TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYER
Winnipeg wide receiver Derick Armstrong led all receivers with eight receptions for 117 yards and one touchdown.
TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYER
Argos defensive back Kenny Wheaton intercepted one pass and returned it 84 yards for a touchdown, recorded four defensive tackles and added two knockdowns.
TOP SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER
Toronto's Dominique Dorsey, the kick returner the Bombers cut in training camp, came to play. He returned a kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown -- the first of the season, and finished the game with four kickoff runbacks for 163 yards and a pair of punt returns for 21.
The Bombers offence had actually started moving the ball on their opening drive of the second half when quarterback Kevin Glenn threw the ball right into the arms of Kenny Wheaton. The Argos' defensive back caught it in full gallop, then raced 84 yards for a touchdown that gave Toronto an insurmountable 28-1 lead.
SMACK OF THE GAME
Argos defensive back Kenny Wheaton simply rocked Winnipeg receiver Jamie Stoddard as he was attempting to make a catch, popping the ball out. After a Toronto challenge, it was ruled an incompleted pass.
Just after the Bombers had conceded a safety touch, Dominique Dorsey returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a TD that gave Toronto an 11-0 lead in the first quarter.