Argonauts out for revenge against Tiger-Cats

Argos' Dontrelle Inman gets taken down by Ticats' Jamall Johnson and Emanuel Davis. (DAVE ABEL/QMI...

Argos' Dontrelle Inman gets taken down by Ticats' Jamall Johnson and Emanuel Davis. (DAVE ABEL/QMI Agency)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:30 PM ET

TORONTO - The Argos have beaten every team, have yet to lose to the same team twice and have bounced back each time they’ve taken a step back.

On Monday, the Argos have an opportunity to take control of their football destiny and with it the real possibility of defending their Grey Cup title late next month in Regina.

A lot was exposed during last Friday night’s loss to Hamilton, a setback that would bring the Argos back to reality following four weeks of comeback wins and must-see late-game drama.

Chris Jones might be viewed as an unorthodox co-ordinator, uncompromising in his beliefs, controversial by some, but no defensive mind makes the necessary adjustments when vulnerability surfaces.

Whether it’s keeping Tiger-Cats quarterback Henry Burris in the pocket, sending pressure packages or throwing different looks in the back end of Toronto’s defence, expect anything and everything by Jones.


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