2005 BC Lions season

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2005 BC Lions season
Head coach Wally Buono
General manager Wally Buono
Home field BC Place Stadium
Results
Record 12–6
Division place 1st, West
Playoff finish West Division Final
Uniform
CFL BCL Jersey 2005.png
Timeline
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The 2005 BC Lions finished in first place in the West Division with a 12–6 record. They appeared in the West Final.

Offseason[edit]

CFL Draft[edit]

Rd Pick Player Position School
1 8 Alexis Bwenge RB Kentucky
2 17 Pierre Tremblay OL Laval
3 25 David Lowry LB Calgary
3 26 Patick Pierre-Louis LB UCLA
4 34 Sebastian Clovis DB St. Mary's
5 43 Nuvraj Bassi DT Oregon
6 52 Karl Ortmanns OL Acadia

Preseason[edit]

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
A June 12 @ Saskatchewan Roughriders 37–23 Win 25,771 1–0
B June 16 vs. Calgary Stampeders 31–16 Win 23,753 2–0

Regular season[edit]

Season Standings[edit]

West Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-BC Lions 18 12 6 0 550 444 24 Details
X-Calgary Stampeders 18 11 7 0 529 443 22 Details
X-Edmonton Eskimos 18 11 7 0 453 421 22 Details
X-Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 9 9 0 441 433 18 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18 5 13 0 474 558 10 Details

Season schedule[edit]

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
1 June 25 @ Toronto Argonauts 27–20 Win 30,712 1–0
2 Bye 1–0
3 July 8 vs. Ottawa Renegades 37–29 Win 27,506 2–0
4 July 15 vs. Toronto Argonauts 30–22 Win 29,217 3–0
5 July 23 @ Hamilton Tiger-Cats 28–22 Win 27,692 4–0
6 July 29 vs. Calgary Stampeders 40–27 Win 28,714 5–0
7 Aug 5 vs. Edmonton Eskimos 25–19 Win 35,568 6–0
8 Aug 12 @ Calgary Stampeders 39–31 Win 31,847 7–0
9 Aug 19 vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 39–15 Win 33,119 8–0
10 Bye 8–0
11 Aug 27 @ Saskatchewan Roughriders 19–15 Win 24,899 9–0
12 Sept 8 @ Ottawa Renegades 61–27 Win 19,013 10–0
13 Sept 17 vs. Montreal Alouettes 27–26 Win 36,066 11–0
14 Sept 24 @ Edmonton Eskimos 37–20 Loss 48,048 11–1
15 Oct 1 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 28–19 Loss 34,711 11–2
16 Oct 10 @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers 44–23 Loss 22,630 11–3
17 Oct 16 @ Montreal Alouettes 46–44 Loss 20,202 11–4
18 Oct 22 vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 41–1 Win 29,780 12–4
19 Oct 28 @ Edmonton Eskimos 22–19 Loss 37,544 12–5
20 Nov 5 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 13–12 Loss 38,847 12–6

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Player stats[edit]

Passing[edit]

Player Att. Comp  % Yards TD INT Rating
Dave Dickenson 342 253 74.0 3338 21 5 118.8
Casey Printers 216 131 60.6 1671 9 6 87.2
Buck Pierce 71 43 60.6 679 3 1 100.6
Jarious Jackson 6 3 50.0 30 0 0 64.6
Jason Crumb 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 2.1

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Rushing[edit]

Player Att. Yards Avg. TD Fumbles
Antonio Warren 205 983 4.8 13 7
Casey Printers 38 336 8.8 2 2
Dave Dickenson 49 299 6.1 3 1
Buck Pierce 15 104 6.9 2 0
Lyle Green 12 53 4.4 0 0

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Receiving[edit]

Player No. Yards Avg. Long TD
Geroy Simon 89 1322 14.9 83 10
Jason Clermont 78 1042 13.4 69 4
Ryan Thelwell 74 1035 14.0 75 7
Antonio Warren 68 718 10.6 42 3
Paris Jackson 48 617 12.9 40 4

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Awards and records[edit]

2005 CFL All-Stars[edit]

Western Division All-Star Selections[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Scotiabank West Championship[edit]

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Edmonton Eskimos 14 7 0 7 28
BC Lions 3 7 11 2 23

VANCOUVER – On the heels of his benching against Calgary, it seemed likely that Edmonton head coach Danny Maciocia would leave Ricky Ray as the backup for the West final against the BC Lions. However, Maciocia said mid-week that Ray would start, leaving Jason Maas remaining as the backup. In BC, Dave Dickenson unsurprisingly got the start over former Most Outstanding Player Casey Printers, leading some to joke that four of the CFL's best quarterbacks would be in this game.

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