Blue Bomber Report Record: 7–11–0

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Win and they're in

The B.C. Lions would clinch a playoff spot this week with either a win over Winnipeg or a loss by Edmonton. The 3-9 Eskimos host the 8-4 Toronto Argos on Saturday. It would be B.C.'s 17th consecutive post-season appearance, tying for the second-longest such streak in league history.

Bad boys

The CFL announced the league had fined Edmonton LB Rennie Curran for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Bombers SB Terrence Edwards. "On the play, it was determined Curran lowered his head and led with the top of his helmet," the league said in a statement. "It was also determined that Curran's helmet was the primary and initial point of contact to the helmet of his opponent."

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 26, 2013 D4

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