No time for Argos to dwell on loss to Alouettes

Zach Collaros has the ball knocked loose during the Argos' game against the Montreal Alouettes on...

Zach Collaros has the ball knocked loose during the Argos' game against the Montreal Alouettes on Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre. (STAN BEHAL/QMI Agency)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:57 PM ET

TORONTO - The best part of the Argos’ plight is that they won’t have to wait long to get back on the playing field.

In football, teams have to have short memories and with the Argos faced with a short week, there’s no point in reflecting on a lost night against Montreal in which so few points were produced.

Unless head coach Scott Milanovich saw something dramatically wrong with how Zach Collaros played against the Als, he has no choice but to start the quarterback when Toronto visits Montreal on Sunday afternoon.

What he simply must do is keep Collaros on a short leash and try to incorporate more packages for Trevor Harris, who is a better passer in the pocket than Collaros.

The Argos can’t run the football and there’s no quick fix unless Ricky Ray suddenly comes back from a shoulder injury that is so rare in football that no one has even heard of a pivot tearing his terres major muscle.


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