Hamilton is ready, and so is Toronto.
Today brings part 1 of 3 of my breakdown of Sunday’s Eastern Final between the Ticats and Argos.
Today’s focus is on both offenses, which revolve around two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks.
Ricky Ray played in only 10 games this season, but the East Division’s Most Outstanding Player has had a remarkable campaign with 21 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions.
He can dissect any CFL defence with surgical precision, and has dangerous weapons in Chad Owens and Andre Durie to make an impact on any play.
Burris is no slouch, leading the league in passing yards for the second year in a row, and has a bevy of options on offence to move the ball and put up points.
Even though Toronto won’t have running back Chad Kackert, Jerious Norwood is no slouch.
And despite his late season struggles against Montreal, rookie of the year candidate C.J. Gable has shown us all season long that he’s an impact player.
The best part about these two offences is that they’re not afraid to throw the football all over the field, which is going to make for an exciting display at the Dome on Sunday.
Who has the edge on offence and defence… and who am I picking to win?
You’ll have to check out part 2 and 3 on Thursday and Friday.