Argos out to pressure Als QB Tanner Marsh

The Argos will get their second look at Alouettes rookie QB Tanner Marsh when the clubs hook up...

The Argos will get their second look at Alouettes rookie QB Tanner Marsh when the clubs hook up Sunday afternoon in Montreal. (Martin Chevalier/QMI Agency)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:16 PM ET

TORONTO - The Argos get their second look at Tanner Marsh when Toronto plays in Montreal Sunday afternoon.

Offensively, there’s a lot the Argos must clean up from their 20-9 loss to the Als if they have any chance of success.

Defensively, the Argos played well enough to win, but there were some key penalties that kept drives alive and too many plays produced through the air.

But when a defence yields only 13 points and records four sacks, an offence has to do its part as well.

“I thought he managed the game well,’’ said Argos head coach Scott Milanovich of Marsh, who made his first-career start on Tuesday. “Like any young quarterback I thought when we got pressure on him he didn’t play as well.

“I thought his composure was excellent. He never felt like the game was out of his control, like he was rattled or out of his comfort zone. And that says a lot.


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