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2006 Edmonton Eskimos season
Head Coach Danny Maciocia
General Manager Paul Jones
Home Field Commonwealth Stadium
Results
Record 7–11–0
Place 4th, West
Playoff Finish did not qualify
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The 2006 Edmonton Eskimos finished 4th in the West division with a 7–11–0 record and failed to make the playoffs. This marked the end of their 34 year streak of making the playoffs, the longest such streak in North American Sports History.[1][2]

OffseasonEdit

CFL DraftEdit

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
1 1 Adam Braidwood DE Western Washington
2 17 Jason Nugent DB Rutgers
3 21 Dwayne Mundle LB West Virginia
3 25 Mike Williams DE Boise State
4 26 Andrew Brown LB Lafayette
4 34 Jean Phillipe Abraham LB Laval
5 42 Nicolas Bisaillon RB Laval
6 50 Greig Longchamps OL Montreal

TransactionsEdit

Date Type Incoming Outgoing Team
December 2, 2005 Trade Danny McManus (QB)
Tim Bakker (OL)
*Imokhai Atogwe (DB)
1st round pick in 2006 CFL DraftAdam Braidwood (DL)
Jason Maas (QB)
*6th round pick in 2006 CFL DraftGreig Longchamps (OL)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
February 18, 2006 Trade Robert Brown (DL)
Reggie Durden (DB)
Davis Sanchez (DB) Montreal Alouettes
March 8, 2006 Trade 4th round pick in 2006 CFL DraftAndrew Brown (LB) Kwame Cavil (SB) Hamilton Tiger-Cats
April 1, 2006 Trade 3rd round pick in 2006 CFL DraftDwayne Mundle (LB) Danny McManus Calgary Stampeders
July 3, 2006 Trade Michael Botterill (LB) 3rd round pick in 2007 CFL DraftChris Van Zeyl (DL) Montreal Alouettes

*Portion of the trade was reversed due to Atogwe's long-term injury

PreseasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Attendance Record Pts
A June 3 Edmonton Eskimos 8–14 Saskatchewan Roughriders 25,114 0–1 0
B June 9 Saskatchewan Roughriders 22–7 Edmonton Eskimos 27,840 0–2 0

Regular seasonEdit

Season standingsEdit

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Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-BC Lions 18 13 5 0 555 355 26 Details
X-Calgary Stampeders 18 10 8 0 477 426 20 Details
X-Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 9 9 0 465 434 18 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 18 7 11 0 399 468 14 Details

Season scheduleEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Attendance Record Pts
1 June 17 Edmonton Eskimos 14–24 Calgary Stampeders 25,895 0–1–0 0
2 June 24 Calgary Stampeders 14–18 Edmonton Eskimos 40,491 1–1–0 2
3 July 1 Edmonton Eskimos 10–46 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 23,521 1–2–0 2
4 July 7 BC Lions 20–27 Edmonton Eskimos 35,035 2–2–0 4
5 Bye 2–2–0 4
6 July 20 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 25–22 Edmonton Eskimos 37,611 2–3–0 4
7 July 28 Montreal Alouettes 21–13 Edmonton Eskimos 32,411 2–4–0 4
8 Aug 4 Edmonton Eskimos 17–34 BC Lions 27,312 2–5–0 4
9 Aug 11 Saskatchewan Roughriders 18–24 Edmonton Eskimos 39,599 3–5–0 6
10 Aug 18 Edmonton Eskimos 28–30 BC Lions 33,589 3–6–0 6
11 Bye 3–6–0 6
12 Sept 4 Edmonton Eskimos 23–44 Calgary Stampeders 35,744 3–7–0 6
13 Sept 8 Calgary Stampeders 26–45 Edmonton Eskimos 47,965 4–7–0 8
14 Sept 16 Edmonton Eskimos 22–27 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 25,107 4–8–0 8
15 Sept 22 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 20–18 Edmonton Eskimos 36,406 4–9–0 8
16 Sept 30 Edmonton Eskimos 30–25 Saskatchewan Roughriders 27,894 5–9–0 10
17 Oct 9 Edmonton Eskimos 23–28 Toronto Argonauts 26,891 5–10–0 10
18 Oct 14 Toronto Argonauts 28–25 Edmonton Eskimos 39,533 5–11–0 10
19 Oct 21 Edmonton Eskimos 30–20 Montreal Alouettes 45,607 6–11–0 12
20 Oct 27 Saskatchewan Roughriders 18–20 Edmonton Eskimos 31,779 7–11–0 14

Total attendance: 340,830
Average attendance: 37,870 (63.0%)

Awards and recordsEdit

All-Star selectionsEdit

ReferencesEdit


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