Canadian Football League

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Canadian Football League players of the week

Calgary Stampeders running back Joffrey Reynolds highlighted the list of CFL Players of the Week Tuesday after his impressive effort in Week 14 action.
Reynolds, the Offensive Player of the Week, carried the ball 29 times for 185 yards and two touchdowns in his team's 45-23 win over the Ottawa Renegades.
Edmonton linebacker Singor Mobley garnered defensive honours after picking up five tackles and a sack in the Eskimos' 37-20 win over the BC Lions. He now has five sacks on the year.
Mobley's teammates, Tony Tompkins and Joe Montford, earned the Special Teams and Lineman of the Week, respectively.
Montford had a tackle and two sacks, while chasing Lions quarterback Dave Dickenson all day. Tompkins, meanwhile, returned five kicks for 148 yards in the win, including a tie-braking 86-yard major.


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