Huntington's team of the week

JONATHAN HUNTINGTON -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 8:06 AM ET

RICKY RAY - QB - EDMONTON

With the Eskimos in huge danger of losing their fourth straight game of the year, Ray hit Jason Tucker for two 35-yard TD strikes in the second half on Saturday. In total, he was 31-40 for 392 yards.

JASON TUCKER - SB - EDMONTON

Let's see, he had a circus catch, two TD catches and 152 yards on Saturday. Now you know why he would have been the most coveted free agent this past winter if the Esks hadn't signed him at the last minute.

CHARLES ROBERTS - RB - WINNIPEG

The Esks will need to find an answer to Roberts on July 1. He tallied 133 yards against the Argos.

CHIP COX - DB - MONTREAL

The rookie made the special teams play of the week by smartly picking up a loose ball after it just grazed one of Corey Holmes's feet. Holmes acted like the punted ball never touched him and let it bounce toward the Hamilton end zone, but Cox didn't buy it. The play led to the winning score.

SANDRO DeANGELIS - K - CALGARY

There's no sophomore jinx with this non-import. A perfect four-for-four against the Esks, he gave the Stamps a chance to win.

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... PLAYERS FROM THE WEEK THAT WAS

BARRIN SIMPSON - LB- WINNIPEG

Stuffed Toronto QB Spergon Wynn on a third-down gamble. The Bombers kicked a field goal on the next possession to seal the win.

JEREMAINE COPELAND - SB - CALGARY

He repeatedly beat all-star Reggie Durden on Saturday. He totalled seven catches for 175 yards.

DOUG BROWN - DL - WINNIPEG

He only had one sack, but was a dominant force in the Bomber win.

RON WARNER- DL- WINNIPEG

Four sacks and three tackles against Toronto.

TIM STRICKLAND - LB - MONTREAL

After four sacks in Week 1, he had a fumble recovery Saturday that led to a touchdown.


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