Points on the Flag: Week 15

Points on the Flag: Week 15

11. Cory Watson, SB, BC Lions (Concordia)
Stats: 5 Receptions, 42 Yards, 1 Touchdown
While his yardage totals were nothing spectacular, Watson provided an essential outlet for Jennings all throughout the game and added a score.

10. Jake Thomas, DT, Winnipeg Blue Bombers (Acadia)
Stats: 3 Defensive Tackles, 1 Sack
Thomas has embraced a depth role this season but seemed to be constantly in Manziel’s face throughout the night.

9. Brendon LaBatte, LG, Saskatchewan Roughriders (Regina)
Stats: No Sacks Allowed, 144 Team Rushing Yards
LaBatte kept Collaros clean all night and made a gorgeous reach block to spring Thigpen for a long touchdown.

8. Henoc Muamba, MLB, Montreal Alouettes (St. Francis Xavier)
Stats: 6 Defensive Tackles, 2 Sacks
Muamba continues to battle despite the struggles of the Als and was their best player by far against the Bombers.

7. Jordan Herdman, WLB, BC Lions (Simon Fraser)
Stats: 5 Defensive Tackles, 2 Special Teams’ Tackles, 1 Sack
Herdman continues to do it all for BC, racking up tackles and consistently disturbing the quarterback through blitzes.

6. Cameron Judge, WLB, Saskatchewan Roughriders (UCLA)
Stats: 7 Defensive Tackles
Judge is coming into his own as a linebacker and made plays all over the field in a hard fought Rider victory.

5. Mike Edem, S, Saskatchewan Roughriders (Calgary)
Stats: 8 Defensive Tackles
Edem is playing the best football of his career in a Chris Jones defence that moves him all over the field.

4. Kwaku Boateng, DE, Edmonton Eskimos (Wilfrid Laurier)
Stats: 3 Defensive Tackles, 3 Sacks
Boateng was a pass rushing demon in the first half, recording a sack hat trick for the second time this season.

3. Brad Sinopoli, SB, Ottawa Redblacks (Ottawa)
Stats: 6 Receptions, 113 Yards
Sinopoli put up key yardage in a victory and crossed the thousand-yard threshold once again.

2. Lewis Ward, K, Ottawa Redblacks (Ottawa)
Stats: 7/7 Field Goals Made, 40 Yard Longest
For the second time this season, Ward booted 7 field goals in a game and extended his remarkable field goal streak to 37 consecutive.

1. Mike Jones, WR, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (Southern)
Stats: 3 Receptions, 138 Yards, 2 Touchdowns
Who needs Banks, Saunders or Williams to stretch the field when you have Mike Jones. He torched BC twice for long touchdowns and made the Lions constantly account for him.

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