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Saturday, October 6, 2018

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Get 3rd Directly with overtime Success against Ottawa RedBlacks

Lewis Ward kicked three field goals to put the CFL record for consecutive field goals made, but his Ottawa Redblacks ended up on the wrong end of a 40-32 overtime decision to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday. Ward tied Rene Paredes's listing of 39 made cries, place over the 2012-13 season with the Calgary Stampeders, at 11:41 of the next quarter using a 42-yard boot. 

Following Winnipeg fumbled on the next possession 

Ward immediately tied the album using a 40-yard field target in 14:17, cutting on the Bombers lead to 22-17. Winnipeg QB Matt Nichols finished 27-of-36 passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns, including a 12-yard attack in overtime. Trevor Harris prompted Ottawa with 349 passing yards and three TDS onto a 33-for-45 functionality.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Get 3rd Directly

 The loss cost the Redblacks (8-7) an opportunity to clinch a playoff spot and a post-season residence sport.  The Bombers(8-7), meanwhile, lent themselves a little breathing space in their playoff drive from the very tight West Division. Following Nichols attached to a 12-yard TD pass to Weston Dressler and Justin Medlock needed a 27-yard field goal to have a 32-17 lead with just over 11 minutes to play in the fourth quarter, the Redblacks moved to perform.

Harris threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Julian Feoli-Gudino in 11:15 cutting the lead to 32-24, also with 12 minutes to play in law, Harris struck Greg Ellingson to get a six-yard touchdown pass and even a two-point conversion to tie the game at 32.

The Bombers scored a touchdown in their first possession of overtime as Nichols struck Dressler out of 12-yards outside and followed using a two-point conversion.The Redblacks fumbled about the Winnipeg six-line in their sole possession of overtime.

The Bombers had gone to the second half of 19-11 lead, but that was raised to 22-11 at 6:43 of the second quarter on Medlock's 12-yard area objective.Medlock started the scoring with his first four field goals in the first half, providing Winnipeg a 3-0 lead at 6:53 of the first quarter after his 38-yard boot.In their opening possession, the Redblacks obtained an eight-yard touchdown reception by William Powell, accompanied with a two-point passing conversion to Brad Sinopoli, both from Harris, to take an 8-3 lead at 8:18.The Bombers responded just more than four minutes later as Nichols linked with Darvin Adams within an 11-yard catch-and-run TD

Ward subsequently gave the Redblacks that an 11-10 lead with a 27-yard field goal early in the second quarter, giving him 38 right field objectives, one off the list of 39. Medlock linked from 40 and 44 yards giving Winnipeg that a 16-11 lead late in half. The Redblacks did lineup to provide ward with an opportunity to tie the album with a 46-yard effort but instead conducted a fake. 

However, the drama ended up using a turnover on downs with less than two minutes to play at the next.The Bombers took ownership and finished their driveway using a 32-yard Medlock field goal as time expired in the second quarter providing them a 19-11 lead.

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