The first 24 hours after Saturday afternoon’s contests between the Ticats and Argos couldn’t be more different for each team. CFL.ca’s senior writer Chris O’Leary explains.
With a 64-14 road win against the Toronto Argonauts and a 2-0 start to the 2019 season, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats have a lot to be excited about.
The Hamilton Tiger-cats dominate the Toronto Argonauts from start to finish, defeating them 64-14. It was the Argos home opener and first game of the 2019 season.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats continued their solid start to the season with a dominant 64-14 road win over the Toronto Argonauts on Saturday.
Brandon Banks runs back a missed field goal for the 112 yard return touchdown.
Sean Thomas-Erlington makes an amazing diving catch stretching out for a 37 yard pick up.
Simoni Lawrence snatches up the football for the interception which leads to a Masoli goal line touchdown.
The Edmonton Eskimos did a bit of everything to get the job done against the BC Lions in Week 2, riding big offensive and defensive performances to a decisive 39-23 home victory.
Mike Reilly did not have the homecoming he expected thanks to the Eskimos defence. They sacked the quarterback seven times on the night. Current pivot Trevor Harris tossed three touchdowns to ...
The Eskimos scored 17 straight points and spoiled Mike Reilly’s return to Edmonton by beating the BC Lions 39-23 on Friday night.
Quarterback Trevor Harris hit wide receiver Greg Ellingson for a 52-yard touchdown to extend the Eskimos lead to two possessions. It marked the second time the two connected for a score on the night.
CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary reports from Argos practice where a new-look defence and a new leader in Corey Chamblin has given to revived energy in Toronto.
One of the CFL’s most storied rivalries continues on Saturday, as the Argos open their season against the Ticats at Toronto’s BMO Field.
Quarterback Mike Reilly led the Lions on a 12 play, 83-yard touchdown drive on his first possession back in his old stomping grounds.
The biggest storyline for Friday Night Football might be Mike Reilly’s return to Edmonton, but his former team isn’t worrying about him – they’re just trying to improve to 2-0.
In his return to his old home, Mike Reilly is expecting it to feel like any other football game on the schedule.
The Argonauts enter the 2019 season full of confidence in their veteran offensive group.
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