Argos fall to Tiger-Cats in the Hammer

Tiger-Cats' Bakan Grant (right) celebrates with QB Zach Collaros after scoring a touchdown against...

Tiger-Cats' Bakan Grant (right) celebrates with QB Zach Collaros after scoring a touchdown against the Argonauts in the first half of their CFL Labour Day Classic in Hamilton on Monday, Sept. 1, 2014. (Fred Thornhill/Reuters)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 4:42 PM ET

HAMILTON - The Argos’ losing ways continued Monday, the team once again imploding, once again turnover-prone and yet again exposed on offence.

A break now awaits and outside of the one of two NFL cuts likely to show up in Toronto, nothing will change until Toronto’s injured receivers, namely Chad Owens and Andre Durie return.

Without them, the Argos offence is a joke, too one-dimensional, too thin and overmatched.

The Ticats weren’t that much better, but they made just enough more plays, more tackles for losses and produced more turnovers, always the key in deciding an outcome between two evenly matched sides with the margin for error so slim.

The biggest winners on this afternoon were the fans in the Hammer and the people who put the final pieces to the city’s new stadium, which will be a destination point once everything is in place.


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