Score line:

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Score line:

Winnipeg 38 (0-0-2) vs. Edmonton 38 (0-1-1)

GAME BALLS

Offence: In one half of work, veteran Winnipeg running back Andrew Harris collected 41 yards on five carries and caught four passes for 49 more, including a nifty over-the-shoulder grab for 33 yards.

Defence: Rookie Blue Bombers defensive back Brian Walker finished with three tackles and an interception.

Special teams: Rookie Felix Menard-Briere handled all the kicking duties for Winnipeg, including three punts for an average of 47.7 and a net average of 42.0. He also hit one of his three field goal attempts.

THE LEADERS

Rushing

Timothy Flanders: four carries for 62 yards and a 15.5-yard average, including a 46-yard TD romp in the fourth quarter.

Passing

Matt Nichols: 19-for-24, 227 yards, two TDs, 0 interceptions

Receiving

L’Damian Washington: two catches for 69 yards, 34.5-yard average

KEY PLAY

Winnipeg quarterback Dominique Davis found rookie wideout L’Damian Washington behind coverage for a lunging 60-yard completion in the third quarter. The play set up Davis’ seven-yard TD run, which gave the Bombers their first lead of the game and capped a four-play, 102-yard scoring drive.

 

UP NEXT:

At Saskatchewan Roughriders, Saturday, July 1, 8 p.m., TSN3, CJOB 680

 

 

Mike Sawatzky

Mike Sawatzky
Reporter

Mike has been working on the Free Press sports desk since 2003.