The Argonauts crushed the Alouettes 38-6
Photo: Chris Young The canadian Press
The Alouettes have been used in a severe correction by the Argonauts.
Toronto — S. J. Green scored two touchdowns against his former team, helping the Toronto Argonauts to take their revenge and defeat the Montreal Alouettes, 38-6, on Saturday at BMO Field.
A week after losing 21-9 at the Stade Percival-Molson, the Argonauts have welcomed the return to play their quarter Ricky Ray serving a severe correction with the Larks, which allowed them to regain the exclusivity of the first row of the section Is the canadian football League.
Green has now successfully completed its two major in the first half and he finished the game with nine receptions for gains of 145 yards. The star catcher of 32 years has combined its efforts with those of Ray, who has completed 35 of his 43 passes for gains air for 377 yards. It has also launched four touchdowns and was intercepted once.
Armanti Edwards and Declan Cross also scored a touchdown offensively to the Argonauts (4-5), while Justin Tuggle has registered a touch defensive on a return of escaped. The kicker Lirim Hajrullahu has successfully completed a placement of 22 yards and he missed a 54-yard.
The defensive Alouettes (3-5) has not been able to stop the Argonauts, who have amassed no less than 473 yards total. The attack on montreal was limited to 163 yards and it has only reached 60 yards in the first test.
Quarterback Darian Durant has been successful on 14 of its 27 attempts by the air, and he has accumulated 93 yards passing. It has also been the victim of an interception in the charging area, in the first quarter.
The only hit of the Larks occurred in the third quarter, when linebacker Dominique Tovell returned an interception for a distance of 61 yards into the end zone to allow the troop to register the score.
The receiver Nik Lewis has provided one of the only times something to look forward to the meeting for visitors. Capturing a 1018e career, Lewis has moved ahead of Ben Cahoon in the second rank of the history of the CFL. The leader is Geroy Simon, who made 1029 receptions in the canadian tour.
Torontonians led only 7-0 at the end of the first quarter, but they have added 28 points before the end of the half to put the game out of reach.
The men of Jacques Chapdelaine will be able to quickly find the way to the victory when they host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Thursday night.