Huntington's top 10

JONATHAN HUNTINGTON -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 9:07 AM ET

HENRY BURRIS - QB - CALGARY

It took him several weeks to get on track, but Smilin' Hank is rolling now - another gem against Montreal with nearly 300 yards passing and three TDs.

FRED PERRY - DE - SASKATCHEWAN

Two more sacks to move into a tie for the league lead with 11, plus a 15-yard fumble return for a touchdown.

COBY RHINEHART - DB - CALGARY

With Montreal clinging to its last opportunity in the fourth quarter, Rhinehart picks off Anthony Calvillo near the goal-line to seal the win. One of two interceptions on Thursday.

ARLAND BRUCE - WR - TORONTO

An outstanding TD grab in double coverage deep in the end zone on Friday night helped spur the Argos to a comeback win, erasing a 15-point Winnipeg lead.

MATT DOMINGUEZ - WR - SASK.

Comeback player of the year in the CFL. Missing 16 games last year with a major knee injury, Dominquez racked up another 119 yards Saturday with two TDs.

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... PLAYERS FROM THE WEEK THAT WAS

BRIAN CLARK - LB - CALGARY

Led the club in defensive tackles (five), had at least four special teams tackles and perfectly executed a fake punt, taking the direct snap and rumbling 29 yards for the first down.

ALBERT JOHNSON - KR - WINNIPEG

Repeatedly gave the Bombers fantastic field position, averaging an incredible 50.5 yards on kickoff returns and more than 15 yards per punt return.

CHARLES ROBERTS - RB - WINNIPEG

Sputtered in the second half on Friday and was barely used in the fourth quarter, but in the first half he had 99 yards on 12 carries.

DAMON DUVAL - K - MONTREAL

Without a perfect five-for-five outing in the field-goal department - including a 50-yarder - Montreal would have been bombed 41-8 by Calgary.

ROCKY BUTLER - QB - SASKATCHEWAN

In his first start of the year, he threw three TDs and ran for another. Granted, he was playing hapless Hamilton - but four majors is impressive.


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