchewan.

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