Argos Put it all Together to Get Win Over Tiger-Cats
Their backs against the wall, their will being challenged, the cries for change getting louder, the Argos would summon their best when only their best would be required.
Credit the Argos, their coaching staff, their players, the scheming, the play of quarterback Dan LeFevour, the defence and in particular T.J. Heath, and just about everyone who stepped on the field.
This was a classic case of a desperate team needing a win by any means, by any score, and the Argos produced their biggest win of the season by knocking off the Ticats 33-21 to make amends for Toronto’s Labour Day loss.
LeFevour filled in more than admirably for an injured Ricky Ray, outplaying and outduelling Zach Collaros.
The Ticats and Argos are now 5-6 in the standings, but Hamilton holds the tiebreaker.
It was only the second win at BMO Field for the Argos, who simply could not have afforded to lose for the fifth time in a row.