TORONTO - Dontrelle Inman doesn’t remember the exact moment, but it arrived in the second half of Sunday’s meeting in Montreal.
It wasn’t any particular throw Zach Collaros would make, any word he may have expressed in the huddle or a series of plays that would lead to the revelation.
“Zach came into his own,’’ began Inman on Tuesday, a day reserved for film study and a light walkthrough for the Argos. “He led us like every quarterback should. You see how passionate he is about the game and the way he plays.
“You saw that in the second half. He was more calm and when things needed to be said he said it.”
It says a lot about Collaros’ mental and physical makeup that he put aside a first-half performance in helping lead the Argos to a key win for a variety of reasons.
Not many expected a team with its backup quarterback, third-string running back and fill-in returner to beat an Als team that completely neutralized Toronto’s offence five days earlier in the week.