Tuesday, July 29, 2014

CFL Players of the Week: Week Five

Dan LeFevour had a break out week for the Tiger Cats, providing an offensive display in week five that secured him some space on the Players of the Week listings, a sign perhaps that the Cats are beginning to turn around the rough start to the 2014 season.

Saskatchewan also has hopes of making a reversal in some of their struggles of the year so far and in week five, they placed two players on the weekly honour roll, with John Chick and Samuel Hurl both claiming some notice for their work.

The kicking game provide the Bombers with the final placement on the list for week five, as Lirim Hajrullahu made kick after kick after kick in a winning cause for the Big Blue, his five for five performance on three pointers providing the spurt of offence in the Bombers win in BC.

For good measure, Hajrullahu placed a number of punts in strategic positions to pen the Lions up, an overall night of kicking that was made note of and rewarded by the selection panel.

The four top selections for Week Five can be found below:

Offensive Player of the Week
Dan Lefevour, QB, Hamilton Tiger Cats

Defensive Player of the Week
John Chick, DE, Saskatchewan Roughriders

Special Teams Player of the Week
Lirim Hajrullahu, PK-P, Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Canadian Player of the Week
Samuel Hurl, LB, Saskatchewan Roughriders

CFL.ca review of the Players of the Week

Top Ten Plays of Week Number 5

Ultimate Replay for Week Number 5

Power Rankings For Week Number 5

Twelve Men on the Field Archive of the Players of the Week Listings for the 2014 season

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