|1990 Ottawa Rough Riders season|
|Head coach||Steve Goldman|
|Home field||Frank Clair Stadium|
|Division place||3rd, East|
|Playoff finish||Lost East Semi-Final|
The 1990 Ottawa Rough Riders finished 3rd place in the East Division with a 7–11 record. They were defeated in the East Semi-Final by the Toronto Argonauts.
|8||57||Darryl Forde||CB/DB||Western Ontario|
|8||64||Mike Koladich||LB||Western Ontario|
|June 29||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||26–23||Win||20,142||1–0|
|July 4||vs. Toronto Argonauts||43–30||Loss||19,672||1–1|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||18||12||6||0||472||398||24|
|Ottawa Rough Riders||18||7||11||0||540||602||14|
|1||July 12||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||31–26(OT)||Loss||22,911||0–1|
|2||July 19||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||29–26||Loss||13,087||0–2|
|3||July 26||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||50–46||Win||26,411||1–2|
|4||Aug 4||at Toronto Argonauts||30–26||Loss||28,333||1–3|
|5||Aug 9||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||31–30||Loss||26,684||1–4|
|6||Aug 16||vs. Toronto Argonauts||41–25||Loss||27,591||1–5|
|7||Aug 22||at Calgary Stampeders||34–31||Loss||20,311||1–6|
|8||Aug 28||vs. BC Lions||41–34||Win||22,450||2–6|
|9||Sept 3||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||40–17||Win||20,330||3–6|
|10||Sept 9||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||30–21||Win||25,384||4–6|
|11||Sept 16||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||45–19||Loss||27,822||4–7|
|12||Sept 21||at Edmonton Eskimos||41–29||Loss||30,109||4–8|
|13||Sept 30||vs. Calgary Stampeders||52–8||Loss||20,035||4–9|
|14||Oct 6||at BC Lions||42–26||Win||27,905||5–9|
|15||Oct 14||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||37–33||Loss||23,139||5–10|
|16||Oct 21||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||26–20||Win||27,323||6–10|
|17||Oct 28||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||27–18||Win||18,216||7–10|
|18||Nov 3||at Toronto Argonauts||49–30||Loss||36,321||7–11|
|East Semi-Final||Nov 11||Toronto Argonauts||34–25||Loss||24,427|
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