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Wide Receiver Weekly: CFL Week 11, 3 Stars of Week 10

DaVaris Daniels scores a hat trick of touchdowns, and 4 different receivers reach 100 yards receiving. High points and low points for receivers from week 10. CFL weekly receiver summaries reflecting on performances in week 10 and rankings looking ahead to week 11.

Stars of the Week:

1st Star: DaVaris Daniels (TOR)

6 targets, 6 catches, 180 yards, and 3 touchdowns

2nd Star: Keon Hatcher (BC)

10 targets, 9 catches, 170 yards, 1 touchdown

3rd Star: Jaelon Acklin (OTT)

7 targets, 6 catches, 157 yards, and 1 touchdown

Other Articles:

Week 11 QB Weekly, Week 11 RB Weekly

Montreal Alouettes Week 10 Takeaways, BC Lions Week 10 Takeaways

Mike Mitchell’s Week 11 Power Rankings

Week 10 QB Weekly, Week 10 RB Weekly, Week 10 WR Weekly

Week 9 First and 2nd Team Top Performers, Week 8 1st and 2nd Team

Week 9 QB Weekly, Week 9 RB Weekly, Week 9 WR Weekly

CFL First Period All-Star Team (Weeks 1-7)

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BC

Week 11 Ranking and Week 10 Stats

2 – Keon Hatcher – Previous Ranking: 4

Week 8 Statline: 10 targets, 9 catches, 170 yards, 1 touchdown.

It was a fantastic day for Keon Hatcher in week 10.

Hatcher had a 34-yard catch down the left sideline on a corner route in the first quarter and the had another nice catch the very next play for 18 yards on the other sideline while VA was pressured. 

Hatcher did a great job holding on as he got tackled on another catch and the play after that he caught a 7-yard touchdown over the middle. He had Great YAC on a short throw making 2 defenders completely miss him. He did drop a difficult pass by the sideline. Later made a great play reaching across the first down marker with a man on his legs for the first down.

9 – Alexander Hollins – Previous Ranking: 16

Week 8 Statline: 8 targets, 7 catches, 80 yards, 1 touchdown.

Hollins found space in the end zone for a touchdown on BC’s first drive with some fast running on a slant route. He had a nice run play to start the second drive off with a 27-yard gain. In the second quarter, he had a good spin move making a tackler miss on a short pass.

18 – Lucky Whitehead – Previous Ranking: 17

Week 8 Statline: 6 targets, 3 catches, 29 yards, 1 touchdown.

Got open in the end zone for a 25-yard touchdown as Vernon Adams Jr. rolled to his left escaping pressure.

40 – Jevon Cottoy – Previous Ranking: 39

Week 8 Statline: 3 targets, 2 catches, 21 yards.

Cottoy had the first catch of the game which was a 21-yard pass to the right side.

41 – Justin McInnis – Previous Ranking: 46

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 1 catch, 16 yards.

Had a first down catch over the middle for a first down on a second and 12.

IR-6  – Dominique Rhymes – Previous Ranking: 9

Currently on the 6-game injured list.

Calgary Stampeders

Week 8: 18-25 L @ MTL, Week 9 20-7 W vs TOR, Week 10 vs BC, Week 11

8 – Reggie Begelton – Previous Ranking: 6

Week 8 Statline: 5 targets, 4 catches, 33 yards.

Begelton had a 9-yard run to the right side on a sweep that was recorded as a run play due to the handoff being a toss forward as he passed Maier. He did a good job holding on to a 10-yard catch as he got hit over the middle near halftime

14 – Tre Odoms-Dukes – Previous Ranking: 12

Week 8 Statline: 8 targets, 4 catches, 30 yards.

Odoms-Dukes had a 9-yard catch near the end of the first half. He had a good 8-yard reception that was all YAC in which he broke 2 tackles behind the line of scrimmage.

29 – Marken Michel – Previous Ranking: 40

Week 8 Statline: 7 targets, 4 catches, 36 yards.

Caught a pass over the middle for 6 yards in the 1st quarter. 

32 – Clark Barnes – Previous Ranking: 29

Week 8 Statline: 1 target, 1 catch, -1 yards.

39 – Luther Hakunavanhu – Previous Ranking: 37

Week 8 Statline: 5 targets, 2 catches, 18 yards.

Dropped a pass on an out route on a 2nd and 10 that could have potentially been a first down. Had an 8-yard catch in the first quarter and a 10-yard catch in the third. 9 of his 18 yards were YAC.

45 – Tommylee Lewis – Previous Ranking: 34

Was targetted once but did not record a catch.

49 – Cole Tucker – Previous Ranking: 48

Was on the 1-game injured list in week 10.

NR – Tyson Middlemost – Previous Ranking: Not Ranked

Week 8 Statline: 1 target, 0 catches, 0 yards.

Edmonton Elks

Week 8 0-27 Loss vs BC, Week 9: Bye Week, Week 10: vs WPG, Week 11: @ HAM

17 – Kyran Moore – Previous Ranking: 19

Week 8 Statline: 6 targets, 5 catches, 96 yards, 1 touchdown.

Moore had a 6-yard catch in the first quarter in which he made Adam Bighill miss him before picking up 6 YAC. He a 10-yard catch in the first quarter mid-right. He had a 70-yard touchdown that was all YAC on a short pass to the left side behind the line of scrimmage in which he made the cornerback miss him.

21 – Dillon Mitchell – Previous Ranking: 20

Week 8 Statline: 6 targets, 4 catches, 67 yards.

Threw a heavy block on Kevin Brown’s 65-yard touchdown run downfield. Caught a short pass in the first quarter for 9 yards. He had a run after a toss for 5 yards up the right side. Caught a 53-yard pass down the middle.

24 – Steven Dunbar Jr. – Previous Ranking: 23

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 1 catch, 10 yards.

Dunbar Jr.’s only catch was a 10-yarder over the middle in the 4th quarter.  He also had a tackle in the third quarter after an interception.

44 – Vincent Forbes-Mombleau – Previous Ranking: 42

Was not targeted in week 10.

Emmanuel Arceneaux

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 2 catches, 16 yards.

Had a 6 yard catch in the 2nd quarter and a 10 yard catch in the third quarter.

NR – Gavin Cobb – Not Ranked

Was not targeted in week 10.

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Week 8: 13-31 L vs TOR, Week 9: vs OTT, Week 10: @ MTL, Week 11: vs BC

10 – Shawn Bane Jr. – Previous Ranking: 3

Week 8 Statline: 7 targets, 4 catches, 19 yards.

Had a rare play in which he tripped up a bit limiting the potential for YAC on his first catch which was caught behind the line of scrimmage.

11 – Tevin Jones – Previous Ranking: 7

Week 8 Statline: 8 targets, 5 catches, 26 yards.

Jones did a great job on a short pass in the 4th quarter picking up quite a few extra yards with a Montreal linebacker wrapping him up on a 10-yard gain. He did have a drop in the 4th quarter on a short pass.

15 – Samuel Emilus – Previous Ranking: 13

Week 8 Statline: 5 targets, 2 catches, 31 yards.

Between the injury to Mason Fine and the quality of play from the Montreal defensive backs, it was difficult for Saskatchewan’s receivers to generate much production.

26 – Jerreth Sterns – Previous Ranking: Unranked

Week 8 Statline: 6 targets, 4 catches, 41 yards.

In the first quarter Sterns got by the first defender to make sure he picked up the first down after breaking a tackle. He also had a 9-yard catch in space for a first down in the 2nd quarter.

37 – Jake Wieneke – Previous Ranking: 33

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 0 catches, 0 yards.

38 – Mitchell Picton – Previous Ranking: 36

Was on the 1-game injured list in week 10.

52 – Brayden Lenius – Previous Ranking: 51.0

On the 6 game injured list.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers 

Week 8: Bye Week, Week 9 50-14 W vs BC, Week 10: @ EDM, Week 11: @ CGY

1 – Kenny Lawler – Previous Ranking: 1

Week 8 Statline: 7 targets, 2 catches, 49 yards, 1 touchdown.

Lawler had a fatnastic catch in the first quarter reaching out of bounds to catch a pass while keeping his feet in bounds for a first down on a 2nd and 6. It was ruled out of bounds and his coach did not challenge it despite Lawler appearing to make a suggestion to do so.

His first recorded catch was late in the first quarter coming back to the ball for a 17-yard catch on 2nd and 9.

He had a wonderful one-handed grab in the end zone for a 32-yard touchdown in the 4th quarter.

3 – Dalton Schoen – Previous Ranking: 2

Week 8 Statline: 5 targets, 3 catches, 45 yards, 1 touchdown.

Schoen scored a 23-yard touchdown on a corner route he caught at the 7-yard line before running in for the score. He got open over the middle for a 19-yard catch in the 4th quarter.

4 – Nic Demski – Previous Ranking: 8

Week 8 Statline: 4 targets, 3 catches, 61 yards, 1 touchdown.

Demski had a 10-yard run in the first quarter running hard and pushing people back. His first catch was late in the first quarter for 11 yards pushing through defenders for the first down. In the third quarter, he had a great catch for an 18 touchdown. He gained separation down the left sideline for a 32-yard catch. He had another strong rush in the 4th quarter up the middle and made a cut to the right as he gained additional yards from a stiff arm.

27 – Rasheed Bailey – Previous Ranking: 38

Week 8 Statline: 6 targets, 5 catches, 85 yards.

Bailey had a good catch on a low throw for a first down in the 2nd quarter for 8 yards. He caught a short pass in the 2nd quarter for 23 yards all of which were YAC. He had a good run breaking a tackle to make it to the line of scrimmage for a 1 yard run in the first quarter. Bailey got open as Dru Brown scrambled for a 27-yard reception on a 2nd and 20. He threw a block near the goal line opening up a path for Oliveira to dive for the pylon in the 4th quarter.

30 – Drew Wolitarsky – Previous Ranking: 28

Week 8 Statline: 1 target, 1 catch, 14 yards.

Wolitarsky left the game in the 2nd quarter after catching a pass for 14 yards.

43 – Greg McCrae – Previous Ranking: 49

Week 8 Statline: 1 target, 1 catch, 10 yards.

50 – Brendan O’Leary-Orange – Previous Ranking: 54

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 2 catches, 29 yards.

With the injury to Wolitarsky O’Leary-Orange had an increase in playing time. He caught a short pass 6 yards to the right on an out route in the second quarter. He also made a great catch for 23 yards by the sideline on a 2nd and 10 late in the first half.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Week 8: 16-12 W @ OTT, Week 9 vs MTL, Week 10: Bye week, Week 11: vs EDM

Hamilton was on the bye in week 10.

12 – Tim White – Previous Ranking: 11

16 – Terry Godwin – Previous Ranking: 14

19 – Duke Williams – Previous Ranking: 15

42 – Kiondre Smith – Previous Ranking: 41

47 – Richie Sindani – Previous Ranking: 45

NR – Kai Locksley – Previous Ranking: Not Ranked

Toronto Argonauts

Week 8: 31-13 W vs SSK, Week 9: 7-20 L @ CGY, Week 10: vs OTT, Week 11: Bye week

7 – DaVaris Daniels – Previous Ranking: 21

Week 8 Statline: 6 targets, 6 catches, 180 yards, 3 touchdowns.

Daniels had a 10-yard touchdown on a slant route in the first quarter. On his second touchdown, he got open on a corner route for a 60-yard touchdown catching the ball near Ottawa’s 25-yard line before running for the endzone. He had a 30-yard completion near the sideline getting open near halftime. On another play, Daniels got open over the middle and caught a pass 15 yards downfield before taking off downfield for a 44-yard play. His third touchdown was a 14-yard play to the right in the third quarter as Kelly rolled to his right.

20 – Cam Phillips – Previous Ranking: 27

Week 8 Statline: 9 targets, 5 catches, 115 yards.

Chad Kelly did overthrow Cam Phillips as he got open early in the game over the middle. Cam Phillips had a fantastic catch near halftime diving for the ball over the middle for a 23-yard pickup. He did have a drop on a ball that was thrown behind him on a 2nd and 4. He got open over the middle catching it 25 yards downfield before generating YAC to make the play a 48-yard gain in the third quarter. Phillips did a great job gaining separation from defensive backs in week 10 and getting open.

22 – Damonte Coxie – Previous Ranking: 22

Was on the 1-game injured list in week 10.

28 – David Ungerer III – Previous Ranking: 44

Week 8 Statline: 4 targets, 4 catches, 62 yards.

Had a catch over the middle he took up field for an 18-yard gain in the first quarter.

On a play Kelly was pressure he rolled to his right and found David Ungerer down the right sideline for a 20-yard gain 3q

31 – Kurleigh Gittens Jr. – Previous Ranking: 30

Week 8 Statline: 4 targets, 3 catches, 20 yards.

Gittens Jr. had a great play catching a pass over the middle with some YAC for a 13-yard gain on a 2nd and 9. He caught a pass 29 yards downfield in space before running to the 4-yard line for a 51-yard gain.

35 – Dejon Brissett – Previous Ranking: 47

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 2 catches, 28 yards.

Dejon Brissett threw a good block on Gittens’ 13 13-yard gain over the middle in the first quarter.  He had a 19-yard gain getting open in the middle in the final minute of the first half putting Toronto in the red zone.

46 – Jeremiah Haydel – Previous Ranking: 43

Week 8 Statline: 1 target, 0 catches, 0 yards.

Ottawa RedBlacks

Week 8: 12-16 L vs HAM, Week 9 @ SSK, Week 10: @ TOR, Week 11: vs MTL

6 – Justin Hardy – Previous Ranking: 10

Week 8 Statline: 9 targets, 7 catches, 62 yards, 1 touchdown.

Hardy caught a pass in the 2nd quarter on a quick out route before turning and lunging for the goal line for a 6-yard touchdown. Hardy was the most targetted receiver for Ottawa in week 10 frequently catching short passes over the middle. He caught the first pass of the game for 15 yards and his longest was a 25-yarder in the third quarter.

13 – Jaelon Acklin – Previous Ranking: 25

Week 8 Statline: 7 targets, 6 catches, 157 yards, 1 touchdown.

Acklin had a catch up the middle before quickly turning and picking up the first down. He got open in space for a 20-yard pass. Acklin got open on a deep route for a 55-yard touchdown. He had a great play on a 2nd and 13 in the 3rd quarter catching a pass 5 yards downfield on a slant route before turning upfield for a 22-yard gain.

33 – Nate Behar – Previous Ranking: 18

Week 8 Statline: 1 target, 0 catches, 0 yards.

36 – Shaq Evans – Previous Ranking: 32

8 Statline: 2 targets, 2 catches, 17 yards.

Evans caught a short pass in the 2nd quarter that he ran for the first down picking up 9 yards on a 2nd and 6. His other play came in Ottawa’s final drive for 8 yards.

48 – Maurice Ffrench – Previous Ranking: 35

Currently on the practice roster since being signed after his release from Edmonton.

53 – Siaosi Mariner – Previous Ranking: 52

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 1 catch, 15 yards.

Mariner’s first target was thrown behind him on a slant route as Crum was throwing under pressure. He found a lot of space on a 2nd and 14 that he caught about 7 yards downfield on the right side before turning upfield for the first down.

Montreal Alouettes

Week 8: 25-18 W vs CGY, Week 9: @ HAM, Week 10: vs SSK, Week 11: @ OTT

5 – Austin Mack – Previous Ranking: 5

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 1 catch, 56 yards, 1 touchdown.

Mack’s touchdown was caught over the middle and included about 35 YAC on the way to the endzone. He threw a good block on Fletcher’s long screen play in the first quarter. Mack did get open downfield on another play down the right sideline but the ball was overthrown.

23 – Tyson Philpot –  24

Week 8 Statline: 3 targets, 3 catches, 16 yards.

25 – Tyler Snead – Previous Ranking: 26

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 1 catch, 15 yards.

Snead’s only catch came in the first drive. He did throw a block downfield on Fletcher’s long screen touchdown.

34 – Quartney Davis – Previous Ranking: 31

Was not targeted in week 10.

51 – Hergy Mayala – Previous Ranking: 50.0

Was not targeted in week 10.

Regis Cibasu

Week 8 Statline: 2 targets, 1 catch, -4 yards.

IR6 – Kaion Julien-Grant – Previous Ranking: 8

On the 6-game injured list due to a hand injury.

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Jonathan Clink joined CFL News Hub in early April of 2023. His primary responsibilities are covering the BC Lions and Montreal Alouettes. He self awarded himself the CFL Rookie Journalist of the Year in 2023 following the 2023 CFL season. He also proclaims himself to be a "really cool guy". He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba and lived a large portion of his childhood in Northwest Ontario. He currently lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan and misses being being able to have 4 months of skating every winter. Clink has written over 240 articles for CFL News Hub. He was the publication's boots on the ground at the 2023 Grey Cup in Hamilton. Clink has always had an obsession for sport and has a background in other sports as well having played hockey all his life and soccer, basketball, and lacrosse in high school. As a young child he used to log his hockey statistics after every game which is either an indication that he was destined for the role or perhaps and indication that he is rather strange.

Jonathan Clink joined CFL News Hub in early April of 2023. His primary responsibilities are covering the BC Lions and Montreal Alouettes. He self awarded himself the CFL Rookie Journalist of the Year in 2023 following the 2023 CFL season. He also proclaims himself to be a "really cool guy". He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba and lived a large portion of his childhood in Northwest Ontario. He currently lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan and misses being being able to have 4 months of skating every winter. Clink has written over 240 articles for CFL News Hub. He was the publication's boots on the ground at the 2023 Grey Cup in Hamilton. Clink has always had an obsession for sport and has a background in other sports as well having played hockey all his life and soccer, basketball, and lacrosse in high school. As a young child he used to log his hockey statistics after every game which is either an indication that he was destined for the role or perhaps and indication that he is rather strange.

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