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article imageCFL Scores: Argonauts win fourth straight with win over Eskimos

By Larry Seely     Aug 18, 2013 in Sports
Toronto - Toronto won its fourth straight game and improved to 5-2 on the year with a 36-33 victory over Edmonton in CFL action on Sunday.
The Argonauts now have a two game lead over Hamilton in the East Division and looked like a team that will challenge Saskatchewan, Calgary, and possibly B.C. for the 2013 Grey Cup.
Argo's quarterback Ricky Ray had an outstanding football game as the veteran completed 30-35 passes for 413 yards and three touchdowns. Two Toronto receivers had big games on Sunday as John Chiles had 135 yards receiving and Chad Owens added 102 yards with both players scoring a touchdown.
Edmonton made a late rally, but after trailing 33-16 after three quarters, the lead was just too much for the Eskimos to overcome.
Mike Reilly had a huge game for Edmonton as the 28 year-old threw for over 500 yards and three touchdowns, but it wasn't enough in the end and Edmonton dropped its fifth straight game and is now 1-6 on the year in last place in the West Division of the CFL.
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