Argos need to get in line

Tony Washington (right) started at left tackle against B.C., but that might not be the case on...

Tony Washington (right) started at left tackle against B.C., but that might not be the case on Thursday. (ERNEST DOROSZUK/Toronto Sun)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:44 PM ET

Changes are expected on the offensive line, but Jarriel King’s spot at right tackle seems to be solid.

In the crazy numbers game that is the CFL, anything is possible on either side of the ball when a team is coming off a setback.

In the case of the Argos, the team’s offence was truly offensive in last week’s 24-16 road loss to the B.C. Lions.

With downfield wideout presence Dontrelle Inman unavailable, the Argos needed to establish a run game, but they couldn’t.

When protection was needed, none arrived as the Lions attacked the edge to force Ricky Ray into looking for his secondary read.

“The mood this week has been positive,’’ King said. “We knew our effort last week was not good enough. We took a day to reflect on it, but the next day we moved forward, focusing on our next opponent.


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