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HAMILTON, Ont. Wholesale Jerseys . -- Henry Burris and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats were looking good in late July when they headed into their bye week atop the East Division following a 35-34 road win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders. They havent won since. Hamilton (3-7) will try to snap an ugly five-game losing streak Saturday night when it hosts the Edmonton Eskimos (5-5). And the game is an important one for the Ticats, who are third in the East Division and in danger of missing the playoffs. You can watch the game on TSN and TSN Mobile TV at 3pm et/Noon pt. Finishing third in the East wont necessarily secure Hamilton a post-season berth given the existence of the crossover in the CFL. If the fourth-place finisher in one division has more points than the third-place finisher in the other, then the fourth-place squad crosses over into the other division and assumes the final playoff berth. And that crossover team could be Edmonton, which is tied for third in the West with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. "Were in a rut right now," said Burris, who is in his first year with Hamilton. "Weve been going through some big-time growing pains, making too many mistakes, playing inconsistent football and its cost us a number of games. But theres still a lot of time left in this season and its never over until its over. "It starts with one game and we need this victory bad." But it wont come easily against an Edmonton team still stinging from two straight losses to arch-rival Calgary. The Eskimos defence leads the CFL in interceptions (1Cool, is tied for the lead in sacks (24) and has allowed the second-fewest points (20.5 per game). Hamilton will be without rushing leader Chevon Walker (lower body) for the second straight game. That means veteran Avon Cobourne, who had 113 yards rushing on 13 carries in last weekends 45-31 road loss to Toronto, will earn his third start of the season. But the onus will also be on Hamiltons struggling defence to play better. The Ticats head into weekend action ranked last in 21 of the CFLs 25 statiscal categories. Veteran linebacker Rey Williams says hes past being frustrated. Now hes angry. "Im embarrassed because I think we do have some good players on defence and how can you call yourself a good player on defence when youre (giving) up numbers like that?," he said. "You start to question yourself. . . Are you that good? Are you not that good? "Its frustration at first, but now it is anger. Guys are angry and guys get testy and were not letting the little things go anymore. If you mess up, guys on the field are going to let you know you messed up . . . And I think its a good thing. Theres no more mistakes. Weve got to find a way to help this team win football games." The defence has had to overcome rotations due to injuries and rookies getting used to the game. The front office has brought in three new players in the last week to shore-up the defensive side of the ball. Torrey Davis, who came from Calgary last week, will start at tackle, and Brandon Peguese, who was acquired from B.C. on Monday, should also see action at defensive end. On Thursday, Hamilton traded fullback Darcy Brown to Edmonton for linebacker Ricardo Colclough. Ticats coach George Cortez admits while hes disappointed with his teams results, hes trying to focus on the rest of the season. "Win or lose for coaches, and I think for players also, when you get a day away from the last game youre on to the next game," he said. "Youre preparing for the next game. If youre dwelling on the last game, youve never going to recover to do the best you can do." Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys . Rusch, 29, made six starts in June, going 4-1 with a tiny 1.90 ERA. 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So at that time, when he wasnt really sure what the score was, what the quarter was, we knew he had a mild concussion -- at least according to the doctors," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said after his team fell to 2-3. "It feels good right now; a lot better right now. But that was ... why he didnt go back into the game." Team spokesman Tony Wyllie said Griffin was examined by a neurologist in the locker room before being sent home from the teams stadium and will be evaluated again Monday. NFL rules require a player diagnosed by the team medical staff with a concussion to sit out the rest of the game. The player also cant return to practice or game action until a team doctor and independent neurologist clear him. Griffin was not in the locker room after Washingtons eighth consecutive home loss, but about three hours later, he wrote on Twitter: "Im ok and I think after all the testing I will play next week." The Redskins announced in the press box during the game that Griffin was "shaken up" and his return was "questionable" -- and never updated his status. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the league would look into whether the Redskins followed a league requirement that teams are accurate and timely in reporting injury information. "I knew it was a big hit, and I knew after he laid down that something was wrong," Redskins running back Alfred Morris said. "So I was like, Oh, no. I said a prayer for him." Said Redskins linebacker Lorenzo Alexander: "Obviously, its a scary situation. Hopefully hes able to recover. Never want to rush a guy back like that. ... Hopefully Roberts able to get back as quick as possible -- but only when hes completely healthy. Because once you get one concussion, they can occur rapidly if you go out there too soon." Near the Falcons sideline while trying to find someone to throw to in a 7-7 game, the No. 2 overall pick in this yearrs draft fell forward while being tripped up by one defender. Wholesale Jerseys 2013. Griffins helmet slammed into the side of Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon. As Griffin was led off the field by trainers, chants of "RG3! RG3!" rang out in the stands. "I felt like he was still turning upfield, so I was just trying to make a play. Most quarterbacks would probably slide out of bounds or run out of bounds, but hes a tough guy," Weatherspoon said. "Hes a tough guy, and I think hell learn a little bit." Griffins injury came on an afternoon when his running had been scaled back. Through Week 4, thanks in part to using some option plays, he was the leagues top rushing QB, with 234 yards, and already had tied a Redskins season record for a quarterback with four TDs rushing. But against the Falcons (5-0 for the first time in franchise history), Griffins only run was a 7-yard gain on a scramble. He was 10 for 15 for 91 yards throwing. "Its a different dynamic when hes not in there. You dont have to account for the quarterback running the football," Falcons coach Mike Smith said. "Hes a distributor who throws it and hands it off to someone else, so it did it change our game plan when he left the game." On the play after Griffin was injured, the Redskins took a 10-7 lead on a 23-yard field goal by Billy Cundiff, who had missed four of his five previous kicks, including pushing a 31-yarder wide right in the second quarter Sunday. Another rookie quarterback, fourth-round pick Kirk Cousins, took over for Griffin on Washingtons next possession. "I did get a word from a trainer that I would be going in and I would be finishing the game," Cousins said. On his first snap in the NFL, Cousins completed a 4-yard pass to Joshua Morgan, before the Redskins wound going three-and-out and punting. On Cousins second drive, he completed a 77-yard touchdown pass to Santana Moss to give Washington a 17-14 lead. But Cousins was intercepted on each of Washingtons final two possessions. The Redskins would like to see Griffin back under centre next week against the visiting Minnesota Vikings. Perhaps with a slightly more cautious approach on plays like the one that sent him to the sideline Sunday. "Youd like to have him throw the ball away when hes outside the pocket and not have to take that hit like that," Washington linebacker London Fletcher said. "But hes a competitor, hes trying to make plays, so you cant fault him for that. But were definitely concerned. Hopefully hell be able to bounce back." ' ' '



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