Grey Cup Preview: Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Chris AllenSenior Analyst INovember 21, 2007 the 95th Grey Cup draws near, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are trying to cope with the loss of star QB Kevin Glenn.

Glenn broke his left, non-throwing arm in the Blue Bombers' upset win against the Toronto Argonauts on Sunday, November 18th.

Glenn and running back Charles Roberts fumbled on an attempted handoff—and Toronto's Kevin Eiben snapped Glenn's outstretched arm in the ensuing scramble.

As a result, Glenn will watch on the sideline as second-year Ryan Dinwiddie leads the Bombers in the CFL's answer to the Super Bowl.

Another player of note is Milt Stegall, who is looking for his first Grey Cup. Stegall became the CFL's all-time touchdown leader this year, and is expecting this season to be his last.

Stegall would love to top off his record-breaking campaign with a Grey Cup.

It's hard to make a call on the outcome of the game, as Dinwiddie is a wild card.

Dinwiddie's experience is limited, but he made a number of crisp passes last Sunday. If he can repeat that performance in the title game, the Bombers may just come out on top.