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Rider trying to rebound against Alouette

It's not easy to deal with nightmarish defeats, but Cody Fajardo believes Saskatchewan Ruff Riders can carry out their mission.

The rider who participated in the short week was defeated by Montreal Alouette 37-13 on June 23rd. This was a terrible game for riders. Montreal's Chandler Worthy made an 88-yard opening kick-off for a touchdown.

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Fajardo admitted the host rider Saturday Ars at Regina was a little overwhelmed by the start and couldn't find a way to get the flow back.

"They set back the opening kick-off and self-doubt begins to creep in," Fajardo said. "You are already down 7 points. Then, in the first play of the game, we experienced some misunderstandings and assignment failures that were mostly pick 6, and then to Shakel (Evans). It was a throw. He was probably out of the 0.5 inch range, so he goes out two. Then they score a field goal, and you're seeing an early 10-0 deficit, and We had only two plays. As a violation, it's hard to overcome. "

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Attack The pain was exacerbated by the impressive performance of Montreal's defense, which recorded eight sack and three intercepts.

This was the first match for the rider to defeat Edmonton Elks 26-16 on June 18th without the use of Dunclark in the center with a broken fibula. With Clark leaving, rookie Logan Bandy stepped into the lineup with Alouette in just one practice to prepare for his first CFL start.

Bandi's inexperience combined the lack of practice time with the strength of Montreal's defenses has brought a long night to the rider.

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Riders head coach Craig Dickenson feels that offensive lines shouldn't bear the blame of the eight sack.

"I think our offensive line worked better than what the eight sack shows," Dickenson said. "I thought they were fiercely competing and staying in front of the defensive lineman most of the time, but it's a good defensive line.

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"They did a good job of disguising some things and forcing them to grab the ball a little longer than we did. And yes, Bandy made some mistakes. It was a perfect storm, but not everything was going well. Not everything was a quarterback. And it wasn't all, they shared responsibility.

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"Now we have the right time to get things ready and get things done, a much better team I'm hoping to be. I was able to play much better than we did. "

After not allowing sack in the first week, the rider has 11 sack in the last two games. Abandoned. This is the sum of the biggest two games for riders since abandoning 12 bags in British Columbia in October 2016. And Montreal.

Montreal may be a little easier for riders on Saturday as there is no defensive lineman Almond Seawell to miss due to personal problems. The 35-year-old veteran is one of the league's top defensive players, scoring two sack in last week's victory.

In addition to Clark's injury, Riders' breach also addresses the absence of Evans, who suffered an ankle fracture in the first quarter of last week's loss. This is the second consecutive season that Evans missed due to serious injury. He broke his leg in 2021 and missed seven games.

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Evans is expected to miss 6-8 weeks due to an ankle injury, this Week by Regina's Mitch Picton to be replaced by.

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Montreal Alouettes at Saskatchewan Rough Riders (1-2) (2-1)

Saturday, Mosaic Stadium

ALS BY THE NUMBERS: For the fourth week, Montreal had major rushers, receivers and scorers. Jeshrun Antwi has 172 yards, Eugene Lewis has 307 yards, and kicker David Cote has 40 points.

Sack Attack: Rider's defensive end, Pete Robertson, led the CFL in five sack and recorded sack in all three games of the season. In 11 rookie games last season, Robertson collected five sack in a backup role.

Save the Last Best: Riders scored 69 points in three games this season, 39 of which were scored in the fourth quarter. He has scored 30 points in total for the other three quarters.

Defense of rough riders seeking better efforts in their rematch with Ars on Sunday

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