|1969 Ottawa Rough Riders season|
|Head coach||Frank Clair|
|Home field||Lansdowne Park|
|Division place||1st, East|
|Playoff finish||Won Grey Cup|
The 1969 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 1st place in the Eastern Conference with an 11–3 record and won the Grey Cup, repeating as Grey Cup Champions. Russ Jackson retired from the Canadian Football League after this game, having won three Grey Cup championships. He retired with the team record for total career passing yards with 24,952.
|A||July 5||at Montreal Alouettes||26–20||Win||1–0|
|B||July 14||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||15–13||Loss||1–1|
|C||July 18||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||6–5||Loss||1–2|
|D||July 22||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||39–8||Win||2–2|
|Ottawa Rough Riders||14||11||3||0||399||298||22|
|1||July 30||vs. Montreal Alouettes||47–15||Win||1–0|
|2||Aug 6||at Calgary Stampeders||35–19||Win||2–0|
|3||Aug 13||vs. BC Lions||41–24||Win||3–0|
|4||Aug 20||at Montreal Alouettes||17–15||Win||4–0|
|5||Sept 1||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||27–22||Loss||4–1|
|6||Sept 6||vs. Montreal Alouettes||47–22||Win||5–1|
|7||Sept 13||vs. Toronto Argonauts||25–23||Win||6–1|
|8||Sept 20||at Toronto Argonauts||34–27||Win||7–1|
|9||Sept 27||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||17–0||Win||8–1|
|10||Oct 4||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||28–20||Win||9–1|
|11||Oct 12||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||38–21||Loss||9–2|
|11||Oct 15||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||38–31||Win||10–2|
|12||Oct 25||vs. Toronto Argonauts||20–9||Win||11–2|
|13||Nov 1||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||28–7||Loss||11–3|
|East Final #1||Nov 16||at Toronto Argonauts||22–14||Loss||11–4|
|East Final #2||Nov 22||vs. Toronto Argonauts||32–3||Win||12–4|
|Grey Cup||Nov 30||Saskatchewan Roughriders||29–11||Win||13–4|
|Teams||1 Q||2 Q||3 Q||4 Q||Final|
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