After Ryan Dinwiddie's superb performance in the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' first win of the season in their fifth regular season game, the Bombers are looking for that to be the breakthrough point.
Dinwiddie's superb game included over 60% completion rate along with over 400 yards total. Confident with Dinwiddie and his first performance, head coach Doug Berry is ready to go with him again as his QB.
Despite Berry being an undying supporter of starting QB Kevin Glenn, the shake-up at the QB position has seemed to spark the somewhat sluggish Winnipeg offense.
With the imminent return of Milt Stegall, the Bombers can only look to go up. After a solid game from WR Romby Bryant, including the game-winning touchdown with 12 seconds left, the Bombers have many deadly threats down the field.
Can the Winnipeg offense spark the same offensive numbers it did against Calgary against the high-octane offense of the Toronto Argonauts?
Can the Winnipeg defense tighten up and play solidly?
After praying for relief from a terrible start to the CFL season, Winnipeg Blue Bomber fans can hopefully watch the game and watch a team that seemed to be sparked to play better.