KEVIN GLENN - QB - WINNIPEG
The Bomber pivot made his critics eat their words - for one night at least. He torched the Edmonton secondary for 368 yards and three touchdowns in three quarters of work.
GEROY SIMON - SB - B.C. LIONS
A spectacular one-handed touchdown grab was just part of a huge night at B.C. Place. Although he was constantly double-teamed, he still had nearly 140 receiving yards and two majors. He must be drooling over the idea of playing a leaky Edmonton secondary this week.
JASON GOSS - DB - HAMILTON
Stamp pivot Henry Burris could have buried the Tabbies at the end of the first half, but Goss picked off Smiling Hank and went 109 yards the other way to score. It was the third-longest interception return for a TD in CFL history.
BRENT JOHNSON - DE - B.C. LIONS
He doesn't brag. He doesn't trash-talk. He's just a stud on the defensive line. Two sacks and two tackles against Toronto.
BARRON MILES - DB - B.C. LIONS
Two interceptions and got inside Toronto QB Spergon Wynn's head.
... PLAYERS FROM THE WEEK THAT WAS
ANTHONY COLLIER - DE- HAMILTON
The Eskimos must be scratching their heads. Collier did nothing in training camp and was cut. But in Hamilton, he's become a playmaker. Collier caused one fumble and had one sack against Calgary.
CHRIS BRAZZELL - WR - WINNIPEG
Sticking it to his old team and embarrassing Reggie Durden in the process, Brazzell had four catches for 181 yards and two TDs.
MILT STEGALL - SB - WINNIPEG
So much for Edmonton dominating the future Hall of Famer. Stegall only had one 100-yard game against the Esks in four years entering Week 3 - but he put up 153 yards Saturday.
MARK WASHINGTON - DB - B.C. LIONS
With momentum riding shotgun with the Argos as they were driving in the final minute Friday in hope of tying the game, Washington stripped WR Robert Baker, giving the Leos the win.
SANDRO DEANGELIS - K - CALGARY
Pulled the entire Stampeder team out of the fire by hitting the game-winning 45-yard field goal with no time left to beat Hamilton.