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2005 Toronto Argonauts season

2005 Toronto Argonauts season
Head coach Michael Clemons[1]
Home field Rogers Centre[2]
Results
Record 11–7
Division place 1st, East
Playoff finish Lost Division Final
Uniform
275px
Timeline
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The 2005 Toronto Argonauts season was the 48th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and 133rd season overall. The Argonauts finished the regular season 11–7 and finished in first place in the CFL's Eastern Division.

Offseason

CFL Draft

Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
9 Toronto Argonauts Nick Kaczur OL Toledo
11 Toronto Argonauts Raymond Fontaine LB Kentucky
14 Toronto Argonauts Phillipe Audet DL Laval
18 Toronto Argonauts Jeff Keeping OT Western Ontario
35 Toronto Argonauts Tye Smith OL Manitoba
44 Toronto Argonauts Bryan Crawford RB Queen's
53 Toronto Argonauts Ian Forde RB Waterloo

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Preseason

Week Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance Record
A June 11 Tiger-Cats Huskies Stadium T 16 – 16 11,148 0–0–1
B June 17 @ Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium W 34 – 31 24,582 1–0–1
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Regular season

Season schedule

Week Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance Record
1 June 25 Lions Rogers Centre L 27 – 20 30,712 0–1
2 July 1 @ Stampeders McMahon Stadium W 22 – 16 34,102 1–1
3 July 9 Roughriders Rogers Centre W 27 – 26 26,218 2–1
4 July 15 @ Lions BC Place Stadium L 30 – 22 29,217 2–2
5 Bye
6 July 28 @ Alouettes Molson Stadium W 36 – 24 20,202 3–2
6 August 1 Blue Bombers Rogers Centre W 34 – 27 27,214 4–2
7 Bye
8 August 12 Alouettes Rogers Centre L 18 – 10 31,621 4–3
9 August 20 @ Eskimos Commonwealth Stadium W 22 – 18 38,927 5–3
10 August 24 Stampeders Rogers Centre W 25 – 16 24,637 6–3
11 September 5 @ Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium L 33 – 30 29,600 6–4
12 September 10 Tiger-Cats Rogers Centre W 48 – 0 32,274 7–4
13 Bye
14 September 23 @ Roughriders Taylor Field L 24 – 13 22,779 7–5
15 September 28 Renegades Rogers Centre W 29 – 18 24,886 8–5
16 October 10 Eskimos Rogers Centre L 17 – 13 34,116 8–6
17 October 16 @ Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium W 35 – 32 22,323 9–6
18 October 22 @ Alouettes Olympic Stadium W 49 – 23 51,269 10–6
19 October 27 Tiger-Cats Rogers Centre W 34 – 11 40,085 11–6
20 November 5 @ Renegades Frank Clair Stadium L 27 – 17 16,504 11–7
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Season standings

Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-Toronto Argonauts 18 11 7 0 486 387 22 Details
X-Montreal Alouettes 18 10 8 0 592 519 20 Details
Ottawa Renegades 18 7 11 0 458 578 14 Details
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18 5 13 0 383 583 10 Details

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Postseason

Round Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance
East Final November 20 Alouettes Rogers Centre L 33–17 44,211
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Awards and records

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CFL All-Stars: Offence

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CFL All-Stars: Defence

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CFL Eastern All-Stars: Offence

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CFL Eastern All-Stars: Defence

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CFL Eastern All-Stars: Special teams

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References


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