TORONTO -- Week 15 is in the books and the post-season picture is a lot clearer as a result.
Two more teams punched their tickets to the 101st Grey Cup Playoffs, meaning there's only one spot remaining the post-season dance.
On Friday, the Battle of Ontario kicked off a double header, with the Tiger-Cats ending Toronto's four-game winning streak, 33-19 at Rogers Centre.
Later that night, Geroy Simon made his return to BC, and registered just one catch over his former club, as the Roughriders cruised past the Lions 31-17. With the win, the Riders clinched a berth in the playoffs for the second-straight year.
On Saturday, the Alouettes earned a decisive 47-24 win over the Eskimos in the frst half of another double header.
Shortly thereafter, the Calgary Stampeders showed their dominance as they continued their winning ways by posting a 38-11 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
As a result of Edmonton's and Winnipeg's losses, the Tiger-Cats secured their spot in the playoffs.
Here's how the action went down:
Hamilton 33, Toronto 19
Henry Burris was solid, completing 19 of his 30 passes for 274 yards and two touchdowns, as the Tiger-Cats ended the Argonauts' 4-game winning streak with a 33-19 win at Rogers Centre on Friday night.
Burris and the Ticats staved off a furious comeback attempt by the Argos, one that saw them score 10 unanswered points in the third quarter.
However, some hard running by tailback CJ Gable - who finished the night with 108 total yards and a touchdown - combined with some solid game management by Burris allowed the Ticats to maintain their lead when it mattered most.
Saskatchewan 31, BC 17
Darian Durant threw for 234 yards and a touchdown while Kory Sheets punched in two majors as the Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated the BC Lions 31-17 Friday night at BC Place.
It was revenge for the Riders who surrendered a late lead two weeks ago in Regina as they watched the Lions kick a game-winning field goal on their home turf to help fuel an already-tight West Division playoff picture.
Friday marked the return of future Hall of Fame slotback Geroy Simon to Vancouver after being traded from BC to Saskatchewan last off-season. Arguably one of the greatest to ever don a Leos jersey, Simon accumulated 14,756 yards and 93 touchdowns on 904 receptions in 12 seasons in BC.
Montreal 47, Edmonton 24
In a game that many had pegged to be crucial for both sides involved, the Montreal Alouettes came out flying and never landed, earning a convincing 47-24 win over the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday afternoon at Commonwealth Stadium.
Quarterback Josh Neiswander registered his second-career win, completing 15 of his 25 passes for 251 yards and four touchdowns, while Arland Bruce and SJ Green collected two scores apiece to help the Alouettes register their highest point total of the season.
Defensively, the Als came up big once again. Jerald Brown notched his fourth and fifth interceptions of the season, while Chip Cox added 4 more to his league-lead in tackles and had one interception.
Winnipeg 11, Calgary 38
Jon Cornish had a career night, rushing for 208 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries in a commanding 38-11 Calgary Stampeders win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Cornish was simply unstoppable, averaging 12.2 yards per carry and didn’t even play the entire game. He spent almost the entire fourth quarter on the sidelines with the game out of reach as the Stamps rested their star tailback.
Quarterback Kevin Glenn was sharp all afternoon, racking up 320 yards and two touchdowns on 21 of 29 passing in just over three quarters of work.