Toronto Argonauts

The Toronto Argonauts have experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows in the last two seasons. It’s hard to believe the Argos are just two seasons removed from their magical Grey Cup season. However, 2018’s campaign was disappointing, to say the least. Ricky Ray’s unfortunate neck injury effectively set the tone for […]


CFL Week 17 Talking Points
Thomas Gunther - Oct 15, 2016

Continuing with the CFL Talking Points series, Last Word On Canadian Football writer Thomas Gunther is back to cover the latest match-up between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Toronto Argonauts. The Argos entered the match desperately needing a win to keep their name in the playoff race while the Riders were riding a three game winning streak. […]

CFL Check-In: Week 16
Thomas Gunther - Oct 14, 2016

With the playoffs in sight LWOS takes a look at the entire league and makes some predictions in the CFL Check-In: Week 16 Season Review.

Jason Buchholz - Oct 13, 2016

Back in 2012, the last time the Grey Cup was being hosted in Toronto, the Argonauts looked like they might end up making their city proud, and they did. Squeaking into the playoffs with a 9-9 record, they soon found themselves in the Grep Cup game, beating a Calgary squad helmed by Kevin Glenn, a […]

Dylan Konecny - Oct 11, 2016

The Toronto Argonauts have struggled in 2016, and even those struggles have their own struggles. The Argos this past week cut ties with four players. Head coach Scott Milanovich has hinted at major changes throughout the season. The release of four international receivers was a move to regain control of a locker room and re-establish […]

Brian Jones
Dylan Konecny - Oct 8, 2016

After releasing four players this past week. Canadian receiver Brian Jones will start his first ever CFL game Monday for the Argos against Calgary

CFL Week 15 Talking Points
Thomas Gunther - Oct 2, 2016

LWOS writer Thomas Gunther is back with the CFL Week 15 Talking Points. This week Gunther covers the matchup between the Argos and Alouettes.

cfl week 14 talking points
Thomas Gunther - Sep 24, 2016

LWOS CFL writers Thomas Gunther and Kelly Bale are back! In the CFL Week 14 Talking Points the writers discuss the big takeaways from the Argos vs Redblacks.

red and blue bowl
Dylan Konecny - Sep 16, 2016

The Toronto Argonauts players all played the college football before they made it to the professional ranks. Many of the the players in the CFL got their starts in the CIS and that passion for amateur football is still alive and well. Here are the Boatmen’s take on this weekend’s upcoming Red and Blue Bowl between the University […]

willy
Dylan Konecny - Sep 12, 2016

Drew Willy was introduced to media Monday afternoon after being traded to the Argos in exchange for T.J. Heath and two future draft picks.

Dylan Konecny - Sep 11, 2016

The Toronto Argonauts needed a short memory after their dramatic Labour Day loss to their arch rivals, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The 49-36 loss hurt the Argos more than in the standings. Before the rematch game at BMO Field it was determined that Argos starting quarterback Ricky Ray wouldn’t be available to play after suffering a […]

Thomas Gunther - Sep 11, 2016

With another week in the books Thomas and Kelly are back to break down the Argos and Ticats rematch in the CFL Week 12 Talking Points.

Dylan Konecny - Sep 11, 2016

The #Argos have acquired QB Drew Willy from the #Bombers in exchange for TJ Heath and two draft picks. #CFL pic.twitter.com/0kUH3EX0iz — Toronto Argonauts PR (@Argonauts_PR) September 12, 2016 Drew Willy Traded to Argos Immediately Following Win Immediately after their win in the Labour Day rematch against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the Toronto Argonauts announced their […]

ricky ray injured
Cole Shelton - Sep 8, 2016

Reports came out today that Ricky Ray is done for the season with a punctured lung. A Ricky Ray injured is a major blow as they sit 3rd in the East.

hamilton comeback
Dylan Konecny - Sep 6, 2016

The Labour Day Classic in Hamilton did not disappoint for the home fans. In front of a massive crowd at Tim Horton’s Field, the two southern Ontario Rivals went to battle, kicking off their two week home-and-home series. The Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, two 4-5 teams, engaged in a wildly entertaining shootout in front […]

ray's return
Dylan Konecny - Sep 1, 2016

The Toronto Argonauts (4-4) came into the match-up against the B.C. Lions (6-3) hoping to turn the page and begin the second half of the CFL season on a positive note. Toronto had lost consecutive home games in the month of August at BMO Field and were looking to give the home fans a much […]



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