The ex-Cleveland Browns first-round draft pick demonstrated dismal outcomes in his first play for the Montreal Alouettes. In a bitter loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats by a score 50-11, the player threw up tofour first-half interceptions.
As a matter of fact, the player’s interception total turned out to be the highest in the CFL this season. He was excluded from the match in the fourth quarter having gone 11-for-20 passing for 104 yards without any touchdowns. Additionally, had the ball run twice for up to 4 yards.
The player himself found that experience terrible. He added that he had previously something similar. The sportsman told that the only thing he can do here is to take it like a man. He promised not to let it happen to him again.
Notwithstanding generally mediocre performance in the game, one should admit the player managed to demonstrate what gave a thrill to football enthusiasts when he gained success in 2012 at Texas A&M. On a number of occasions, he successfully conducted several passes to his fans’ delight. Unfortunately, such bright moments were rare.