Toronto Argonauts vs Calgary Stampeders
It was a dug out from a deficit win with a major lift from unique groups for the Calgary Stampeders (8-4) in their Week 14 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (9-3). On paper, the Toronto Argonauts (2-9) ought to be a simple Week 15 adversary for the red and white, however this is the CFL — no lead is protected!
Here are 5 things to look for as the Stamps visit the Argos:
Eric Rogers: CFL-driving collector Reggie Begelton is out and that implies Rogers will need to convey the heap. Rogers and quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell have consolidated for 28 touchdowns in their profession — including playoffs — and Eric needs 11 gatherings to arrive at 200 in his vocation. Coincidentally, Mitchell has never lost to the Argos and has an ideal 10-0 record against the boatmen.
New kid on the block collectors: A youthful Canadian needs to step up! In the wake of losing Juwan Brescasin for the season, the Stamps national profundity is being tried. Colton Hunchak, Mike Klukas and Hergy Mayala have indicated flashes now and again, however they are on the whole conflicting. American Arron Peck will make his CFL debut as he replaces Begelton in the space. Peck was not drafted in the NFL however he got a tryout with the Green Bay Packers. He played with the Alliance League’s San Diego Fleet.
Playoff Implications: GM John Hufnagel consistently says “Get in the competition and anything can occur.” The Stamps will really secure a playoff recognize this end of the week in the event that they beat the Argos and Ottawa loses to the B.C. Lions.
Patched up Offensive Line: Nila Kasitati is out as the Stamps need to go with 3 nationals on hold because of proportion issues. Justin Lawrence remains at community for the second-in a row week while Derek Dennis moves to right handle and Ucambre Williams plays left handle.
Evan Foster: I know — What you are thinking? Who? Encourage was a crisis marking this week as a result of the shoulder damage to CFL driving tackler Cory Greenwood. Encourage played for the University of Manitoba Bisons and was a third-round pick of the Argos in 2017. He doesn’t supplant Greenwood as the beginning center linebacker, yet he gets on a program and should play a functioning job on extraordinary groups. Wyton McManis will be the beginning center linebacker in the middle of Nate Holley and Jamar Wall.
Go along with me and the whole Calgary Stampeders communicate team as the Stamps take on the Argos on Friday, Sept. 20. The pregame show gets in progress at 3:30 p.m. with commencement at 5 p.m. on the radio home of the Calgary Stampeders