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Another chapter will be written in Ottawas CFL story when the Redblacks play their first home game in franchise history Friday night against the Toronto Argonauts. However, it will be far from the first professional football game the nations capital has seen. For almost a century they were known as the Rough Riders (not to be confused with the Roughriders from Saskatchewan). Then, after a six year absence, the city returned to the CFL with the Renegades for a short and controversial four-year stint. Now after a time where some thought it could never happen, football has returned to Ottawa with a new name, a new group of players and new optimism. Looking back at their long history, Ottawa definitely has had some proud - and not so proud - moments on and off the gridiron. The Early Years Before they were the Rough Riders, they were simply known as the Ottawa Football Club, formed in 1876. It wasnt until 1898 when they changed their name to the Rough Riders. For a five-year stint from 1925-30, they were called the Ottawa Senators before changing the name back. In the early 1950s Ottawa hosted the NFLs New York Giants for a pair of exhibition games, losing both times. They won four Grey Cup championships (1925, 1926, 1940 and 1951) before the Canadian Football League officially formed in 1958. The Glory Years The Rough Riders won five Grey Cups under the CFL umbrella from 1960-76 (1960, 1968, 1969, 1973 and 1976) with Frank Clair manning the sidelines as head coach and Canadians such as quarterback Russ Jackson, receiver Whit Tucker, running back Ron Stewart and tight end Tony Gabriel leading the charge on the gridiron. Jackson of Hamilton, Ont. is widely considered to be the greatest Canadian-born quarterback to play in the CFL and is a member of the Order of Canada, the Canadian Football of Fame and Canadas Sports Hall of Fame. He even finished eighth - and as the top Canadian - in TSNs ranking of the top 50 CFLers of all-time. Ottawa could run during those successful years as well. Rough Riders running back Vic Washington has the record for longest rushing touchdown in Grey Cup history with an 80-yard scamper during their 1968 Grey Cup victory over the Calgary Stampeders. Their final championship season came in 1976 and is probably the most notable. Burlingtons Tony Gabriel caught a deep touchdown pass from quarterback Tom Clements with just 20 seconds remaining in the final quarter to defeat their hated rivals, the Saskatchewan Roughriders 23-20. It became known as simply "The Catch" and was arguably the greatest moment in Rough Riders history as well as one of the most memorable Grey Cup plays ever. Ottawa made one more Grey Cup final appearance in 1981 against the Edmonton Eskimos - a game in which they blew a 19-point halftime lead to lose 26-23. With nine championships, the Rough Riders are fourth all-time in Grey Cup victories behind the Argonauts (16), Eskimos (13) and Blue Bombers (10). The Decline From 1983 to the end of their existence in 1996, the Rough Riders never put together another winning season and didnt win a single playoff game. As the team struggled mightily, fans stopped coming out and the franchise lost money at a rapid rate. One positive note from this era came in 1988 when Jo-Anne Polak was named co-general manager of the team, which made her the first woman to be appointed to an executive title in CFL history. On the other side of the spectrum, there was the time when Ottawa management drafted a dead man. Derrell Robertson was a defensive end who played one season with the Las Vegas Posse in 1994 during the CFLs doomed American expansion. Shortly after the season, the 27-year-old died in a car accident. With the Posse folding after just one season, all their players became available through a dispersal draft and Ottawa drafted Robertson fully believing he was alive and well. Not a great moment for a franchise that was on its last legs. The team folded in 1996, 120 years after the Ottawa Football Club played their first game against the Aylmer Club at Jacques-Cartier Square. Franchise Records Most Career Touchdowns: Bob Simpson (Windsor, Ont.) - 70 Most Career Passing Yards: Russ Jackson (Hamilton, Ont.) - 24, 592 yards Most Career Passing Touchdowns: Russ Jackson - 185 Most Passing Touchdowns in a Season: Damon Allen (American) - 34 in 1990 Most Career Rushing Yards: Dave Thelen (American) - 6, 917 Most Career Receiving Yards: Tony Gabriel (Burlington, Ont.) - 7, 484 Most Career Receptions: Tony Gabriel - 444 Back With The Renegades In 2002, Ottawa was back in the CFL game, this time with the Renegades. Hope was back in the nations capital with an entirely new franchise, but it ultimately didnt last very long. Over four seasons, the Renegades would win only 23 games and never got a sniff of the post-season. On April 9, 2006 the CFL suspended operations of the franchise after low attendance and unstable ownership from the Glieberman family. Football was done in Ottawa - again. A New Hope In 2008, a group led by Ottawa 67s owner Jeff Hunt was awarded a conditional CFL franchise that would become the Redblacks. After getting approval for a redevelopment of Lansdowne Park and the hiring of general manager Marcel Desjardins as well as head coach Rick Campbell, Ottawa was finally ready to start putting another team together. Receiver Fred Rouse, defensive lineman Dimetrio Tyson and defensive back Nick Turnbull became the first signings in franchise history. They would later sign free agent and veteran quarterback Henry Burris to a contract. The Redblacks have gone 0-2 so far in 2014, losing games on the road to the Blue Bombers and Eskimos. With a rejuvenated fan base and stable ownership along with a fairly strong team by expansion standards, this version of Ottawa football seems like its here to stay. And thats all football fans in the nations capital want to hear. Brandon Morrow Jersey .com) - Real Madrid claimed its 20th consecutive win across all competitions by cruising to a 4-1 victory at Almeria on Friday. Steve Cishek Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.thecubsteamshop.com/Cubs-Willson-Contreras-Kids-Jersey/ . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell. Anthony Rizzo Jersey . - A pitch clock will be used this season during minor league games at Triple-A and Double-A, but it has been ruled out for the major leagues this year. Ryne Sandberg Jersey .J. -- The New York Jets have promoted Tony Sparano Jr.With an overall record of 59-63, including 6-9 last week, TSN football analyst Chris Schultz is back with his Week 9 selections in the NFL in Risky Business. New Orleans (-2.5) at Carolina The Panthers did play the Seahawks tough in losing by only four points but Seattle had five opportunities to put the game away and did not capitalize so I do think that 13-9 score is misleading. Youre never sure which team will show up for the Saints - the one that beat the Packers 44-23 or the one that has lost seven road games in a row. Heres a fact about three of their four road losses this year: the Saints had the lead in the fourth quarter against the Falcons, Browns and Lions only to lose by 3, 2, and 1 point. This one will be close but I like the Saints. New Orleans. Tampa Bay at Cleveland (-6.5) The Bucs have had two blowout losses this year, at Atlanta and at home against Baltimore two weeks ago. Every other game has been within one touchdown. For the Browns at 4-3 they are still a possible playoff team by record but do need to improve the run game and on third down. The Bucs need to score first as they have lost 16 consecutive games when the opponent gets on the board first. Bucs on points...Tampa Bay. Arizona at Dallas (-4) The Arizona Cardinals are quietly, very quietly one of the NFLs best teams over the last 16 games, this and last year. In the last 16 they are 13-3. And they do win in the most dramatic ways. Last week they used an end zone interception and late fourth quarter touchdown passes to beat the Eagles 24-20. For the Cowboys they must clarify the procedures in blitz pick up to protect Tony Romo. And it should happen because Cowboy mistakes in protection were much more mental than physical. The Cowboys will try to re-establish DeMarco Murray who only had 19 carries against Washington. The Cardinals will try to hit the big play early and often to keep the pressure on Romo to make the key plays, not Murray. Another key is the health and availability of Patrick Peterson. Cardinals need him to compete directly with Dez Bryant. Cardinals. Philadelphia (-2) at Houston Its the second road game in a row for the Eagles after the Arizona game and that is a tough challenge. Nick Foles as a quarterback has definitely come back down to quarterback reality with 12 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Last week in Arizona he had 411 yards passing but 62 attempts. The game to me is more about Arian Foster and LeSean McCoy than Foles and Ryan Fitzpatrick. The team that wins will be the one with the more productive running back. It will be good to see Jadeveon Clowney in uniform for the Texans but more fun to watch him compete against one of the best left tackles in football, Jason Peters. Eagles. New York Jets at Kansas City (-9.5) The Chiefs have won their last two home games by a combined 75-21 score. Its significant that Michael Vick will make his first start in a long time and although getting all the practice reps will help he really will have to double his quarterback rating to compete, which is currently 49.9. Percy Harvin will make an impact and the Jets defensive front seven is good but the Chiefs are rolling and I think they will continue to do so. Kansas City. Jacksonville at Cincinnati (-11.5) The Bengals are going to win but by how much? In the last 13 games they have 12 wins and one tie at Paul Brown Stadium. If the trend continues the Jaguars will have difficulty scoring points. The only time this season where they scored more than 20 was in their only win over the Browns at home when they scored 24. Denard Robinson, the ex-Michigan Wolverine quarterback is the Jaguars leading rusher, not Toby Gerhart. Pressure is off a little for Cincinnati after they beat Baltimore by three last week. Blake Bortles has to improve and I think he will. Cincinnati wins but Jacksonville keeps it close on points. Jaguars. San Diego at Miami (-2) The Dolphins have won two in a row and the Chargers have lost two in a row. But the Chargers are coming off Thursday Night Football in Denver so traveling west to east should not be a big issue, lots of preparation time. For Miami to win they need a good pass rushing game and a good time of possession game. Right now Philip Rivers is playing his best foottball with 20 touchdown passes and just five interceptions.dddddddddddd Miami has to hurry him as a quarterback and keep the ball away from him so he cant run a lot of plays as a quarterback. Ryan Tannehill had 56 first half yards against Jacksonville. San Diego has lost to Arizona, KC and Denver. With extra time and good play from DJ Fluker and King Dunlap I can see a tough but three-point win for the Chargers. San Diego. Washington at Minnesota (-2.5) Will RG3 start or will it be Colt McCoy? McCoy was impressive in the 20-17 win over Dallas on Monday but now has to play a Viking team that in the last three games has allowed 13, 17 and 17 points. If I was running Washington I would go with McCoy for one more game as the Redskins do have a bye week and could have a healthy Griffin III for the last seven games with the first being Tampa Bay at home. Trent Murphy has filled in for Brian Arakpo, DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon are good receivers, and Alfred Morris as a running back can close out a game. Washington should be confident, Vikings just a touch complacent. Washington. St. Louis at San Francisco (-9.5) The 49ers are coming off the bye week and the timing is good. After three straight wins they lost in Denver and looked tired and beat up and Peyton Manning took advantage. For St. Louis they did trade for Mark Barron with Tampa Bay which means they dont have extreme confidence in the secondary they presently have. How will Greg Robinson play as starting offensive tackle for the Rams, replacing Jake Long? Robert Quinn vs. Joe Staley. The 49ers offensive tackle won Round 1, now can he win Round 2? I do think San Francisco coming off a bye will be rejuvenated but the 49ers handled the Rams in St Louis already, they can do it again here. 49ers by 10 to cover the number. Oakland at Seattle (-15) I am not sure how the Raiders are going to score more than 15 points because outside of one game, a 31-28 loss to San Diego, the Raiders have yet to score more than 14. The Seahawks know they have to get on a roll and fast, since Arizona is good and San Francisco is getting healthy. I dont think Seattle will be complacent against Oakland and being back home after two road games the stadium noise will be at an enthusiastic high. A score of 28-10 sounds good to me. Seattle covers, Seahawks. Denver (-3) at New England Great game. Records of 6-1 against 6-2. Both teams are coming off slightly misleading victories. Denver beat San Diego 35-21 as the Chargers were without their top three running backs and two cornerbacks. New England cruised 51-23 over Chicago but the Bears lacked NFL intensity throughout in one of the most uninspired performances in that franchises history. But in reality this is the 16th Brady vs. Manning game about to be played. Brady has won 10, Manning five, and New England has won 13 straight at home at Gillette Stadium. On top of that, Brandon LaFell is becoming an impact receiver. Home underdog, and I will stay with the home team. Patriots. Baltimore at Pittsburgh (Pick em) These are two completely different types of offences when it comes to producing touchdowns. The Ravens have more drives of 80-plus yards than any other NFL team, they will grind you into submission if you let them. The Steeler receivers are maturing together led by Antonio Brown. He has an NFL record going of at least five catches for 50 yards in the last 24 games. Pass protection was an easy challenge for Pittsburgh last week, it wont be this week. It is tough to beat the same divisional team twice in half a football season. Especially when Baltimore does not have perhaps its best cornerback in Jimmy Smith. Pittsburgh. Indianapolis (-3) at NY Giants It is hard to explain how a team like the Colts can shut out the Bengals one week and then give up 51 to Pittsburgh. No Vontae Davis, no Erik Walden is one reason but I do think the Colts will respond. Coming off the bye week, the Giants will be healthy but can they create a pass rush and protect as well as Pittsburgh. Andrew Luck has thrown for 300 or more yards in six straight games, breaking a Peyton Manning record. The Giants have not allowed 300 yards to a quarterback in five of their last six games. What gives? The Giants defence. Colts. 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