Wynn is left wincing

FRANK ZICARELLI -- Toronto Sun

, Last Updated: 9:36 AM ET

Spergon Wynn left the game with a banged-up shoulder and some plays he felt he left on the field.

It was that kind of day for the backup quarterback, who posted some very decent numbers in the Argos' 24-17 loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers yesterday.

But numbers, as they say, can be deceiving and there was some deception to Wynn's tally.

"I just have to do a better job managing the offence and making plays when they present themselves," he said.

On the game's final play, Wynn was forced to throw an underneath pass to Jeff Johnson.

Once he released the football, Wynn was blindsided by Bombers defensive end Tom Canada on a clean hit that forced the first-year Argo quarterback to the turf and in obvious discomfort.

When he addressed the media in the painful aftermath, Wynn's right shoulder was wrapped in ice.

For the game, Wynn completed 27 of 38 passes for 331 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions.

Admittedly, there were opportunities presented where Wynn failed to deliver.

The most glaring had Johnson, a running back, matched up with linebacker Barrin Simpson on a seam route Wynn underthrew in the end zone.

"I have to make that throw," Wynn said. "That's seven points we left on the field."

Incumbent Damon Allen continues to nurse a broken finger, but the veteran is eyeing the team's next game -- July 22 in Regina.


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