2010 Calgary Stampeders season

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2010 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach John Hufnagel
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record13–5
Division place1st, West
Playoff finishLost West Final
Uniform
CFL CAL Jersey 2010.png

The 2010 Calgary Stampeders season was the 53rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 72nd overall. The Stampeders finished in 1st place in the West Division with a 13–5 record. They attempted to win their 7th Grey Cup championship, but they lost in the West Final.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RoundPickPlayerPositionSchool/Club Team
15 Rob Maver K/P Guelph
213 Taurean Allen DB Wilfrid Laurier
317 John Bender OL Nevada
321 J'Michael Deane OL Michigan State
537 Karl McCartney LB Saint Mary's
646 Oamo Culbreath OL British Columbia

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
ASun, June 13at Edmonton Eskimos 23–21Win33,7081–0
BSun, June 20vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 41–17Win29,0502–0

Regular season

Season standings

West Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Calgary Stampeders 18135062645926 Details
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18108049748820 Details
BC Lions 18810046646616 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 18711038254514 Details

Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1Thurs, July 1vs. Toronto Argonauts 30–16Win29,3331–0
2Sat, July 10at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 23–22Win25,2482–0
3Wed, July 14at Toronto Argonauts27–24Loss20,2422–1
4Sat, July 24vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 40–20Win35,6503–1
5Sat, July 31vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 23–20Win30,1504–1
6Sat, Aug 7at BC Lions 27–22Win24,8765–1
7Sun, Aug 15vs. Edmonton Eskimos 56–15Win30,2426–1
8Bye6–1
9Fri, Aug 27at BC Lions48–35Win25,1277–1
10Mon, Sept 6vs. Edmonton Eskimos52–5Win34,5598–1
11Fri, Sept 10at Edmonton Eskimos36–20Win35,3499–1
12Fri, Sept 17at Saskatchewan Roughriders43–37 (OT)Loss30,0489–2
13Sat, Sept 25vs. BC Lions29–10Loss29,6379–3
14Fri, Oct 1vs. Montreal Alouettes 46–21Win31,16710–3
15Mon, Oct 11at Montreal Alouettes46–19Loss25,01210–4
16Sun, Oct 17at Saskatchewan Roughriders34–26Win30,04811–4
17Fri, Oct 22vs. BC Lions36–31Loss28,05411–5
18Fri, Oct 29vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats55–24Win27,64412–5
19Sat, Nov 6at Winnipeg Blue Bombers35–32Win22,05613–5

Roster

2010 Calgary Stampeders roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Slotbacks

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Inactive List

Practice Roster


Italics indicate Import player
Roster updated 2010-10-30
Depth Chart Transactions
46 Active, 8 Inactive, 8 PR

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Player stats

Passing

PlayerAttComp %YardsTDINTRating
Henry Burris55937066.249453820101.9
Drew Tate624471.052170133.9

[1]

Rushing

PlayerAttYardsAvgTDFumbles
Joffrey Reynolds21712005.581
Jon Cornish856187.303
Henry Burris704917.036
Drew Tate361895.351
Jesse Lumsden44010.010

[2]

Receiving

PlayerNo.YardsAvgLongTD
Nik Lewis90126214.0749
Romby Bryant78117015.06815
Ken-Yon Rambo72117216.31008
Arjei Franklin4252312.5392
Joffrey Reynolds372867.7230
Deon Murphy2527110.8484

[3]

Awards and records

2010 CFL All-Stars

CFL Western All-Stars

Milestones

Playoffs

Schedule

WeekDateTimeOpponentScoreResultAttendance
20Bye
21Nov 212:30 PM MSTvs. Saskatchewan Roughriders20–16Loss35,650

Bracket

November 14: Division Semi-Finals November 21: Division Finals November 28: 98th Grey Cup
Commonwealth Stadium  Edmonton
E3 Toronto Argonauts 17
E3 Toronto Argonauts 16E1 Montreal Alouettes 48
E2 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 13 E1 Montreal Alouettes 21
W2 Saskatchewan Roughriders 18
W2 Saskatchewan Roughriders 20
W3 BC Lions 38 W1 Calgary Stampeders 16
W2 Saskatchewan Roughriders 41*

*-Team won in Overtime.

West Final

Saskatchewan at Calgary
1234Total
Roughriders0146020
Stampeders1104116

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