The momentum from last week’s win over Montreal didn’t follow the Saskatchewan Roughriders to Vancouver this weekend.

The Green and White were ran over by the B.C. Lions on Saturday, falling 46-20 at BC Place.  The loss dropped the Riders to 2-12 on the year, all but ending their playoff chances in 2015.

The Riders’ are still alive in the race, but would have to win every game and get some help in order to have a chance.

Rookie quarterback Jonathon Jennings tore the Riders’ secondary apart as he finished 19-of-25 for 364 yards and four touchdowns.  Receiver Austin Collie added another passing touchdown on a trick play late in the third quarter.

After leading 20-5 at halftime, the Lions exploded for 20 points in the third quarter to finish off the Riders.

Kevin Glenn was 15-of-21 for 185 yards with two interceptions before he was replaced by Brett Smith in the fourth quarter.  

Smith came in and led the Riders to their lone offensive touchdown when he hit receiver Naaman Roosevelt for a 47-yard score with 2:49 to go in the fourth.

The Riders’ special teams also came up big late in the game when defensive lineman Markus White blocked a punt and safety Keenan MacDougall scooped it up and returned it for a touchdown, but Saskatchewan still trailed 40-11 at that point.

Defensive back Tristan Jackson finished 185 yards on six returns for the Riders in one of the lone bright spots. 

Paul McCallum was 1-for-2 on field goals, he missed a 52-yard attempt that went for a single. 

Ryan Smith had four catches for 80 yards, while Roosevelt picked up two catches for 68 yards.

On the BC side, running back Andrew Harris had 13 carries for 100 yards to re-gain the CFL rushing lead from the Riders’ Jerome Messam, who had 42 yards on nine carries.

Emmanuel Arceneaux posted 137 yards and two touchdowns on four catches.  Lavelle Hawkins also had 93 yards on five catches.

The Riders will return to the field on Friday in Hamilton against the Tiger-Cats.