The Argonauts are the oldest professional sports team in North America still using its original name. They were first established in1873 and have a storied history, which includes the most Grey Cup victories (16), the most Grey Cup games (22) and best Grey Cup championship game winning percentage (72.7%). Since the 2000s, the “Argos” have been an erratic franchise in terms of play but have still managed to win a pair of Grey Cups.
They can be quite unpredictable on the betting lines and some shrewd gamblers may look to take advantage through their chaos.
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Toronto Argonauts Record
1987 is the last time the Argonauts have lost in the Grey Cup. The franchise doesn’t regularly make the finals but have won their last five appearances including the 100th Grey Cup in their own city in 2012. The team will be moving from the Rogers Centre to the BMO Field beginning in 2016. This was also the original site of the Exhibition Stadium, the Argos’ second arena from 1959 to 1988.
The Argonauts’ archrivals are the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and they generally are evenly-matched. During the annual Labour Day Classic, the Argonauts are down 15-31 to the Tiger-Cats. In the playoffs however, the Argos hold a slight 10-7 edge over the Tiger-Cats but have dropped their last two meetings. They have constantly played second fiddle to the Alouettes dynasty and have either bowed out to them in the playoffs or defeated them and gone on to win the Grey Cup.
The core of the Argonauts’ offense depends on quarterback, Ricky Ray’s health. The three-time Grey Cup champion has been often injured as an Argonaut but set numerous CFL records in 2013. The Argos lost plenty of key players but they also have plenty more to step up in their absences. A full season from Ray and the improvement of their prospects at both offense and defense could mean another Grey Cup trip for the Double Blue.
So long as Scott Milanovich remains coach and Ricky Ray, quarterback, the Argos will have some shot to win it all but they need to remain healthy and find consistency. The Argos won the Grey Cup as a 9-9 team but have also bowed out of the playoffs as the top seed. The playoffs should at least be an expectation but if all the player losses prove too costly, they may again finish out of it.