The Edmonton Eskimos have shown that they can bring the hurt once again, after a 42-28 win over Sasakatchewan they did it again vs the Hamilton Tiger Cats. I will allow my mid game self to take over the rest of this blog as I am finishing this recap a few minutes past midnight, I started on this article in the Esks pressbox on my blackberry because I'm trying to be a hipster so enjoy this as the Avry from a few hours agoinforms you about this game from the Professional league in Canada or as the Eastern people of southwest North Dakota say the CFL.  Well this was a sloppy game, for one team anyway and that club is not named the Edmonton Eskimos. Even with a delay 12 mins into the 1st quarter Ricky Ray was able to hook up with guys like Fred Stamps, Jason Barnes and Adarius Bowman often in a 28-10 win. Two Damon Duval field goals and single made it a 7-0 game early. 
The Esks started to blow things open with a 68 yard TD pass from Ray to Stamps making this the most one sided 14-0 game.
Kevin Glenn is still the most unpredictable QB in the CFL just being unable to get much going through the air, throwing an INT to DB Jykine Bradly.  but his WRs and Slotbacks have made drops with names like Chris Williams and Arland Bruce III among them in that department.
Hamilton did break the goose egg thanks to a Justin Meadlock 42 yard FG before half time to make it a 14-3 game.

The Esks continued where they left off at halftime thanks to a Jerome Mesam TD run and before that he had 32 yard run 21-3 Esks and guess what? Hamilton couldn't tackle either.

The Esks D put a hurting on the Ti Cats all night long as LB Mike Cornell jacked up Avon Coubourne as he tried to catch a pass. (Coubourne was hit so hard I bet he could taste his liver now).

Hamilton tried to make things interesting with a long drive late in the 3rd which ended early in the 4th with a Glenn TD pass to make it 21-10 to Dave Stala (With Meadlock extra point).

Jerome Messam got himself another rushing TD to make things a 28-10 ball game and finished with 104 yards rushing as Edmonton was able to roll to the win
and are 2-0 on the season. The Esks take on BC at home on July 16th next and as for Hamilton? They head back to Steeltown to play the Roughriders on July 16th also. Post game audio with WR Fred Stamps Post game audio with Jerome Messam That's all for now I'm Avry and I'm out! Note: Make sure to Pump this article at the top of the page