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TORONTO — Tre Ford, Marc-Antoine Dequoy and the Edmonton Elks’ offensive line have made the grade for August in the Canadian Football League (CFL) Honour Roll powered by Pro Football Focus (PFF). The selections include all appearances from Weeks 9 to 12.
PFF utilizes extensive review of game footage to provide additional context for every action on the field. Highly-trained PFF staff breakdown every game, player and play to provide over 200 unique data points, which are used to compile Player Grades – a numerical representation up-to-100 of performance at their specific position. For more information on PFF, Player Grades, the Grading Scale and more, please visit pff.com/grades.
Each month, the highest individual Player Grades on offence and defence, as well as the highest graded offensive line, will be recognized in the CFL Honour Roll. The best individual performers by Player Grade from each of the nine position groups will be named to the monthly team. Offensive and defensive players must play a minimum of 75 snaps to be eligible and special teams players must play 25. Ties will be broken by the number of snaps played.
CFL HONOUR ROLL – AUGUST: OFFENCE
QB | Tre Ford | Edmonton Elks (2-1 in August; 2-9 overall)
CFL HONOUR ROLL – AUGUST: DEFENCE
DB | Marc-Antoine Dequoy | Montreal Alouettes (3-1 in August; 6-4 overall)
CFL HONOUR ROLL – AUGUST: OFFENSIVE LINE
Edmonton Elks (2-1 in August; 2-9 overall)
CFL HONOUR ROLL: ALL-AUGUST TEAM
(Position | Name | Team | Grade)