The Labour Day weekend delivered a few surprises on the scoreboard and maybe a few for the Gibson's Awards as well, as the panel considered all the outcomes of the weekend play.
Seeming looking no further than Friday for three of their four picks. As the BC Lions claimed two of the four spots on their weekend efforts, with Travis Lulay collecting the award for Offensive Player and Akeem Foster receiving the nod as Top Canadian, while the Argos despite a thumping at home salvaged a spot in the awards line as Chad Owens gained a Gibsons for his work on Special Teams.
The panelists it seems were also impressed with the Labour Day Weekend turnaround for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, naming Jerrell Freeman at their Defensive player of the week.
The full review of the week ten awards can be found below.
Official website for the Gibson's Player Awards
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Offensive Player of the Week
British Columbia Lions - Quarterback
Defensive Player of the Week
Saskatchewan Roughriders - Linebacker
Special Teams Player of the Week
Toronto Argonauts -- Wide Receiver/Kick Returner
Canadian Player of the Week
British Columbia Lions - Wide Receiver
Items of Note
Lulay headlines Players of the Week
Top Ten plays of Week Ten
End Zone replay Week Ten
Gibson's Award Archives for 2010