The Toronto Argonauts jump back into the top spot as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers lose a close game. The Elks continued their improved play but came up short against the Calgary Stampeders in a close one. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are a team ascending towards the top of this poll and look like a suddenly dangerous contender.
The Reblacks had a bye this past week.
Elks Quarterback Ford gained 135 yards on the ground and added one from fellow pass catcher Kyran Moore’s trick play. At the same time, receiver Steven Dunbar Jr. recorded two touchdown receptions from him and another via Kyran Moore himself.
Taylor Cornelius backup quarterback, tallied another touchdown on a quarterback sneak as the Elks fell to 2-10 on the year.
Taylor Powell amassed 296 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception during their loss, while Tim White made eight receptions for 110 yards and scored one touchdown receptions.
The Calgary Stampeders rallied from an 11-point deficit late in the fourth quarter to beat Edmonton 35-31 at McMahon Stadium during OK Tire Labour Day Weekend on Monday.
Dean Faithfull of the Elks made it 31-20 with 5:29 left in the third quarter, before Jake Maier and the Stampeders came storming back with two touchdown drives, highlighted by Dedrick Mills scoring from four yards out late in the game to make it 35-31 and send this game into overtime.
Calgary Stampeders kicker Rene Paredes made all four field goals to lift them to 4-8 on the year. Maier scored with one touchdown run and Tommy Stevens added two. Kicker Maier led Calgary on their scoring run.
Cody Fajardo delivered a touchdown to Austin Mack with just 4:48 remaining in the first half, while kicker David Cote converted four out of five field goal attempts for Montreal’s 6-5 Alouettes team despite throwing two interceptions and finishing 22-of-35 for 308 yards thrown his way.
William Stanback scored the first touchdown of the year on a 69-yard run, giving Montreal the edge before BC rebounded and won.
Vernon Adams Jr. delivered three touchdown passes against his former Montreal Alouettes team as the BC Lions defeated them 34-25 to kick-start OK Tire Labor Day Weekend on Saturday.
There were four lead changes during the second half before BC ultimately took control with 7:53 remaining in the fourth, thanks to kicker Sean Whyte kicking a field goal and running back Taquan Mizzell scoring an insurance major.
Adams Jr. was successful in completing 21 of 33 passes for 306 yards with three majors in his first game since being traded from the Alouettes to the Lions halfway through the 2022 season.
Receivers Alexander Hollins and Keon Hatcher each scored majors as BC improved to 8-4. Defensive back Quincy Mauger made the play of the day when he grabbed an interception in the fourth that prevented Montreal from taking an advantage late.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders ensured the Winnipeg Blue Bombers didn’t secure a playoff berth at home during OK Tire Labour Day Weekend.
The Riders held off the Bombers with a two-point conversion as they surprised them 32-30 in overtime in front of a sold-out home crowd at Mosaic Stadium.
Jake Dolegala amassed 326 passing yards as the Riders pulled off an unexpected victory, while Tevin Jones led with 96 receiving yards.
For anyone who thinks this is too-high a ranking, remember they recently beat the BC Lions.
Zach Collaros completed two touchdown passes and an interception during the loss to the Roughriders, while Brady Oliveira led his teammates with 88 rushing yards and two scores on the ground.
The defense was the central issue in the game, as the Bombers dropped from our top spot.
As they won their battle with Hamilton Tiger-Cats 41-28 at Tim Hortons Field and kicked off Labour Day Weekend festivities, Argos fans celebrated in style by pulling out a giant hammer.
Chad Kelly posted an impressive offensive performance, throwing for 201 yards with two touchdown passes and no interceptions while running for 27 yards and scoring on his own Ouellette’s 79 yard rushing rush for another score in this victory. Andrew Harris contributed one more score as well.
Taylor Powell amassed 296 yards, three touchdowns and an interception, while Tim White made eight receptions for 11o yards and scored one touchdown during a tough loss for his team.
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