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2010 BC Lions season
Head Coach Wally Buono
General Manager Wally Buono
Home Field Empire Field
Results
Record 8–10
Place 3rd, West
Playoff Finish Lost West Semi-Final
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The 2010 BC Lions season was the 53rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 57th overall. The Lions finished the season in third place in the West Division with a second consecutive 8–10 record and qualified for the playoffs by winning their last game of the season. If they had lost, the Edmonton Eskimos would have qualified instead. The team had a dismal start, posting a 1-7 record to start the season, but won seven of their last 10 games to qualify for the playoffs for the 14th consecutive season. The Lions played the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the West Semi-Final, but lost the game in double overtime 41-38.

Due to renovations to BC Place, the Lions played at a temporary stadium located on the site of their old home field, Empire Stadium. Additionally, Head Coach and General Manager Wally Buono announced that training camp would be held in Kamloops for the next three seasons, beginning with 2010.[1][2]

Offseason Edit

CFL Draft Edit

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
1 4 Danny Watkins OT Baylor
2 10 Shawn Gore WR Bishop's
3 16 Joash Gesse LB Montréal
3 20 Hamid Mahmoudi DB Montréal
4 24 Nate Binder WR Tusculum College
4 25 Akeem Foster WR St. Francis Xavier
5 34 Cauchy Muamba DB St. Francis Xavier
6 41 Adam Baboulas OL Saint Mary's
6 42 Matthew Chapdelaine WR Simon Fraser

Preseason Edit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
A Sun, June 13 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 19–17 Win 29,227 1–0
B Sun, June 20 Edmonton Eskimos 36–32 Loss 24,763 1–1
 #  Games played with white uniforms.

Regular seasonEdit

Season standings Edit

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Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-Calgary Stampeders 18 13 5 0 626 459 26 Details
X-Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 10 8 0 497 488 20 Details
X-BC Lions 18 8 10 0 466 466 16 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 18 7 11 0 382 545 14 Details

Season schedule Edit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
1 Sun, July 4 at Edmonton Eskimos 25–10 Win 32,439 1–0
2 Sat, July 10 Saskatchewan Roughriders 37–18 Loss 27,528 1–1
3 Fri, July 16 Montreal Alouettes 16–12 Loss 25,162 1–2
4 Fri, July 23 at Toronto Argonauts 24–20 Loss 19,709 1–3
5 Fri, July 30 at Edmonton Eskimos 28–25 Loss 32,281 1–4
6 Sat, Aug 7 Calgary Stampeders 27–22 Loss 24,876 1–5
7 Thurs, Aug 12 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 37–13 Loss 30,048 1–6
8 Bye 1–6
9 Fri, Aug 27 Calgary Stampeders 48–35 Loss 25,127 1–7
10 Fri, Sept 3 at Montreal Alouettes 38–17 Win 25,012 2–7
11 Sat, Sept 11 Toronto Argonauts 37–16 Win 22,703 3–7
12 Sat, Sept 18 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 35–31 Loss 21,481 3–8
13 Sat, Sept 25 at Calgary Stampeders 29–10 Win 29,637 4–8
14 Sat, Oct 2 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 16–14 Win 23,186 5–8
15 Mon, Oct 11 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 47–35 (2OT) Loss 25,016 5–9
16 Sat, Oct 16 Edmonton Eskimos 31–28 (OT) Loss 21,414 5–10
17 Fri, Oct 22 at Calgary Stampeders 36–31 Win 28,054 6–10
18 Sun, Oct 31 Saskatchewan Roughriders 23–17 Win 25,479 7–10
19 Sat, Nov 6 at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 23–21 Win 23,913 8–10
 #  Games played with colour uniforms.
 #  Games played with white uniforms.
 #  Games played with alternate uniforms.
 #  Games played with retro uniforms.

Roster Edit

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Offensive Linemen

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Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Inactive List

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Roster updated 2010-10-25
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46 Active, 9 Inactive, 11 PR

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Coaching staff Edit

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Strength and Conditioning


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Player stats Edit

As of the end of Week 13 (Game 12):

Passing Edit

Player Att. Comp  % Yards TD INT Rating
Casey Printers 237 129 54.4 1731 10 6 81.4
Travis Lulay 318 205 64.5 2602 9 11 84.9
Jarious Jackson 48 26 54.2 293 0 3 46.6
Geroy Simon 1 1 100.0 14 0 0 143.8
[3]

Rushing Edit

Player Att. Yards Avg. TD Fumbles
Jamal Robertson 154 953 6.2 8 3
Travis Lulay 62 396 6.4 3 8
Yonus Davis 34 213 6.3 3 4
Jerome Messam 23 92 4.0 2 2
Casey Printers 13 75 5.8 1 4
Emmanuel Arceneaux 8 29 3.6 0 0
Jarious Jackson 11 26 2.4 0 0
Robert Jordan 4 22 5.5 0 0
Paul McCallum 2 20 10.0 0 0
[4]

Receiving Edit

Player No. Yards Avg. Long TD
Geroy Simon 78 1190 15.3 98 6
Emmanuel Arceneaux 67 1114 16.6 74 5
Paris Jackson 61 758 12.4 53 1
Jamal Robertson 54 387 7.2 26 1
Steven Black 22 370 16.8 65 5
Derick Armstrong 22 316 14.4 58 0
O'Neil Wilson 30 256 8.5 20 0
[5]

Awards and recordsEdit

2010 CFL All-StarsEdit

CFL Western All-StarsEdit

MilestonesEdit

PlayoffsEdit

ScheduleEdit

Week Game Date Time Opponent Score Result Attendance
20 West Semi-Final Nov 14 1:30 PM PST at Saskatchewan Roughriders 41–38 (2OT) Loss 29,215
 #  Games played with white uniforms.

BracketEdit

  November 14: Division Semi-Finals     November 21: Division Finals     November 28: 98th Grey Cup
Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton
                           
  East     E3  Toronto Argonauts 17  
  E3  Toronto Argonauts 16     E1  Montreal Alouettes 48    
  E2  Hamilton Tiger-Cats 13         E1  Montreal Alouettes 21
      W2  Saskatchewan Roughriders 18
  West     W2  Saskatchewan Roughriders 20    
  W3  BC Lions 38     W1  Calgary Stampeders 16  
  W2  Saskatchewan Roughriders 41*  

*-Team won in Overtime.


West Semi-Final Edit

BC at Saskatchewan
by Quarter1234

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Total
Lions 3 13 3 8

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35
Roughriders 4 3 7 13

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35


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