Friday | Toronto at Ottawa
The REDBLACKS earned a 24-9 victory over the struggling Toronto Argonauts to close out the regular season, then followed up the on-field win with a great gesture to season-ticket holders.
ICYMI: We surprised a group of our season-seat members with jerseys right off our backs after Friday’s season finale. pic.twitter.com/h4uh2VaT43
— Ottawa REDBLACKS-y (@REDBLACKS) November 4, 2018
— Jordon Fleck (@FleckJordon) November 3, 2018
The team also had 100 kids from the community out at Friday’s game.
A huge thank you to @PalladiumInsce for donating tickets to Friday’s @REDBLACKS game and making it a truly unforgettable experience for 100 kids in our community. #RNation ❤️🖤 pic.twitter.com/yoj8zkDf6s
— OSEG Foundation (@FoundationOSEG) November 5, 2018
Saturday | Winnipeg at Edmonton
The Esks earned a consolation win over the playoff-bound, backup-laden Bombers.
— Edmonton Eskimos (@EdmontonEsks) November 4, 2018
Edmonton scored a win off the field as well, collecting over $60,000 in toys and donations for Santas Anonymous.
Thanks to all the @EdmontonEsks fans for their support of today’s #toysontheturf in support of @SantasAnonymous. Volunteers collected more than $60,000 in toys and monetary donations!#OurYEG #OneEmpire pic.twitter.com/kiGDM9b9am
— GlobalEDM Community (@GlobalEdm_plus) November 3, 2018
— Ryan King (@ryanking46) November 4, 2018
Saturday | Montreal at Hamilton
The Alouettes scored a road victory against the Ticats, avoiding a last-place finish in the process.
Nonetheless, Hamilton fans came out loud and proud.
— BoxJBoys (@BoxJBoys) November 3, 2018
QB Dane Evans also had the chance to throw his first professional touchdown in front of his dad, who made the trek up from the U.S. to watch his son’s first regular-season start.
SO Glad you were able to make it Dad!! That ball is YOURS! You’ve been there with me ever since I was a little kid just wanting to play catch in the street… Love you dad!! @_CoachE_ https://t.co/KvUFp7j19f
— Dane Evans (@daneevans9) November 4, 2018
Lastly, John Bowman — who is ’98 per cent’ sure of his impending retirement —
Hell of a ride. Thanks @MTLAlouettes les partisans my teammates and coaches. More wins would’ve been great but the journey was amazing ✊🏽
— John N. Bowman (@7Bowman) November 4, 2018
Saturday | Calgary at BC
While Calgary scored the win at BC Place in the 2018 CFL regular-season finale, it was BC head coach Wally Buono’s night.
— CFL on TSN (@CFLonTSN) November 4, 2018
— Tiff (@tiffmclennan7) November 4, 2018
Also: Don Jackson playoff mode is engaged.
— Kamar Jorden (@justcallmeKJ_) November 4, 2018