1995 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1995 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coach Jim Gilstrap
Home field Frank Clair Stadium
Results
Record3–15
Division place8th, North
Playoff finishdid not qualify
Uniform
CFL OTT Jersey 1994.png

The 1995 Ottawa Rough Riders finished 8th place in the North Division with a 3–15 record and failed to make the playoffs.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RdPickPlayerPositionSchool
12Stefan ReidLBBoise State
218Stewart MasiGWestern Michigan
325Keith HiscockGSimon Fraser
327Heron TaitDBGuelph
331Steve SartyWRSt. Mary's
433Glen FowlesOTWillamette
434Pierre-Paul DorenlienOTOttawa
439Sean MarriottLBSt. Mary's
541Massaki KonnoSBBishop's
543Danny LavalleeDLConcordia
649Michael SimoncicOLConcordia

Preseason

DateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendanceRecord
June 17at Baltimore Stallions45–11Loss20,6420–1
June 19vs. Memphis Mad Dogs28–21Loss19,6960–2

Regular season

Season standings

North Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Calgary Stampeders 18153063140430
Edmonton Eskimos 18135059935926
BC Lions 18108053547020
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18810042750916
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18711040465314
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18612042245112
Toronto Argonauts 1841403765198
Ottawa Rough Riders 1831503486856

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Regular season

Schedule

WeekDateOpponentFinal ScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1June 28vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 25–15Win23,2411–0
2July 6at Toronto Argonauts 37–24Loss18,4041–1
3July 13vs. Calgary Stampeders 57–7Loss24,8611–2
4July 19vs. Memphis Mad Dogs 23–20Loss21,2211–3
5July 27at BC Lions 48–11Loss22,2261–4
6Aug 4vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 31–20Loss20,8301–5
7Aug 13vs. Edmonton Eskimos 18–17Win20,0122–5
8Aug 18at Shreveport Pirates 61–11Loss11,5542–6
9Aug 23at Saskatchewan Roughriders31–16Loss21,6152–7
10Aug 27at Edmonton Eskimos63–3Loss28,1352–8
11Sept 1vs. Birmingham Barracudas 56–46Loss20,0622–9
12Sept 9vs. BC Lions43–24Loss22,5642–10
13Sept 17at Birmingham Barracudas40–9Loss5,2892–11
14Bye
15Sept 30vs. San Antonio Texans 49–14Loss19,9572–12
16Oct 8at Memphis Mad Dogs26–7Loss12,4372–13
17Oct 12at San Antonio Texans43–30Loss10,0272–14
18Oct 21vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 30–9Win17,1603–14
19Oct 29at Winnipeg Blue Bombers36–33Loss27,0223–15

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Awards and honours

1995 CFL All-Stars

Northern All-Stars

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