1992 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1992 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coachRon Smeltzer
Home field Frank Clair Stadium
Results
Record9–9
Division place3rd, East
Playoff finishLost East Semi-Final
Uniform
CFL OTT Jersey 1992.png

The 1992 Ottawa Rough Riders finished 3rd place in the East Division with a 9–9 record. They were defeated in the East Semi-Final by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RdPickPlayerPositionSchool
13Denny ChronopoulosOGPurdue
211Ken WalcottOGSaint Mary's
216Joe SardoOLHawaii
319Dave ChaytorsDLUtah
535Rob TrebllcockWRWeber State
643Mike BooneLBQueen's
751Mike DoucetteCBOttawa
859Ian PloyartDBConcordia

Preseason

DateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendanceRecord
June 25vs. BC Lions43–36Win14,2761–0
July 2at Winnipeg Blue Bombers21–19Win33,3592–0

Regular season

Season standings

East Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18117050749922
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18117053651422
Ottawa Rough Riders 1899048443918
Toronto Argonauts 18612046952312

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Regular season

Schedule

WeekDateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1July 9vs. Toronto Argonauts53–42(OT)Win23,2221–0
2July 16vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers29–14Win23,5942–0
3July 24at Saskatchewan Roughriders23–13Loss20,1172–1
4July 30vs. Edmonton Eskimos30–25Loss25,6252–2
5Aug 6at Edmonton Eskimos29–14Loss25,1132–3
6Aug 13vs. Calgary Stampeders32–11Win24,7523–3
7Aug 20vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders20–9Win24,0204–3
8Aug 26at Toronto Argonauts24–16Loss44,9224–4
9Sept 3at BC Lions33–27Loss20,9974–5
10Sept 13vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats44–31Win24,3645–5
11Sept 19at Hamilton Tiger-Cats54–25Win17,6826–5
12Sept 27vs. BC Lions27–23Win24,9387–5
13Oct 4at Calgary Stampeders47–11Loss20,2077–6
14Oct 12vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers49–47Loss23,8987–7
15Oct 18at Toronto Argonauts10–4Loss26,3377–8
16Oct 25at Hamilton Tiger-Cats31–9Win16,7428–8
17Oct 31vs. Toronto Argonauts31–12Win24,6949–8
18Nov 8at Winnipeg Blue Bombers18–6(OT)Loss27,5899–9

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Postseason

RoundDateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendance
East Semi-FinalNov 15at Hamilton Tiger-Cats29–28Loss21,412

Awards and honours

1992 CFL All-Stars

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