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Jan 8, 2013 7:50pm
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The Rouge takes a look at each team and poses their biggest question heading
into the off-season. Roddy White Jersey . Today, the Toronto
Argonauts. Seemingly every year, in every sports league, the same question is
asked about the championship team. Is this the beginning of a dynasty? History
proves that is almost never the case, so with the Toronto Argonauts, lets stop
short of using the “D” word and instead ask: are the Argonauts set up to
maintain their 2012 success? With Ricky Ray leading the offence behind centre,
and Chad Owens heading an impressive receiving corps – not to mention his
special teams prowess – the offence looks in good shape for the foreseeable
future. Even Chad Kackert, after his impressive playoffs run and Grey Cup MVP,
looks poised to join the elite running backs in the CFL. Kackert is a free agent
this off-season but reports indicate the Argos plan to try and re-sign him.
Toronto defence was solid this season as well. The Chris Jones-led unit looks to
have a good shot as maintaining success in the future, too. But the trouble with
a talented coordinator is sooner or later another team is going to want him as
their head coach. And while the Argos peaked at absolutely the right time by
playing their best football in the playoffs and winning the last five games they
played overall, they were still just a .500 team in the regular season. You need
only look at this years BC Lions squad for an example of a defending champion
who played well all year only to get bested by a hotter team when the games
really mattered. In an eight-team league, it seems everyone has a chance.
Heading into the off-season, the Rouge asks: Can the Argos expect to maintain
their success next season – and will there be another parade down Yonge Street a
year from now? As always, its Your! Call. Tyson Clabo Jersey .058 million viewers on
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