Huntington's team of the week

JONATHAN HUNTINGTON -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 9:11 AM ET

RICKY RAY - QB - EDMONTON ESKIMOS

Engineers the biggest touchdown drive of the year so far for the Eskimos Friday night by marching nearly 90 yards in the final two minutes. If Edmonton makes the playoffs, that might be the drive that saved the season.

NOEL PREFONTAINE - K - TORONTO ARGONAUTS

Nails a 47-yard field goal with 34 seconds remaining on Saturday afternoon to give the Argos an 11-9 win over Hamilton.

CHARLES ROBERTS - RB - WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS

The CFL's new rushing leader, Roberts rambles for 103 yards and scores the game-winning touchdown.

MILT STEGALL - SB - WINNIPEG

A 110-yard receiving game - his fifth 100-yard+ outing this year - plus another touchdown, bringing him to within two of the George Reed/Mike Pringle CFL record.

COREY HOLMES - RB - HAMILTON

Accounted for 51% of the Tabbies' total offence with 100 yards on the ground and 41 receiving yards.

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... PLAYERS FROM THE WEEK THAT WAS

ADAM BRAIDWOOD - DE - EDMONTON ESKIMOS

If he doesn't receive a CFL Player of the Week award, there should be an investigation. Hammers Henry Burris in the first half to give Charles Alston a touchdown and then scores his own major on the final play of the game.

SEAN FLEMING - K - EDMONTON ESKIMOS

A perfect five-for-five in the field-goal department on Friday night.

JONATHAN BROWN - DE - TORONTO ARGONAUTS

A sack and interception for the unheralded Toronto lineman.

REGGIE HUNT - LB - SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS

A game-high nine tackles and gave the Riders a chance for one last drive with a big stop in the fourth quarter.

JASON TUCKER - SB - EDMONTON ESKIMOS

Usually a two-catch performance doesn't bring any recognition. But where would the Eskimos be without Tucker this morning? His first catch of the game came on third-and-four to keep the final drive alive. Three plays later his sure hands bring the game-winning touchdown.


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