Argos need to pull out all the stops to right ship

Argonauts wide receiver Dontrelle Inman tries to elude Blue Bombers defenisve back Jovon Johnson in...

Argonauts wide receiver Dontrelle Inman tries to elude Blue Bombers defenisve back Jovon Johnson in Winnipeg on Saturday. (Kevin King/Winnipeg Sun)

Frank Zicarelli, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:18 AM ET

The big picture hasn’t eluded Scott Milanovich, one that hasn’t been pretty.

With two games remaining before the CFL’s real season begins, the Argos find themselves atop the East with a 10-6 record, in control of their destiny as two home dates await.

As ugly as Saturday’s 26-20 win in Winnipeg was, winning does provide a dose of confidence, regardless of how it’s produced.

But there’s a lot in all three phases that needs to be ironed out as the Argos take aim on a bye, which is very much within their reach.

“If you had told me after playing six of seven on the road that we’d be in the position we’d be in, I’d take it,’’ began Milanovich. “But we’re not playing our best football — clearly.

“We need to make improvements if we’re going to do anything come November. I have confidence we will do that and put it together all at once.”


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