|1986 Ottawa Rough Riders season|
|Head coach|| Joe Moss |
Tom Dimitroff (Interim)
|Home field||Lansdowne Park|
|Division place||4th, East|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The 1986 Ottawa Rough Riders finished the season in 4th place in the East Division with a 3–14–1 record, thereby failing to qualify for the post-season. Head coach Joe Moss was fired after posting a 3–10 record and replaced with Director of Player Personnel Tom Dimitroff on an interim basis.
|8||67||Andre Van Vugt||OT||Windsor|
|June 12||at Montreal Alouettes||17–16||Loss||8,675||0–1|
|June 18||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||23–16||Win||13,621||1–1|
|Ottawa Rough Riders||18||3||14||1||346||514||7|
|1||June 27||vs. Montreal Alouettes||20–11||Win||17,409||1–0|
|2||July 3||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||18–2||Win||15,877||2–0|
|3||July 10||vs. Calgary Stampeders||31–15||Loss||21,266||2–1|
|4||July 17||at Edmonton Eskimos||49–39||Loss||33,922||2–2|
|5||July 24||vs. Montreal Alouettes||29–28||Loss||20,156||2–3|
|6||Aug 4||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||33–14||Loss||18,024||2–4|
|8||Aug 15||vs. BC Lions||25–19||Loss||23,177||2–5|
|9||Aug 22||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||46–14||Loss||23,918||2–6|
|10||Aug 29||vs. Toronto Argonauts||25–12||Loss||22,347||2–7|
|11||Sept 4||at BC Lions||40–10||Loss||40,091||2–8|
|12||Sept 12||at Montreal Alouettes||29–28||Win||11,399||3–8|
|13||Sept 20||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||34–24||Loss||15,390||3–9|
|14||Sept 27||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||31–11||Loss||17,192||3–10|
|15||Oct 3||at Calgary Stampeders||41–21||Loss||26,074||3–11|
|16||Oct 13||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||18–16||Loss||13,572||3–12|
|17||Oct 19||at Toronto Argonauts||35–21||Loss||27,320||3–13|
|19||Nov 1||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||16–16||Tie||13,936||3–13–1|
|20||Nov 7||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||20–19||Loss||14,101||3–14–1|
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