2010 Edmonton Eskimos season

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2010 Edmonton Eskimos season
Head coach Richie Hall
General manager Danny Maciocia - 1-4-0 (Jun-Jul)
Paul Jones - 1-4-0 (Aug-Sep)
Eric Tillman - 5-3-0 (Sep-Nov)
Home field Commonwealth Stadium
Results
Record 7–11
Division place 4th, West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Team MOP Fred Stamps, WR
Team MOC Calvin McCarty, RB
Team MOR Daniel Porter, RB
Uniform
CFL EDM Jersey 2010.png

The 2010 Edmonton Eskimos season was the 53rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 62nd overall. After the Eskimos lost the final game of the season, they were eliminated from playoff contention, despite winning five of their last seven games.

This is also the first time since 2004 that a Grey Cup host city has failed to qualify for the playoffs.

Off-season[edit]

CFL Draft[edit]

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
1 6 Brian Bulcke DL Stanford
2 12 Saleem Borhot DB Saint Mary's
5 35 Scott Ferguson OL St. Cloud State
6 43 Corbin Sharun QB St. Francis Xavier

Notable transactions[edit]

Date Type Incoming Outgoing Team
February 10, 2010 Trade[1] Andre Talbot (WR)
Brad Smith (WR)
Eric Taylor (DL)
*4th round pick in 2011 CFL DraftRenaldo Sagesse (DL)
Toronto Argonauts
February 16, 2010 Trade[2] Chris Thompson (DB) Maurice Mann (WR) Hamilton Tiger-Cats
May 2, 2010 Trade 2nd round pick in 2010 CFL DraftSaleem Borhot (DB) 3rd round pick in 2010 CFL DraftSamuel Fournier (RB)
4th round pick in 2010 CFL DraftChris Rwabukamba (DB)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
May 2, 2010 Trade 1st round pick in 2010 CFL DraftBrian Bulcke (DL) 2nd round pick in 2010 CFL DraftCory Watson (WR)
**3rd round pick in 2010 CFL DraftEddie Steele (DT)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
September 7, 2010 Trade Kelly Bates (OL) Draft pick in 2014 CFL Draft Saskatchewan Roughriders
October 12, 2010 Trade Étienne Légaré (DL)
Damaso Munoz (LB)
Noel Prefontaine (K/P) Toronto Argonauts

*Later traded to the Montreal Alouettes
**Later traded to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Pre-season[edit]

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Attendance Record
A June 13 Calgary Stampeders 23–21 Edmonton Eskimos 33,708 0–1
B June 20 Edmonton Eskimos 36–32 BC Lions 24,763 1–1

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

West Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-Calgary Stampeders 18 13 5 0 626 459 26 Details
X-Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 10 8 0 497 488 20 Details
X-BC Lions 18 8 10 0 466 466 16 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 18 7 11 0 382 545 14 Details

Season schedule[edit]

The September 26 game was played in Moncton, New Brunswick where the Argonauts were the designated home team.

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Attendance Record Pts
1 July 4 BC Lions 25–10 Edmonton Eskimos 32,439 0–1 0
2 July 11 Montreal Alouettes 33–23 Edmonton Eskimos 30,442 0–2 0
3 July 17 Edmonton Eskimos 20–24 Saskatchewan Roughriders 30,048 0–3 0
4 July 24 Edmonton Eskimos 21–47 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 26,041 0–4 0
5 July 30 BC Lions 25–28 Edmonton Eskimos 32,281 1–4 2
6 Aug 6 Toronto Argonauts 29–28 Edmonton Eskimos 31,888 1–5 2
7 Aug 15 Edmonton Eskimos 15–56 Calgary Stampeders 30,242 1–6 2
8 Bye 1–6 2
9 Aug 28 Saskatchewan Roughriders 14–17 Edmonton Eskimos 47,829 2–6 4
10 Sept 6 Edmonton Eskimos 5–52 Calgary Stampeders 34,559 2–7 4
11 Sept 10 Calgary Stampeders 36–20 Edmonton Eskimos 35,349 2–8 4
12 Sept 19 Edmonton Eskimos 14–31 Montreal Alouettes 25,012 2–9 4
13 Sept 26 Edmonton Eskimos 24–6 Toronto Argonauts 20,725 3–9 6
14 Oct 3 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 35–37 Edmonton Eskimos 34,479 4–9 8
15 Oct 8 Edmonton Eskimos 11–36 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 20,791 4–10 8
16 Oct 16 Edmonton Eskimos 31–28 BC Lions OT 21,414 5–10 10
17 Oct 23 Saskatchewan Roughriders 24–39 Edmonton Eskimos 38,325 6–10 12
18 Oct 30 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 13–16 Edmonton Eskimos OT 32,192 7–10 14
19 Nov 6 Edmonton Eskimos 23–31 Saskatchewan Roughriders 30,048 7–11 14

Total attendance: 315,224
Average attendance: 35,205 (58.8%)

Roster[edit]

2010 Edmonton Eskimos 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 2010-08-22
Depth ChartTransactions
46 Active, 10 Inactive, 5 PR

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Statistics[edit]

As of the end of Week 13 (Game 12):


Passing[edit]

Player Att Comp  % Yards TD INT Rating
Ricky Ray 447 288 64.4 3565 11 16 82.3
Jared Zabransky 104 53 51.0 609 4 10 41.7
Jason Maas 23 10 43.5 128 0 2 25.3
Noel Prefontaine 1 1 100.0 5 0 0 106.3
Fred Stamps 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 2.1

[3]

Rushing[edit]

Player Att Yards Avg. TD Fumbles
Arkee Whitlock 118 689 5.8 4 0
Daniel Porter 86 603 7.0 2 0
Calvin McCarty 62 287 4.6 3 3
Ricky Ray 37 302 8.2 3 9
Jared Zabransky 28 209 7.5 1 4
Brad Lester 16 96 6.0 0 1
Kelly Campbell 5 37 7.4 0 0
Mathieu Bertrand 6 17 2.8 2 2

[4]

Receiving[edit]

Player No. Yards Avg. Long TD
Fred Stamps 80 1223 15.3 51 5
Kelly Campbell 63 801 12.7 46 1
Jason Barnes 35 608 17.4 70 3
Andre Talbot 27 301 11.1 40 1
Calvin McCarty 36 278 7.7 22 2
Andrew Nowacki 21 259 12.3 49 0
Jamaica Rector 18 204 11.3 29 0
Derick Armstrong 11 121 11.0 28 1

[5]

Awards[edit]

2010 CFL All-Stars[edit]

CFL Western All-Stars[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

After finishing last in the West division, the Eskimos failed to qualify for the 2010 CFL playoffs.

References[edit]