Postgame: Alouettes vs. Blue Bombers
June 25, 2016 - Finding Carter
WINNIPEG -Duron Carter picked adult accurately where he left off while Kevin Glenn couldn’t be stopped, as a Alouette corruption took moody in a 22-14 win over a Bombers on Friday night.
Glenn threw for 332 yards and a touchdown on 30-of-42 flitting in his initial opening-day start as an Alouette, while Carter held a game-high 8 passes for 96 yards as a Als’ corruption total for over 400 yards in a winning effort.
Equally considerable was Montreal’s counterclaim underneath Noel Thorpe, that stymied Drew Willy all night in holding him to 141 flitting yards, recording five quarterback sacks and forcing one interception.
While a Bomber corruption struggled to get in sync out of a gate, an hour-long check due to lightning in a area put a check on Investors Group Field early on. A 41-yard margin idea by Boris Bede and a reserve conceded by a Bombers gave a Als a 5-0 lead by 15 minutes, while a Als’ counterclaim continued to set a gait by holding Willy during bay.
The Alouettes continued to lift a play as Glenn was gentle and fit opposite a Bombers’ Richie Hall defence.
Glenn finished 6 true passes, including a highlight-reel tip-toe locate by Carter along a sideline, environment adult a one-yard touchdown run by Brandon Bridge on second down to put a Als forward 12-0.
Bad incited to worse for a Bombers when Chip Cox intercepted Willy’s pass on a really subsequent descent play, holding it low into Winnipeg domain on a 30-yard return.
But any bit of movement a Bombers mustered was fast cleared away, however. On a really subsequent possession, Glenn and his prohibited hand, anticipating Carter over a tip on a low round and giving a Alouettes a round inside a five. Glenn went right to Green along a left sideline in a finish zone, and a maestro twin connected for 6 to extend Montreal’s lead to 19-3.
The Alouettes combined a margin idea to extend a lead to 19, while a Bombers showed signs of life mid by a fourth when Willy changed them inside a red zone. But on a third-down gamble, Willy was pressed on a good particular bid by Bear Woods, branch over a football and putting it behind in Montreal’s hands.
The Als conceded a reserve to make it a 16-point game, but the Bombers were again pressed on third down on another pouch by Montreal’s defensive front, this one from Jesse Joseph.
Last year’s sack-leader in Bowman got off to a clever start in his 2016 debate adding a span of sacks while adding a team-high 6 defensive tackles. But during a finish of a day it was Anthony Calvillo and Jacques Chapdelaine’s corruption that soared for a Alouettes as 6 opposite receivers held 3 or some-more passes.
The subsequent diversion will be during McGill’s Stadium where a Alouettes will face a Ottawa REDBLACKS.