Blue Bombers can perform at the highest level as a team of players, who listen and understand each other, win games against the strongest competitors and get on top to be the best team.
On Thursday it was a great game for Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the sole possession of first place in the West Division with a 26-24 victory over the Calgary Stampeders.
Winnipeg has won seven straight home games dating back to last season, making it the longest home streak since a seven-gamer in the 2002 and ’03 seasons.
The Stampeders made it a close contest in the final minutes of the game when quarterback Nick Arbuckle connected with Eric Rogers for an 11-yard touchdown with 2:24 remaining. Rene Paredes was good on the convert to squeeze Winnipeg’s lead to 26-24.
The linebacker Adam Bighill is back in the lineup for the showdown of division leaders with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Please visit the link below to watch Adam Bighill interview: