Boatmen will shuffle offensive front yet again

Scullers offensive tackle Joel Reinders (left) and Jonathan Williams lock horns during practice...

Scullers offensive tackle Joel Reinders (left) and Jonathan Williams lock horns during practice Tuesday. (ERNEST DOROSZUK/Toronto Sun)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:07 PM ET

Not a lot has changed along the line of scrimmage, but even the smallest change adds a new dimension to any offensive line.

In Toronto’s case, the unit has featured imports at each tackle slot in each of the Argos’ first three games.

For the fourth straight game, it appears the O-line will once again feature a change to its starters.

Part of the reason why the Argos built their late-season roll last year was its offensive line and the continuity and consistency it was able to achieve.

So far this season, neither has played out, which helps explain why the Argos have been this inconsistent offensive team.

“It’s always a work in progress,” centre Jeff Keeping said. “We probably played better in the first game (a win over Hamilton) than we have in the last two (back-to-back losses to B.C. and Saskatchewan).

“Those are the learning blocks. We have vets, but it’s still a learning process when it comes to playing together, continuity and improving. If w


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