Their season now in peril, the Argos find themselves in one of those soul-searching moments that will either define this group or risk having this it torn apart.Quarterback Ricky Ray paces the sidelines in the fourth quarter of the Labour Day loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. (Fred Thornhill/Thornhill)
It’s so black and white, so cut and dried that any other spin would be a complete waste of time.
The Argos are in a bye week, their second of the season, their next game not until Sept. 13 when they play in Calgary before heading to B.C.
Following their two-game trip out West, the Argos return home to play host to Edmonton.
At 3-7, the Argos are in serious jeopardy of dropping to 3-10, an unconscionable turn of events from a franchise that won a Grey Cup two years ago with a 9-9 regular-season record, followed up by a 10-win season and home field in the East final.
Turmoil, injuries and inconsistency have plagued this year’s Argos, a team that’s still trying to find its identity.
The defence has played well, but better coverage in the secondary is still required.