Game Notes

JIM BENDER -- Sun Media

, Last Updated: 9:10 AM ET

TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYER

Winnipeg slotback Chris Brazzell made up for a slow start by catching six passes for 73 yards and made a circus catch for a 19-yard touchdown.

TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYER

We will forgive him for taking an iffy roughing penalty at the end of the first half but Bomber defensive end Gavin Walls was outstanding once again. Not only did he make a number of defensive tackles he had three quarterback sacks and a fumble recovery.

TOP SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER

Bomber safety Kyries Hebert was a terror on special teams and made four special teams tackles in the first half alone. And he added at least two more in the second half.

KEY PLAY

The time was ticking off the clock in the first half and the Bombers were obviously trying to get Milt Stegall his record-tying touchdown. But Winnipeg quarterback Kevin Glenn found slotback Chris Brazzell in the endzone from 19 yards away. Brazzell made a stupendous catch on a ball that looked like it was slightly overthrown. That gave the Bombers a 22-13 lead and a world of momentum heading into the second half

HIGHLIGHT REEL

It wasn't the one the Bomber fans had been wanting for the entire match but Bomber quarterback Kevin Glenn completed a 62-yard touchdown to former Alouettes receiver Terrence Edwards early in the third quarter, giving Winnipeg a 29-14 lead.


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