Home-field disadvantage as Argos try to clinch CFL East

Argos' Dontrelle Inman waltzes into the Bombers end zone for a touchdown during CFL action in...

Argos' Dontrelle Inman waltzes into the Bombers end zone for a touchdown during CFL action in Winnipeg on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. (Kevin King/QMI Agency)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:27 PM ET

TORONTO - One would think the Argos would be masters of their own domain, dominant at home and capable of putting on a show to appease even the most jaded of football fans.

One would think a team with an accurate quarterback, perhaps the very best the pass-happy CFL has ever seen, explosive and elusive weapons in the backfield and at receiver would create more of a sporting buzz.

Think again.

Regardless of what plays out during Thursday night's visit by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the Argos will be at home for the next three games.

The exact nature of Toronto's home playoff will be known as early as Thursday or perhaps as late as Saturday.

In the absolute worst-case scenario, next week's season finale will decide whether the Argos play host to the East semifinal or the divisional final with a berth in the Grey Cup at stake.

"You'd think the dome would fit our style of team," began head coach Scott Milanovich.


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