Argos have supercharged Montreal's offence

Argos running back Chad Kackert.(Reuters)

Argos running back Chad Kackert.(Reuters)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:30 PM ET

Vertical or horizontal, handing the ball off to Chad Kackert or operating in a no-huddle.

The Argonauts offence has been a thing of beauty from the moment Ricky Ray found his rhythm in a road win last season over Saskatchewan, a victory that would put Toronto on its way to a Grey Cup title.

Toronto ended the 2013 regular season with two wins, would carry the momentum into the post-season and coupled with last week’s season-opening win over Hamilton, the Double Blue have now won six in a row.

While the team’s defence remains a work in progress amid so many new faces and faces foreign to three-down football, the offence is in mid-season form.

The Lions have been a team that’s relied on defence, a unit nurtured by the likes of Mike Benevides and former Argonauts head coach Rich Stubler.Stubler is known for his unconventional approach to defence.


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