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1997 Toronto Argonauts season

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Head coach  Don Matthews
Home field  SkyDome
Division place  1st, East
General manager  Eric Tillman
Record  15–3–0
Playoff finish  Won 85th Grey Cup
1997 Toronto Argonauts season

The 1997 Toronto Argonauts season was the 108th season for the team since the franchise's inception in 1873. The team finished in first place in the East Division with a 15–3–0 record and qualified for the playoffs for the second consecutive year. The defending champion Argonauts defeated the Montreal Alouettes in the Eastern Final and qualified for the 85th Grey Cup to defend their title. Toronto defeated the Saskatchewan Roughriders by a score of 47-23, winning their 14th Grey Cup championship, and repeated as Grey Cup champions.


Awards and records

  • Doug Flutie, Most Outstanding Player Award
  • Mike Kiselak, Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award
  • Derrell Mitchell, Outstanding Rookie Award
  • 1997 CFL All-Stars

  • QB – Doug Flutie
  • FB – Robert Drummond
  • SB – Derrell Mitchell
  • C – Mike Kiselak
  • DT – Rob Waldrop
  • DB – Johnnie Harris
  • DS – Lester Smith
  • P/K – Mike Vanderjagt
  • ST – Mike "Pinball" Clemons
  • References

    1997 Toronto Argonauts season Wikipedia

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