Give Argos failing grade at season's halfway mark

Edmonton's Eddie Steele tackles Toronto's Curtis Steele during the Edmonton Eskimos' CFL football...

Edmonton's Eddie Steele tackles Toronto's Curtis Steele during the Edmonton Eskimos' CFL football game against the Toronto Argonauts at Commonwealth Stadium on Aug. 23, 2014. Codie McLachlan/Edmonton Sun/QMI Agency)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:51 PM ET

TORONTO - The Argos have hit the half-way mark of the season with a 3-6 record and not exactly hitting on all cylinders.

For the record, they remain atop the East, as woeful a division one has ever seen in the long history of three-down football, but the Argos have also played more games than any of their divisional brethren because the CFL schedule is even more comical than it has ever been.

One can thank Rogers Centre for a first-half stretch that saw the Argos go one month between home dates, then play two within the span of six nights.

Toronto last played a home game on Aug. 17 and won’t be back until Oct. 4.


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