A rare week 10 CFL trade gives DB Alex Suber a fresh start in Toronto
Coach Jim Barker had grander expectations for the 2011 season than the woeful 3-9 record presently worn by his Toronto Argonauts.
With just six games to play, the Boatmen’s chances of making the playoffs are appearing increasingly grim.
When the Toronto Argonauts complete a home-and-home set with the B.C. Lions at Empire Field on Saturday they will be doing so with a new signal caller behind the line.
It’s now up to Steven Jyles to set the Argo ship back on course.
A date with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the East Division semi-final has been set for Nov. 14, but The Toronto Argonauts (8-8) can’t look that far ahead of themselves. First they must close out their season with a open a home-and-home set against the first place Montreal Alouettes (11-5), beginning Friday at the Rogers Centre.
It’s a simple playoff formula for the Toronto Argos — win and they’re in.
The Argos and Tiger-Cats face off in Toronto on Friday night in a crucial battle for second place in the East Division.
Head coach of the Toronto Argonauts Jim Barker expended some harsh words on his team during practice Wednesday.
Cleo Lemon has been downgraded to the role of spectator for precautionary reasons, as he recovers from a concussion he suffered against Edmonton, in Moncton last Sunday. As a result, Toronto’s second-stringer Dalton Bell took the first-team snaps Tuesday, and Barker said if Lemon was not ready to dress by Thursday’s practice, Bell would get the start Saturday against Saskatchewan.
Perhaps the word concussion should be synonymous with the word uncertainty.