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Dunk: Ticats hoping for more success out East
For the second time in three years the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will call Moncton Stadium home for one game. “When we played Calgary there in 2011, the crowd was fantastic, it was sold out, terrific energy in the stadium and you could tell everyone there was having a great time,” Ticats offensive lineman, Peter Dyakowski said. Two years ago the Tabbies painted the Hub City Black and Gold with an impressive offensive display in a 55-34 win over the Calgary Stampeders.Rewind: TDA 2011The last time the Tiger-Cats paid Moncton a visit, Marcus Thigpen caught two of Kevin Glenn's three touchdown passes and ran in a missed field goal as Hamilton took the 2011 Touchdown Atlantic game with a 55-36 victory over the Calgary Stampeders.» Read More“We’re undefeated, we’re batting 1,000 in Moncton. That’s a great trend,” Dyakowski said. Not only did the seven-year CFL veteran enjoy winning in his only trip to Moncton, he made sure to take full advantage of the vast and incomparable seafood selection on the east coast.“When I was out there in 2011, I had fish and chips on several occasions, I had lobster and sushi as well. Usually I’m a big lobster fan, but the lobster I had there was just okay. So, what I did was I bought lobsters, they were selling live lobsters at the airport for a pretty decent price, it was around eight bucks a pound,” Dyakowski explained. “So I bought a few lobsters, brought them home and I cooked them up – I looked up the ‘Joy of Cooking’ lobster recipe online. They were perfect. So I had beautiful New Brunswick lobsters the next night when I got back to Hamilton.”“I’m definitely going to bring some lobsters back with me again this time.” Just like the great tasting seafood caught off the coast of Atlantic Canada, the Maritimes would like to catch a CFL franchise.It has long been discussed, whether or not the area would be able to sustain and support a professional football team to the level required to be successful.From his experience in 2011, Dyakowski believes it’s not even a conversation. “You can tell the people out there really want to have a team one day - one day soon it seems like. Everyone I talked to was fired up about the idea of the CFL visiting and they’re really excited about the prospect of there being a permanent CFL club out in that direction,” he said. “I get the feeling that if we had an Atlantic team it would get supported a lot like the Roughriders in Saskatchewan.”Ticats rookie Neil King knows how well football is supported in the Maritimes. King played his university football for St. Mary’s and he’s going to have to come up with a bunch of tickets for his east coast friends. “I have to get a double-digit amount of tickets and the number will keep growing until game day. I will try to get as many tickets as possible for all of the guys that are going to come,Wholesale NFL Jerseys,” King said. “Hopefully there is a bunch of nice vets that are feeling good and will give their tickets to the rookie.”The SMU product, like Dyakowski, is looking forward to getting his fill of seafood on his trip back to Atlantic Canada. “The sushi hasn’t been the same since I left the east coast,” King explained. “Seafood, sushi, oysters, you name it – it’s the best and freshest fish you can get.”After the Ticats are done filling up on seafood to get all the energy they need to take on the Alouettes, Hamilton hopes their 2011 presence in the city of Moncton will help give them a distinct home field advantage. “The crowd was definitely in our favour last time,” Dyakowski said. “Now this time around, with Montreal coming in, they are a little bit closer geographically and then we have all of the francophones in New Brunswick who might feel a bit more of an affinity for the Alouettes than for us.” Related Links Another 'home' game for Ticats More Tiger-Cats headlines Buy: Touchdown Atlantic tickets “But I would like to think that there will be some allegiance carrying over from the last time we were out the there, since we are technically the home team.”Home crowd advantage or not, the Ticats are looking to keep their undefeated mark in Moncton in tact. Dunk Dials InBefore Hamilton traveled to Calgary in Week 12, Henry Burris talked about winning games against tough teams in hostile environments. The Ticats had the chance to do exactly what Burris was talking about at McMahon Stadium. Midway through the fourth quarter, Hamilton led 22-19 and the Black and Gold were driving. It was second down and 15 for the ‘Cats on the Stamps' 21-yard line,Arizona Cardinals Jersey, well within field goal range. Calgary lined up with seven defenders on the line of scrimmage, showing blitz. A protection problem for Hamilton because only six bodies were available to try and block, what appeared to be, seven Stampeder rushers.After the pass protection calls were made, the Ticats made CJ Gable responsible for Keon Raymond, the outside defender on the left. Deron Mayo, the outside defender on the right was left free, meaning Burris must get rid of the ball before he gets to the quarterback. As the ball is snapped, number 47, Alvin Bowen takes one step forward to fake a pass rush before dropping into coverage – in football lingo it’s called a zone blitz. Burris stepped up in the pocket, doing a great job of avoiding Mayo, the free defender.The problem for Burris was the pocket had been collapsed and was now too small to get off a throw with a proper delivery. Burris appeared to see Bakari Grant breaking open across the middle, but he couldn’t get off an accurate pass because of the congestion in the pocket. His throw was off target and Bowen, who Burris might not have accounted for in coverage after seeing him at the line of scrimmage before the snap, picked off the pass. Snuffing out a golden opportunity for Hamilton to increase their lead with at least a field goal, and probably a touchdown to Grant if Burris could have been able to setup and pass from a clean pocket.

Moffat: All of a Sutton, Als have a new starting RB
He has more special teams tackles than touchdowns, but it’s fitting that Tyrell Sutton will make his first CFL start at running back on the same day Troy Smith gets his first start at quarterback.Both Smith and Sutton had moved on from playing careers, or so they thought, until the Alouettes came calling one more time.The cliché’ “overnight success years in the making” comes to mind. Or to borrow a phrase from Tyrell’s twitter handle, success is @AllofaSutton22.Smith Starting?Heading into a crucial Eastern clash with the Tiger-Cats on Sunday, the Alouettes appear set on putting the ball in Troy Smith's hands.» Read More“It came out of the blue,” says Sutton of the call to explore the Canadian Football League. “I had a moment of retirement. I had decided to go into coaching out in California with one of my best friends from college.”“I decided to hang up the cleats and just move on to start the process of getting ready for ‘normal life’. I think they’d been trying to get me here for a couple of years.”Like Smith, who was working back at the Ohio State Athletics Department before deciding on the CFL opportunity, Sutton cut back against the grain of best-laid plans for the rest of his life.Sutton, a former NFL Panther, had won the interest of a certain Carolina season-ticket holder named Popp.He’s already scored his first 2 touchdowns, has been averaging 6.2 yards per carry, and has now unseated Jerome Messam in the Als’ backfield.“I made the decision---it’s one last time I really have nothing left to lose. I’m so grateful that they gave me the opportunity. I don’t know how to thank them enough.”Sutton spent a few months in Santa Monica, California coaching with Brendan Smith, his former college teammate at Northwestern turned high school defensive coordinator. “I was out there trying to get my hands on as many young minds as possible. I have so much knowledge I want to share and being able to mould those young minds into future players – hopefully – and great young men. It was a great opportunity for me. “So I’ve got that in my back pocket, I guess. I was just trying to do whatever to keep my name in the football world.”Sutton first got his name out in high school. He once rushed for a school record 505 yards in a game and set the Ohio record for career high school yardage with 9,426.In college, he was a game shy of matching Emmitt Smith,Arizona Cardinals Jersey, Marshall Faulk and Adrian Peterson as the only freshmen to rush for 1,000 yards in just 7 games. Sutton dodged and crashed through contact en-route to 1,474 (3rd highest in Northwestern school history) and 16 TDs.After rushing for more than 1,000 yards his sophomore season, injuries took their toll in junior and senior years. Still, he headed to the NFL draft with more catches than any previous Wildcat running back. Related Links Smith to start at QB for Alouettes Game Notes: A look at Week 17 Buy: Alouettes vs. Tiger-Cats tickets Undersized and “injury-prone” some scouts claimed. The NFL overlooked the heart. He would make the Panthers as a free agent, having had looks from the Packers and Seahawks as well.Growing up in Akron, Ohio, Tyrell is well versed in the exploits of his current teammate Smith. They would cross paths in the NFL.“We’re both from Ohio so we know about each other’s high school through college all the way to the pros. It’s an honour to be playing by his side.”“I got to witness it first hand as the opposition so I know exactly what he can do. I’m just glad he’s on my team this time.”“He brings a leadership quality and a football mastermind that we can really use...the new coaches with the new playbook...it’s just trying to get everyone to mesh really well, to fight through the inconsistency right now.”Sutton brings another fond NFL memory of a special football friendship to Canada and the timing with starting in a CFL Pink game is added inspiration.“Oh man, getting that first NFL start,” Sutton recalls as the smile widens between the ear flaps on his knit toque he’s pulled on after a practice in cool drizzle. “It was against New Orleans in 2009.”Sutton, only 5’8, 215 was given the choice – play fullback or don’t play at all.“My first block in the NFL – second play – DeAngelo Williams for a 70 yard touchdown run against the Saints. That’s the greatest memory I can get so far.”“We were probably the smallest NFL backfield (Williams is officially listed an inch taller at 5’9). We were eye-to-eye...it was the dreads I think,” Sutton chuckles recalling his time in the huddle with the Panthers’ veteran back he calls “my brother.”The Pink Game will be dedicated to the woman Tyrell calls “one of my surrogate moms.”“DeAngelo Williams’ mom is a survivor of breast cancer, so definitely a shout out to her. DeAngelo deserves a shout out too for bringing breast cancer awareness to the NFL too.““That entire family has been through so much and I love that woman.”“He’s just an outstanding ‘teamer’ and a survivor,” Popp said after drills were done. “These guys are survivors, staying around until they get their shot at their position.”“The great thing about Tyrell – he’s like ‘I’ll do anything. Whatever you want me to do.’ He’s gone from being an NFL guy to our practice roster just to be with us.”“He has been willing. He did what he had to do to survive here. Now he’ll get his chance to start.” Sutton’s tenacious running, blocking and special teams toughness is reminiscent of Avon Cobourne’s arrival in Montreal.“There are guys like that,” marvels Popp. “Chip Cox came to me this week and said ‘coach, I’ll play any special teams you want the rest of the season...just tell me.’ There are guys willing to do anything and everything to win.”“Tyrell’s one of those guys.”

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