1991 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1991 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coach Joe Faragalli
Home field Frank Clair Stadium
Results
Record7–11
Division place3rd, East
Playoff finishLost East Semi-Final
Uniform
CFL OTT Jersey 1990.png

The 1991 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 Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RdPickPlayerPositionSchool
17Brett MacNeilOTBoston
319Geoff MitchellRBWeber State
427Gerald HladyOG/DEWindsor
535Chris FlynnQBSaint Mary's
643Sylvano TurrinOGBishop's
751Steven BaillargeonWRMcGill
859Pat MahonGWestern Ontario

Preseason

DateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendanceRecord
June 27vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats40–14Win1–0
July 3at Winnipeg Blue Bombers45–32Loss33,4211–1

Regular season

Season standings

East Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Toronto Argonauts 18135064752626
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1899051649918
Ottawa Rough Riders 18711052257714
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1831504005996

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Regular season

Schedule

WeekDateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1July 11vs. Toronto Argonauts35–18Loss23,2540–1
2July 17at Edmonton Eskimos40–33Loss35,5110–2
3July 24vs. Calgary Stampeders42–28Loss18,7880–3
4Aug 2at Winnipeg Blue Bombers26–19Loss24,7430–4
5Aug 8vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers41–31Win23,4141–4
6Aug 15vs. Edmonton Eskimos36–35Win25,8842–4
7Aug 24at Hamilton Tiger-Cats24–19Win11,0273–4
8Aug 29vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats38–14Win24,5324–4
9Sept 4at BC Lions24–20Loss28,1074–5
10Sept 8vs. BC Lions56–29Loss24,1714–6
11Sept 14at Hamilton Tiger-Cats33–26Win10,4025–6
12Sept 22at Winnipeg Blue Bombers40–8Loss32,6755–7
13Sept 29vs. Toronto Argonauts25–24Loss26,1725–8
14Oct 6vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders42–25Win22,0386–8
15Oct 13at Calgary Stampeders44–24Loss18,7616–9
16Oct 20at Saskatchewan Roughriders41–28Loss19,4786–10
17Oct 26vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers46–20Win23,0607–10
18Nov 3at Toronto Argonauts34–31Loss36,0017–11

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Postseason

RoundDateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendance
East Semi-FinalNov 10at Winnipeg Blue Bombers26–8Loss22,799

Awards and honours

1991 CFL All-Stars

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