Friday Night Football saw the Ottawa Redblacks hosting East Division rival the Montreal Alouettes. Montreal's visit to the Capital also marks the return of a fan favorite defensive Back Jovon Deuce Johnson who left Ottawa and joined the Alouettes as a free agent. While in Ottawa for two years he became one of the leaders of the group known as DBlock, he enjoyed much success, mentored the younger DB's and became a fan favourite. The Alouettes have a very good defensive core and put pressure on Qb Henry Burris all night sacking him seven times. The offence for the Alouettes caught fire with Kevin Glenn connecting for five touchdowns. In front of a record crowd at TD Place stadium of 24,907 fans the home team played dreadfully after a 13 day break. The Redblacks have to regroup quickly and forget the thrashing at the hands of the Alouettes 43-19 and get prepared for the BC Lions who are coming to town on Thursday August 25th.