Sights, Sounds and Social: Week 4

Here’s how Week 4 played out on social in the CFL.

It was all about Luc Brodeur-Jourdain on Thursday night in Montreal, as the Alouettes big man played the final game of his illustrious 12-year CFL career.

Montreal honoured him with a win, as running back William Stanback exploded for 200 yards to lead the Als to victory against the visiting Ticats.

TNF artist Zach Zoya was in the house and put on a show.


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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers went wire-to-wire in the nation’s capital en route to a 15-point win over the REDBLACKS.

Mike O’Shea’s team has some swag to it, and Willie Jefferson wants everyone to ‘come on down to Winnipeg’.

The Bombers were well-supported on the road.

It was a perfect night for football at TD Place!

The REDBLACKS will look to bounce back next Saturday at home against Montreal.

Lastly: Nice to see Ottawa Senators influencer and general Twitter madman bRian5or6 out at Friday’s game!

The last two minutes of the Lions’ visit to Toronto were pure insanity.

Saturday night’s finish at BMO Field was one for the (Canadian) ages.

Also fantastic: Argos linebacker Micah Awe’s nod to Kawhi Leonard during TSN’s #LiveMic broadcast.

Down a starting quarterback and running back, the Calgary Stampeders waltzed into Regina and smashed the Riders 37-10 in Week 4’s finale.

Two players stole the show: QB Nick Arbuckle and DB Tre Roberson.

The former completed 19 of 22 passes for 262 yards and a pair of TDs, while the latter snagged two INTs and now leads the league with five.

Lastly, former Riders linebacker Jeff Knox Jr. teased CFL fans with an ‘I’m back’ tweet on Sunday — he would later sign with the Ottawa REDBLACKS.