Canadian Football League

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Lions end 4 game losing streak to remain on top of Canadian Football League

Casey Printers threw four touchdown passes Saturday night as the B.C. snapped a four-game losing streak by pounding the lowly Winnipeg Blue Bombers 41-1.
After starting the season 11-0, talk of an undefeated season ensued.

However, the Lions have struggled during their losing streak and needed a strong performance against the Bombers to regain their lost confidence.
The Lions' defence, who's given up 90 points in their last two games, had three interceptions and a fumble recovery.
The turnovers were converted into 17 points.
Printers, the CFL's most outstanding player last year but has been hampered by a sore shoulder, finished the game with 303 passing yards.
He threw touchdown passes to Lyle Green, Ryan Thelwell, Geroy Simon and Paris Jackson.
Running back Antonio Warren rushed for his 16th touchdown for a share of the league lead.


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