Argos turn trick on Stampeders

Khalif Mitchell takes down Stamps QB Kevin Glenn during Saturday night's game at Calgary. The Argos...

Khalif Mitchell takes down Stamps QB Kevin Glenn during Saturday night's game at Calgary. The Argos defence showed the way as the Boatmen staged another second-half comeback to win 33-27. (Al Charest, QMI Agency)

Frank Zicarelli, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:09 PM ET

CALGARY - The Argos completed the football equivalent of hat trick Saturday night.

For the third straight week, they summoned the necessary mental toughness to stage yet another comeback win.

For the third time in as many weeks, the halftime adjustments that speak to great coaching were all made.

Three’s a charm and the Argos have certainly enjoyed a charmed life, catching breaks at the absolute right moments and making their own breaks.

In Cowtown against a team riding a 10-game home-record streak, Zach Collaros once again overcame a rough first half.

But it was Toronto’s defence that would lead the way.

The offence was just good enough, taking advantage of some egregious breakdowns in Calgary’s back end to provide enough points in a 33-26 Toronto win.

Mike Bradwell’s fourth-quarter touchdown on a busted coverage stood up as the game-winner.

Calgary scored a 67-yard major on a Brad Sinopoli catch and run on third down, but the play


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