Week one is done and the scoring is up.
The CFL season began in Hamilton, where the Montreal Alouettes defeated the Tiger-Cats 33-10.
Montreal QB, Anthony Calvillo, went 25-37 for 293 yards and 2 TDs.
Hamilton QB, Casey Printers countered with a 15-21-completion rate for 203 yards.
Chris Allen has more on the game here.
Henry Burris', Calgary Stampeders, had a strong start to the season taking down the BC Lions 28-18.
Burris went 22-for-32 for 274 yards, 2 TDs, and 1 INT.
BC's quarterback tandem did not do as well, as Buck Pierce and Jarius Jackson split time due to an apparent injury to Pierce.
Pierce went 9-for-14 for 160 yards and 1 TD while Jackson went 8-for-18 for 95 yards and 1 TD.
In a tight game, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers fell to the Toronto Argonauts 23-16.
A late game drive by the Bombers resulted in another Argonaut defensive shutdown.
Michael Bishop and Kerry Joseph split time, with Bishop scoring a TD and going 6-for-14 for 111 yards.
Kevin Glenn had a strong game going 32-for-48 for 321 yards yet also had three INTs.
In the Saturday match-up, Saskatchewan defeated Edmonton 34-13 at Mosaic Field.
Marcus Crandell threw a 73-yard touchdown pass to Adarius Bowman to seal the deal for the Roughriders who start off their defense of their Grey Cup title with a victory.
Ricky Ray went 25-for-37 for 249 yards while Crandell went 19-for-29 for 278 yards.
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This has been the CFL Rewind.