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Herb Zurkowsky: Als versus Argos is dismal display of missed chances

TORONTO — Look at the bright side: The Alouettes were averaging 14 points a game offensively. They’ve now increased that to almost 15. And, following a one-game drought, they scored two touchdowns. 910 more words


Slotback Nik Lewis at centre of Alouettes' storm

An unrepentant Nik Lewis said Alouettes management can hit him in the pocketbook as often as it wants, but it won’t change his personality. He’ll continue to speak his mind, the veteran slotback vowed on Thursday. 902 more words


Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 4)

In the world of sports, there are plenty of little things that are simply taken as fact without much debate about them.

One of those things is home advantage, one of the biggest myths in all of sport. 1,193 more words


Alouettes seek answers after offence implodes vs. Ticats

The players have to perform, but they must be put into a position by their coaches to succeed, Anthony Calvillo said. As he flourished for years under the direction of Don Matthews and Marc Trestman, it’s Calvillo who is on the hot seat over the Alouettes’ offensive struggles. 885 more words


Als' Nik Lewis doesn't mince words after loss to Ticats

The easiest thing to say is the Alouettes have hit rock bottom — except 15 regular-season games remain. And why do we get the feeling this is going to get a whole lot uglier before this team sees a light at the end of the tunnel? 901 more words


Duron Carter's sideline antics one of many Alouettes lowlights against Redblacks

If Duron Carter’s seeking an ally in the Alouettes’ dressing room following his ejection Thursday night, he need look no further than slotback Nik Lewis — a bombastic, controversial, yet entertaining, figure over 12 Canadian Football League seasons. 888 more words


Alouettes' Lewis a big, dependable target with a coach's mentality

Kevin Glenn is one of the few active Canadian Football League players who knew Nik Lewis when he was half the man he is today. 905 more words