Saturday, November 7, 2015
ARGONAUTS 21 BLUE BOMBERS 11
Ray earned his second straight start but gave way to Harris in the second quarter after firing a TD strike to Dave Stala that staked Toronto to an early 9-3 lead. Harris, who was the Argos' starter for their first 16 games, also had a scoring pass to Stala in the second half before a Rogers Centre gathering of 17,511.
That could set up an interesting scenario this week regarding who'll start for Toronto (10-8) when it visits either Hamilton or Ottawa in next weekend's East Division semifinal. Fortunately for the Argos, they'll enter the playoffs on a positive note after snapping a three-game losing streak.
But questions exist regarding the playoff status of Swayze Waters. The veteran was scheduled to handle field goal and punting duties Friday but felt tightness during the pre-game warmup, leaving former Bomber Justin Palardy to handle all kicking duties.
Winnipeg (5-13) ended its season with a third straight loss to finish fourth in the West Division and out of the post-season. But Bombers head coach Mike O'Shea, who played 12 seasons at linebacker in Toronto, was inducted as an All-Time Argo at halftime.
Winnipeg rookie Dominique Davis, in his first CFL start, was 16-of-25 passing for 169 yards but watched the final minutes of the game from the sidelines with ice taped to his right hamstring.
(The Canadian Press)