2007 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season

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2007 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head coach Charlie Taaffe
General manager Marcel Desjardins
Home field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record3–15
Division place4th, East
Playoff finishdid not qualify
Team MOP Zeke Moreno
Team MOC Jesse Lumsden
Team MOR Nick Setta
Uniform
CFL HAM Jersey 2007.png

The 2007 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 50th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 58th overall. The Tiger-Cats finished in 4th place in the East Division with a 3–15 record and missed the playoffs.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RdPickPlayerPositionSchool
11 Chris Bauman WR Regina
14 J. P. Bekasiak DL Toledo
212 Jordan Rempel OL Saskatchewan
213 Eric Ince OL St. Mary's
425 Robert Pavlovic TE South Carolina
533 Chris Getzlaf SBRegina
536 Nick Kordic DB Western Ontario
641 Michael Gonclaves DL Toronto
644 Adam Kania DE St. Francis Xavier

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
BJune 14at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 35–23Win27,0781–0
CJune 22Winnipeg Blue Bombers24–20Win20,1532–0

Regular season

Season standings

East Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Toronto Argonauts 18117044033622 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18107143940421 Details
Montreal Alouettes 18810039843316 Details
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1831503155146 Details

Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1June 30at Calgary Stampeders 37–9Loss29,1030–1
2July 7 Toronto Argonauts 30–5Loss28,1980–2
3July 14 Montreal Alouettes 29–20Loss21,5420–3
4July 19at BC Lions 22–18Loss29,0450–4
5July 27at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 36–18Loss29,5330–5
6Aug 3Winnipeg Blue Bombers43–22Win24,2011–5
7Aug 11at Edmonton Eskimos 19–17Loss35,7501–6
8Bye
9Aug 25at Montreal Alouettes27–9Loss20,2021–7
10Sept 3Toronto Argonauts32–14Loss28,6441–8
11Sept 8at Toronto Argonauts35–22Loss28,2791–9
12Sept 15Winnipeg Blue Bombers34–4Loss21,2051–10
13Sept 21Calgary Stampeders24–20Win23,1152–10
14Sep 29at Winnipeg Blue Bombers21–19Loss27,1022–11
15Oct 8at Montreal Alouettes27–19Loss20,2022–12
16Oct 14 Saskatchewan Roughriders 40–23Loss22,1672–13
17Oct 21at Saskatchewan Roughriders38–11Loss28,8002–14
18Oct 26BC Lions27–19Loss19,3222–15
19Nov 3Edmonton Eskimos21–19Win20,4113–15

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Player stats

Passing

PlayerAtt.Comp%YardsTDINT
Richie Williams 1308061.5%85263
Casey Printers 1336851.1%77414
Timmy Chang 894247.2%46717

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Rushing

PlayerCarriesYardsAvg.TD
Jesse Lumsden 987437.63
Terry Caulley 764666.11
Anthony Davis 613605.92
Richie Williams 321695.30
Casey Printers 16996.21
Brock Ralph 7436.10
Timmy Chang 5244.80
Julian Radlein 5224.40
Nicholas Setta 112121
Kori Dickerson 1440
Jerome Davis 1330
Antoine Bagwell320.70
Chris Bauman 1-11-110

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Receiving

Only players with over 100 receiving yards are shown.

PlayerNo.YardsAvg.LongTD

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Awards and records

2007 CFL All-Stars

Eastern Division All-Star Selections

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