2015 Montreal Alouettes season

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2015 Montreal Alouettes season
Head coach Tom Higgins (3–5)
Jim Popp (3–7)
General manager Jim Popp
Home field Percival Molson Memorial Stadium
Results
Record6–12
Division place4th, East
Playoff finishdid not qualify
Team MOP Stefan Logan
Team MOC Luc Brodeur-Jourdain
Team MOR Boris Bede
Uniform
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The 2015 Montreal Alouettes season was the 49th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 61st overall. The Alouettes finished with a 6–12 record and missed the playoffs for the first time since the franchise's re-activation in 1996. [1] The team's training camp began May 27 with veterans reporting on May 31 at Coulter Field at the campus of Bishop's University in Sherbrooke, Quebec.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

The 2015 CFL Draft took place on May 12, 2015. The Alouettes had nine selections in the seven-round draft, including three within the first 13 picks. They acquired a first and third-round pick from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for Ryan Bomben. [2] They also swapped their original third-round pick for Calgary's fourth-round pick in their acquisition of Larry Taylor. [3]

RoundPickPlayerPositionSchool/Club Team
14 Chris Ackie DB Wilfrid Laurier
18 Jacob Ruby OL Richmond
213 Nick Shortill LB McMaster
324 James Bodanis OL Michigan State
431 Brandon Bridge QB South Alabama
436 Alex Charette WR Guelph
540 Mikhail Davidson WR Montreal
648 Quinn Lawlor DL Brigham Young
757 Anthony Coady DB Montreal

Preseason

Due to the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup taking place in June at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa, the Redblacks hosted the Alouettes for their home pre-season game at Telus Stadium in Quebec City, Quebec on the campus of the Université Laval. [4] It was the second game that the Alouettes played in Quebec City, with the first being in 2003.

WeekDateKickoffOpponentResultsTVVenueAttendanceSummary
ScoreRecord
ABye
BSat, June 137:30 p.m. EDT at Ottawa Redblacks W 26–91–0 RDS Telus Stadium (in Quebec City)4,778 Recap
CThurs, June 187:30 p.m. EDTvs. Toronto Argonauts L 10–301–1 TSN2/RDS Molson Stadium 16,325 Recap

[5]

 #  Games played with colour uniforms.

Regular season

Standings

East Division
TeamGPWLPFPAPts
Ottawa Redblacks 1812646445424 Details
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1810853039120 Details
Toronto Argonauts 1810843849920 Details
Montreal Alouettes 1861238840212 Details

Schedule

WeekDateKickoffOpponentResultsTVVenueAttendanceSummary
ScoreRecord
1Thurs, June 257:30 p.m. EDTvs. Ottawa Redblacks L 16–200–1 TSN/RDS/ESPN2 Molson Stadium 21,524 Recap
2Fri, July 37:30 p.m. EDTvs. Calgary Stampeders W 29–111–1TSN/RDS/ESPN2Molson Stadium19,111 Recap
3Fri, July 107:00 p.m. EDTat Winnipeg Blue Bombers L 23–251–2TSN/RDS/ESPN2 Investors Group Field 25,605 Recap
4Thurs, July 167:30 p.m. EDTvs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats W 17–132–2TSN/RDSMolson Stadium20,773 Recap
5Bye
6Sat, Aug 17:00 p.m. EDTat Calgary StampedersL 22–252–3TSN/RDS McMahon Stadium 28,547 Recap
7Fri, Aug 77:30 p.m. EDTat Ottawa RedblacksL 23–262–4TSN/RDS/ESPN2 TD Place Stadium 24,427 Recap
8Thurs, Aug 137:30 p.m. EDTvs. Edmonton Eskimos L 12–152–5TSN/RDS/ESPN2Molson Stadium21,170 Recap
9Thurs, Aug 2010:00 p.m. EDTat BC Lions W 23–133–5TSN/RDS BC Place 20,977 Recap
10Thurs, Aug 277:30 p.m. EDTat Hamilton Tiger-CatsW 26–234–5TSN/RDS/ESPN2 Tim Hortons Field 24,212 Recap
11Thurs, Sept 37:30 p.m. EDTvs. BC LionsL 16–254–6TSN/RDSMolson Stadium21,885 Recap
12Bye
13Sun, Sept 201:00 p.m. EDTvs. Winnipeg Blue BombersW 35–145–6TSN/RDSMolson Stadium23,262 Recap
14Sun, Sept 274:00 p.m. EDTat Saskatchewan Roughriders L 21–335–7TSN/RDS Mosaic Stadium 30,843 Recap
15Thurs, Oct 17:30 p.m. EDTat Ottawa RedblacksL 17–395–8TSN/RDSTD Place Stadium21,607 Recap
16Mon, Oct 121:00 p.m. EDTvs. Toronto Argonauts L 17–255–9TSN/RDSMolson Stadium21,536 Recap
17Sun, Oct 181:00 p.m. EDTvs. Hamilton Tiger-CatsL 11–235–10TSN/RDS/ESPN2Molson Stadium23,058 Recap
18Fri, Oct 237:00 p.m. EDTat Toronto ArgonautsW 34–26–10TSN/RDS2Tim Hortons Field3,741 Recap
19Sun, Nov 14:00 p.m. ESTat Edmonton EskimosL 22–406–11TSN/RDS Commonwealth Stadium 31,014 Recap
20Sun, Nov 81:00 p.m. ESTvs. Saskatchewan RoughridersL 24–30 (OT)6–12TSN/RDSMolson Stadium20,551 Recap

[5]

 #  Games played with colour uniforms.
 #  Games played with white uniforms.
 #  Games played with alternate uniforms.

Team

Roster

2015 Montreal Alouettes roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs'

Receivers

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Injured List

6-game Injured List

Practice Roster

Suspended List


Italics indicate International players
Roster updated 2015-11-07
Depth Chart Transactions
46 Active, 14 Injured, 13 Six-Game Injured,
4 Practice, 4 Suspended

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Coaching staff

2015 Montreal Alouettes staff
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