Huntington's top five

JONATHAN HUNTINGTON -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 8:05 AM ET

Five signs of how bad things have become in Hamilton with the 1-6 Tiger-Cats.

5. Quarterback Jason Maas is the team's leading rusher, ahead of Josh Ranek and Corey Holmes.

4. The 29-0 loss to Winnipeg on Friday was the team's first home shutout in 55 years.

3. The Tabbies are dead last in three key offensive categories - most TDs scored, most TDs passing and average points scored per game.

2. They have lost all four road games this year, extending their road winless streak to 13 games.

1. When asked to make some noise by the PA announcer at Ivor Wynne Stadium Friday, many fans followed through - but they didn't cheer. Instead, they loudly booed.

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DUD OF THE WEEK

Hamilton QB Kevin Eakin was nothing short of awful in his first start of the season replacing an injured Jason Maas. He was 10-for-24, passing for 64 yards, three INTs and no points against Winnipeg.


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