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CFL Score: Toronto’s Dominant Performance Leads to 31-15 Victory Over Hamilton

In the latest chapter of Canadian Football League (CFL) action, the Toronto Argonauts sailed to a commanding 31-15 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Both teams displayed formidable skills on the field, but the Argonauts’ dominance in passing and a stellar defensive performance solidified their win.



Game Summary

The Argonauts’ offense, led by quarterback Chad Kelly, demonstrated a stunning display of precision and versatility. Kelly completed 20 of his 27 passes, amassing 306 yards in the air and scoring 2 touchdowns without giving up an interception. This passing dominance gave Toronto the upper hand from the outset, a lead they maintained throughout the game.

Meanwhile, Hamilton, despite a respectable performance from quarterback Taylor Powell who managed 283 yards from 27 completions, could not match Toronto’s efficiency in scoring, with Powell scoring only once during the game.

Toronto Argonauts: A Comprehensive Offensive Show

In addition to Kelly’s passing exploits, the Argonauts exhibited an efficient ground game. Running back AJ Ouellette led the team with 84 yards on 10 carries, with Chad Kelly contributing 18 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Andrew Harris and Cameron Dukes each added to the scoreline with rushing efforts.

Toronto’s receiving unit shone brightly too, with Kurleigh Gittens Jr. and Davaris Daniels leading the way. Gittens Jr. had 69 yards and a touchdown on 6 catches, while Daniels managed 80 yards and a touchdown from 4 receptions.

Argonauts Defence: A Wall of Resistance

On the defensive side, Toronto was equally potent. Cornerback Adarius Pickett led the team with 7 tackles, with linebacker Wynton McManis and Jonathan Jones adding 6 and 5 tackles respectively. CB Jamal Peters also had a key interception that thwarted a potentially threatening Hamilton drive.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats: A Struggle to Convert

Hamilton’s offense, led by QB Taylor Powell, struggled to match the high-powered Argonauts. Powell’s lone score came from a 15-yard run, part of his 37-yard rushing effort. Running back James Butler was held to just 14 yards on 8 carries, indicative of the Argonauts’ formidable rush defense.

Hamilton’s leading receiver was Terry Godwin, who hauled in 7 passes for 103 yards, but the Tiger-Cats’ passing game was unable to find the end zone.

Tiger-Cats Defence: A Battle Fought

Defensively, the Tiger-Cats struggled to contain the Argonauts. Despite Stavros Katsantonis and Jameer Thurman’s efforts of 7 and 6 tackles respectively, and CB Richard Leonard’s two knockdowns, Hamilton could not slow down Toronto’s offensive onslaught.

This game saw the Toronto Argonauts establish their dominance early on and never let up. Their potent offensive attack and sturdy defense proved too much for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, leading to the final CFL score of 31-15. As the CFL season progresses, it will be intriguing to see how both teams adapt and evolve based on this game’s outcomes.

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