Canadian Football League

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Canadian Football League players of the week

B.C. Lions quarterback Dave Dickenson highlighted the list of CFL Players of the Week Tuesday after his impressive effort in Week 13 action.
Dickenson, the offensive player of the week, completed 27-of-36 attempts for 314 yards with three touchdowns for the Lions, who edged Montreal 27-26. He currently has the highest passer rating in the league at 124.1 and is leading B.C. to a possible undefeated season. The Lions are 11-0 and leading the Western Conference comfortably.
The defensive player of the week is Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive back Omarr Morgan. He helped the Roughriders to a 37-36 win over Edmonton, making three tackles and returning his lone interception for a touchdown that gave his club the lead.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive end Gavin Walls was named the lineman of the week. Walls also returned an interception for a TD as Winnipeg defeated Ottawa 37-21.
Special teams player of the week is Terrence Wilkins of the Calgary Stampeders. Wilkins returned eight punts for 80 yards and two kickoffs for 62 yards in Calgary's 39-17 win over Hamilton.


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