Wednesday, July 23, 2014

CFL Players of the Week: Week Four

Three touchdowns were more than enough to catch the attention of the selection panel for the CFL's players of the week, making Emmanuel Arceneaux's production the highlight reel kind of thing that scored him the Offensive Player of the week honours for week four.

Fellow BC Lion Andrew Harris joins Arceneaux in the line up of Award winners on the week, his stellar work in the Lions victory over the Als snared him the Canadian Player of the Week, hi selection marks the second week in a row that Harris claimed the Top Canadian Award.

Defensively it was the Odell Willis show, as the Eskimos Defensive End had two tackles, and an interception for a touchdown to aid the Eskimos in shutting down the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Specials Teams proved to be the key to the Ottawa RedBlacks first ever victory in the city's return to the CFL, with Brett Maher accounting for all 18 RedBlack points through six field goals, securing him the honours for week four.

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

Offensive Player of the Week
Emmanuel Arceneaux, WR, British Columbia Lions

Defensive Player of the Week
Odell Willis, DE, Edmonton Eskimos

Special Teams Player of the Week
Brett Maher, PK-P, Ottawa RedBlacks

Canadian Player of the Week
Andrew Harris, RB, British Columbia Lions review of the Players of the Week

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Ultimate Replay for Week Number 4

Power Rankings For Week Number 4

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

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