TORONTO -- Week 14 brought some heroic efforts as well as jaw-dropping and record-breaking moments to the table, as each team continued their push down the final stretch of the 2013 season.
On Friday night in Winnipeg, the BC Lions put on a clinic and delivered a blow-out performance against the Blue Bombers with a final score of 53-17.
With the win, the Lion secured a spot in the post-season, joining their divisional counterparts in Calgary.
Saturday saw the Stampeders earns a decisive 35-11 win over the Tiger-Cats in the first half of the day's double header.
Later that night, the Argonauts continued their dominance away from home, this time downing the Eskimos at Commonwealth Stadium. QB Zach Collaros led another late-game surge, patrolling the Boatmen to a 34-22 victory.
Finally, Sunday afternoon's clash saw the Alouettes hang on for a narrow win over the visiting Roughriders.
Here's how the action went down.
BC 53, Winnipeg 17
The BC Lions defence was simply dominant Friday night in a 53-17 handling of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Investors Group Field, clinching a playoff spot in the process.
An interception and two fumble recovery touchdowns in the first half got things started and the Lions didn't look back after that.
Max Hall got his second consecutive start for Winnipeg behind centre and had a rather unconventional set of pass protectors in front of him. The Bombers went with four imports along the offensive line in an effort to not only provide extra protection but hopefully spark the running game with Will Ford.
Calgary 35, Hamilton 11
Kevin Glenn completed 17 of his 26 passes for 238 yards and three touchdowns, while tailback Jon Cornish eclipsed the century mark for the fifth time this season, as the Stampeders cruised to a 35-11 win over the Tiger-Cats on Saturday night in Guelph.
Cornish finished with 114 yards on 15 carries, adding 15 more on two receptions through the air.
With the win, the Stamps maintained sole possession of first place in the West Division, and will head into Week 15 with a two point lead over the Lions and potentially a four-point lead over the Roughriders
Toronto 34, Edmonton 22
Chad Kackert recovered a fumble in the end zone for the game-winning touchdown, as the Toronto Argonauts pulled off yet another stunning comeback win, 34-22 over the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday night in Edmonton.
The Argos' veteran running back returned from injury with a major statement, rushing for 156 yards on 13 rushes to lead the Argos to 33 unanswered points in the second half, marking their fourth straight win on the road -- all of which have come from behind.
Kerry Joseph threw for 197 yards but also had two interceptions, as he stepped in for the injured Mike Reilly, who was forced out of the game in the second quarter and did not return.
Montreal 17, Saskatchewan 12
Josh Neiswander completed 20 of his 35 passes for 260 yards and a touchdown, while the Montreal defence did the rest, as the Alouettes hung on to defeat the Roughriders 17-12 on Sunday afternoon.
Receiver Duron Carter was also impressive, hauling in five catches for 148 yards and a score.
In the game, Riders receiver Geroy Simon entered the record books, surpassing Ben Cahoon as the CFL's all-time leaders in receptions.