HIS TOP 10 ... ... PLAYERS FROM THE WEEK THAT WAS
RB Robert Edwards, Montreal - For the first time in seven games, Edwards topped 100 yards in rushing. Funny thing: the Als had lost the previous six games.
QB Ricky Ray, Edmonton - With ice running through his veins, Ray - once again - pulled Edmonton out of the fire with a season-saving touchdown drive with 2:04 remaining Saturday night. A 47-yard bomb to Pat Woodcock on second-and-three set up Ray's eight-yard touchdown run.
RB Kenton Keith, Saskatchewan - A staggering 8.2-yard rushing average against Edmonton, Keith was amazing at times with his lightning-quick cuts on the Mosaic Stadium concrete that passes for turf. Rushing for 131 yards, he almost scored on the wild final play.
LB Jojuan Armour, Hamilton - The former B.C. Lion delivered an inspired effort against his old club, knocking quarterback Buck Pierce out of the game with a clean body shot, sacking Jarious Jackson on the next play and adding five tackles.
WR Derrick Armstrong, Winnipeg - Way over paid at reportedly $10,000 per game, he's been fantastic in Winnipeg with nearly 100 yards on Friday night and a great touchdown grab.
DT Steve Charbonneau, Edmonton - Where has that type of game been this year? Playing like a man possessed, Charbonneau delivered a huge veteran-type leadership effort against Saskatchewan. He knocked Kerry Joseph out of the game with a clean hit, while adding a sack and pass knockdown.
DL Eric England, Toronto - An 80-yard interception return for a touchdown gave the Argos a 16-9 lead - and they never looked back. Amazingly, England now has three touchdowns in his career. Two of them came with the Carolina Panthers in the NFL.
DE Anwar Stewart, Montreal - A sack and a 52-yard reception down the sidelines from Anthony Calvillo last Friday night.
QB Anthony Calvillo, Montreal - Under immense pressure to stop a brutal losing streak while people began to whisper about his future job security, Calvillo actually answered the bell. No touchdowns, but no interceptions, as he threw for 272 yards with only nine incompletions.
OL Patrick Kabongo, Edmonton - The hulking youngster at right tackle kept Fred Perry - the CFL's sack leader - from doing any major damage. An apparent mismatch on paper, Perry didn't register a sack all night.