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Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Will Ford, left, celebrates with teammate Michel-Pierre Pontbriand after scoring a touchdown against the Montreal Alouettes during second-half CFL football action in Montreal Monday. The Bombers went on to win 34-27.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Cory Watson, left, is tackled by Montreal Alouettes' Mike Edem during first half CFL football action in Montreal, Monday. Winnipeg won, 34-27.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' quarterback Max Hall, left, hands off to Will Ford during first half CFL football action against the Montreal Alouettes in Montreal Monday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Clarence Denmark, left, is tackled by Montreal Alouettes' Chip Cox (11) and Shea Emry during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Johnny Sears, left, is tackled by Montreal Alouettes' Marc-Olivier Brouillette during first half CFL football action in Montreal Monday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Demond Washington, left, grabs Montreal Alouettes' Tyrell Sutton during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Ian Wild, left, tackles Montreal Alouettes' Jerome Messam during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Alex Suber, left, and Kenny Mainor, right, tackle Montreal Alouettes' Jerome Messam during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Will Ford, left, celebrates with teammate Michel-Pierre Pontbriand after scoring a touchdown against the Montreal Alouettes during second-half CFL football action in Montreal Monday. The Bombers went on to win 34-27. - Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Cory Watson, left, is tackled by Montreal Alouettes' Mike Edem during first half CFL football action in Montreal, Monday. Winnipeg won, 34-27. - Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' quarterback Max Hall, left, hands off to Will Ford during first half CFL football action against the Montreal Alouettes in Montreal Monday. - Graham Hughes / THE CANADIAN PRESS
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Clarence Denmark, left, is tackled by Montreal Alouettes' Chip Cox (11) and Shea Emry during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday. - Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Johnny Sears, left, is tackled by Montreal Alouettes' Marc-Olivier Brouillette during first half CFL football action in Montreal Monday. - Graham Hughes / TheCanadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Demond Washington, left, grabs Montreal Alouettes' Tyrell Sutton during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday. - Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Ian Wild, left, tackles Montreal Alouettes' Jerome Messam during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday. - Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Alex Suber, left, and Kenny Mainor, right, tackle Montreal Alouettes' Jerome Messam during second half CFL football action in Montreal Monday. - CP

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