Joey Elliot threw touchdown passes to Terrence Edwards, Chris Matthews and Rory Kohlert as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers downed the Montreal Alouettes 27-22 Monday for their first road win of the CFL season.
Brandon Whitaker scored his third touchdown of the game late in the fourth quarter and Anthony Calvillo threw over 300 yards for a CFL-record eighth straight game as the Alouettes defeated the B.C. Lions 30-25 on Friday night.
The Alouettes battled back and fourth with the Tiger-Cats but ended it with a last-second field goal by Sean Whyte to win 31-29.
The Montreal Alouettes trailed the Calgary Stampeders by 12 points with less than 3 minutes to play but roared back with touchdowns by S.J. Green and Patrick Lavoie to pull out a 33-32 victory.
Winnipeg 30, Montreal 41
Brandon Whitaker scored three touchdowns, two through the air and another on the ground, as the Montreal Alouettes downed the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 41-30 on Friday night in Montreal.
Calgary 32, Montreal 27
The Calgary Stampeders held off the Montreal Alouettes for the win, keeping their West Division title hopes alive.
Anthony Calvillo surpassed Damon Allen’s all-time mark of 72,381 career passing yards in style with a 50-yard pass to receiver Jamel Richardson for a touchdown.
Final Score: Montreal 29, Toronto 19
Winnipeg Blue Bombers edges out the Montreal Alouettes 25-23 to take soul possession of first place in the Eastern Conference.
The Montreal Alouettes bounced back from their loss last week to defeat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 43-13.
The Alouettes won their second in a row, improving to 5-2. Montreal completely shut down Edmonton’s holding them to one four points. Final Score Montreal 24 – Edmonton – 4