Last night at Canad Inns Stadium
Top offensive player
Toronto running back Jamal Robertson was not flashy but he grounded out yardage against what had been the CFL's most stubborn run-stoppers. He finished with 24 carries for 101 yards and the game's only major. He also caught four passes for 42 yards.
Top defensive player
Bombers linebacker Barrin Simpson had a game-high 14 defensive tackles -- setting a club record -- and a forced fumble while playing with turf toe. Honourable mention to Winnipeg cornerback Jovon Johnson, who picked off two passes, returning one 39 yards. He added two defensive tackles.
Top special teamer
Argos placekicker Justin Medlock made no mistake on four field goals, connecting from 17, 46, 31 and 44 yards. Honourable mention to Bomber punter Mike Renaud, more for the way he chased down field after his punts than his average. He even had a touchdown-saving tackle on a shanked punt.
Bomber LB Siddeeq Shabazz just recovered a Jamal Robertson fumble and after a Toronto penalty for unnecessary roughness, the Bombers had a first and 10 at the Argo 18 and the game still within reach. But on the next play, Toronto LB Kevin Eiben picked off a poorly-thrown ball by backup QB Bryan Randall at the Toronto four and the Bombers did not get a single point as the Argos maintained their 19-3 lead.
Smack of the match
Bomber punter Mike Renaud times two. Twice, Renaud chased his own punt downfield, coming within inches of recovering and clocking the returner each time -- much to the delight of the crowd.