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"Thats just the attitude that we need to have and the attitude that we have now. And, its going to change and were adapting to it. Were making those changes and (simplifying) things down. "So no matter what theyre doing to us, we should have an answer for it and just be better than them on that given play. ... Youve got to be a dictator in that situation." Harris said the Lions need to take that approach when they host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (4-4) on Friday. He also wants to make more of an impact after playing primarily a blocking role against a blitz-happy Montreal defence that sacked quarterback Travis Lulay five times while pressuring him constantly. Harris rushed for a season-low 19 yards on just eight carries against Montreal and hopes to be more involved. "Im just looking to make an impact," he said. "It has nothing to do with if I get the ball or not. ... It just depends how the game goes. "Obviously, as a competitor, you want to get the ball in your hands and make plays. 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The thing about us is, were working hard and its just little things that are making a difference between winning and losing games. "But we are 5-3. We are busting our butts every day, and were continuing and were looking to attack more now as an offence." He chalked up his lack of attacking activity to Montreals heavy blitzes and his additional blocking duties. Derrick Favors Jazz Jersey. "I had to pass-protect 19 or 18 plays in that game, and thats unheard of," said Harris. Lulay said the Lions hope to get the ball more often to Harris early against Hamilton while agreeing with the tailbacks contention that B.C. needs to dictate more of the offensive flow. "When youre playing too much on the up-front, you have to find a way to answer a bit better, or plant some of that stuff down and, maybe, put a little bit of fear into their defence," said Lulay. "Thats why we came up a bit short (against Montreal), I think. It was just not being able to have an answer early in that football game." 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