Breaking Up The Threeway

If the Toronto Argonauts want to move forward in the CFL Eastern Division, they’re going to have to go a long way to break up the three-way tie at two wins and one loss with Ottawa and Montreal.
All the way to BC.
Toronto heads out to Vancouver for a Friday night fight with the Lions.
And even though he has performed admirably at the pivot position taking over for the recovering Ricky Ray, quarterback Trevor Harris, above, will have to step up his game against the Lions following his 20-of-34 for 223 yards and two TDs effort in a loss to Calgary last week.
If he doesn’t, I’m sure head coach Scott Milanovich would not hesitate to let six-year CFL veteran Adrian McPherson, below, take over the controls in the second half.
McPherson ran a couple offensive passing plays during practice Tuesday at the team’s Downsview facility.
Second-year Argo Anthony Coombs, below, played a part in the offense during practice Tuesday, as well.
Brandon Whitaker, who along with McPherson, was acquired from Montreal after a number of seasons with the Alouettes, tries to haul in a pass but comes up with only his hands, below…
…and practice roster rookie Kenny Shaw tries to pull one in from his feet…
…while veteran Dave Stala, below, is about as sure-handed as you get after being a staple in the receiving corps of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for the past five years.
And as Chad Owens showed on his face, below, it’s beginning to get a little serious out there.


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