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2010 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season
Head Coach Paul LaPolice
Home Field Canad Inns Stadium
Results
Record 4–14
Place 4th, East
Playoff Finish did not qualify
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The 2010 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season was the 53rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 78th overall. The Blue Bombers finished the year in 4th place in the East division with a 4–14 record and failed to make the playoffs. The team clinched their third consecutive losing season on October 2, 2010 and were eliminated from post-season contention on Oct 23, 2010 making this the second consecutive season that they have missed the playoffs.

After their Week 18 loss against the Edmonton Eskimos, the 2010 Blue Bombers set a CFL record for most losses by four points or less in one season with a remarkable eight such losses. This sets the record after the 1993 Ottawa Rough Riders had seven such losses during their season and when the BC Lions also had seven of these losses in 1996.[1] After losing the final game of the season against the Stampeders, the Blue Bombers finished the year losing nine games by four points or less and ten by a touchdown or less.

Offseason Edit

CFL Draft Edit

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
2 9 Cory Watson SB Concordia
4 28 Christopher Smith LB Queen's
4 29 Anthony Woodson RB Calgary
6 45 Christopher Greaves DL Western

Preseason Edit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
A Sun, June 13 Montreal Alouettes 34–10 Win 28,792 1–0
B Sun, June 20 at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 38–20 Loss 19,645 1–1

Regular seasonEdit

Season standings Edit

East Divisionview · talk · edit
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-Montreal Alouettes 18 12 6 0 521 475 24 Details
X-Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18 9 9 0 481 450 18 Details
X-Toronto Argonauts 18 9 9 0 373 442 18 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18 4 14 0 464 485 8 Details

Season schedule Edit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
1 Fri, July 2 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 49–29 Win 26,302 1–0
2 Fri, July 9 Toronto Argonauts 36–34 Loss 28,009 1–1
3 Fri, July 16 at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 28–7 Loss 21,408 1–2
4 Sat, July 24 Edmonton Eskimos 47–21 Win 26,041 2–2
5 Sat, July 31 at Calgary Stampeders 23–20 Loss 30,150 2–3
6 Sat, Aug 7 at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 29–22 Loss 23,653 2–4
7 Fri, Aug 13 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 39–28 Loss 27,892 2–5
8 Thurs, Aug 19 at Montreal Alouettes 39–17 Loss 25,012 2–6
9 Bye 2–6
10 Sun, Sept 5 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 27–23 Loss 30,048 2–7
11 Sun, Sept 12 Saskatchewan Roughriders 31–2 Win 29,533 3–7
12 Sun, Sept 19 at Toronto Argonauts 17–13 Loss 19,662 3–8
13 Fri, Sept 24 Montreal Alouettes 44–40 Loss 26,154 3–9
14 Sat, Oct 2 at BC Lions 16–14 Loss 23,186 3–10
15 Mon, Oct 11 BC Lions 47–35 (2OT) Win 25,016 4–10
16 Sun, Oct 17 at Montreal Alouettes 22–19 Loss 25,012 4–11
17 Sat, Oct 23 Toronto Argonauts 27–8 Loss 23,446 4–12
18 Sat, Oct 30 at Edmonton Eskimos 16–13 (OT) Loss 32,192 4–13
19 Fri, Nov 5 Calgary Stampeders 35–32 Loss 22,056 4–14

Roster Edit

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Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Slotbacks

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Inactive List

Practice Roster


Italics indicate Import player
Roster updated 2010-10-06
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46 Active, 19 Inactive 5 Practice Roster

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Player stats Edit

PassingEdit

Player Att Comp  % Yards TD INT Rating
Steven Jyles 318 196 61.6 2804 19 7 100.9
Buck Pierce 120 80 66.7 1080 6 4 97.9
Joey Elliott 73 35 47.9 435 2 3 58.9
Alex Brink 40 15 37.5 130 0 1 36.5
Mike Renaud 2 1 50.0 27 0 0 100.0
Terrence Edwards 2 0 0.0 0 0 1 (−206.3)
[2]

RushingEdit

Player Att Yards Avg. TD Fumbles
Fred Reid 213 1396 6.6 6 3
Steven Jyles 65 452 7.0 4 8
Buck Pierce 22 237 10.8 2 2
Chris Garrett 19 113 5.9 0 0
Alex Brink 23 73 3.2 1 1
Joey Elliott 9 66 7.3 0 0
Daryl Stephenson 7 30 4.3 0 0
Brock Ralph 2 24 12 0 0
Yvenson Bernard 5 22 4.4 1 0
Terrence Edwards 2 12 6.0 0 0
Adarius Bowman 2 9 4.5 0 0
Terence Jeffers-Harris 2 6 3.0 0 0
Chris Davis 1 4 4.0 0 0
Andre Sadeghian 1 0 0.0 0 0
[3]

ReceivingEdit

Player No. Yards Avg. Long TD
Terrence Edwards 78 1372 17.6 90 12
Adarius Bowman 50 691 13.8 63 3
Greg Carr 31 568 18.3 74 4
Terence Jeffers-Harris 48 574 11.4 60 4
Brock Ralph 31 394 12.7 49 1
Cory Watson 17 277 16.3 55 1
Fred Reid 35 255 7.3 18 0
Chris Davis 16 184 11.5 40 1
Aaron Hargreaves 14 115 8.2 17 1
Brandon Stewart 1 27 27.0 27 0
Andre Sadeghian 2 12 6.0 9 0
Yvenson Bernard 1 7 7.0 7 0
Jamayel Smith 1 7 7.0 7 0
Jon Oosterhuis 1 0 0.0 0 0
[4]

DefenceEdit

Player Tackles Sacks Forced Fumbles Interceptions
Clint Kent 77 2 2 1
Jovon Johnson 62 0 2 4
Joe Lobendahn 55 3 0 0
Phillip Hunt 53 16 1 0
Marcellus Bowman 51 3 0 1
Alex Suber 51 0 0 0
Doug Brown 49 5 1 0
Ian Logan 45 1 0 1
LaVar Glover 34 0 0 2
Dorian Smith 31 6 0 0
Brady Browne 28 0 0 2
Brandon Stewart 27 0 0 1
Deon Beasley 26 0 0 2
Jonathan Hefney 25 0 0 2
Odell Willis 25 11 4 0
Ike Charolton (Former Bomber) 22 0 2 0
Courtney Smith 14 0 0 1
Bernard Hicks 12 0 0 0
Merrill Johnson 10 0 0 0
Don Oramasionwu 9 3 1 0
Moton Hopkins 7 1 0 1
[5]

Awards and recordsEdit

2010 CFL All-StarsEdit

CFL Eastern All-StarsEdit

MilestonesEdit

PlayoffsEdit

After finishing last in the East division, the Blue Bombers failed to qualify for the 2010 CFL playoffs.

ReferencesEdit

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