Argos looking to earn consecutive wins for first time this season
Toronto Argonauts running back Anthony Coombs (1) celebrates his touchdown during second half CFL action against the Ottawa Redblacks, in Toronto, Monday, July 24, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn
The Canadian Press
Published Friday, September 22, 2017 2:13PM EDT
TORONTO -- Linebacker Bears Woods likes the position the Toronto Argonauts are in.
Toronto (5-7) hosts the Montreal Alouettes (3-9) looking to register consecutive wins for the first time this season.
A victory would also clinch Toronto the season series with Montreal, which comes in having lost five straight.
While Woods isn't happy with the Argos' record this season, he's encouraged that the club continues to control its own destiny within the East Division.
Toronto is coming off a 34-26 home win over Edmonton, its first against a West Division opponent this season.
Montreal lost a 29-11 decision Sunday to Ottawa in its first game under interim head coach/GM Kavis Reed, who fired head coach Jacques Chapdelaine and defensive co-ordinator Noel Thorpe after the Als 41-18 road loss to B.C. on Sept. 8.