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2010 Toronto Argonauts season

2010 Toronto Argonauts season
Head coach Jim Barker
General manager Adam Rita
Home field Rogers Centre
Results
Record 9–9
Division place 3rd, East
Playoff finish Lost East Final
Uniform
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Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 2009      2011 >

The 2010 Toronto Argonauts season was the 53rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 138th overall. The Argonauts improved upon their 3–15 record from 2009 and their 4–14 record from 2008 and qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2007. After upsetting the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the East Semi-Final, they were defeated in the East Final by the hosting Montreal Alouettes.

Offseason

CFL Draft

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
1 2 Joe Eppele OT Washington State
1 3 Cory Greenwood LB Concordia
2 11 Grant Shaw DB/K Saskatchewan
3 18 Spencer Watt WR Simon Fraser
4 26 Joel Reinders OT Waterloo
4 30 Steven Turner WR Bishop's
5 32 Michael Warner OL Waterloo
6 40 Nasser Jamal OL Louisiana-Lafayette
6 44 Conor Elliott LB Western

Preseason

Week Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance Record
A June 13 Tiger-Cats Rogers Centre W 13 – 10 12,514 1–0
B June 19 @ Alouettes Molson Stadium L 31 – 23 23,112 1–1
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Regular season

Season standings

Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-Montreal Alouettes 18 12 6 0 521 475 24 Details
X-Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18 9 9 0 481 450 18 Details
X-Toronto Argonauts 18 9 9 0 373 442 18 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18 4 14 0 464 485 8 Details

Season schedule

     Win      Loss      Tie

Week Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance Record
1 July 1 @ Stampeders McMahon Stadium L 30 – 16 29,333 0–1
2 July 9 @ Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium W 36 – 34 28,009 1–1
3 July 14 Stampeders Rogers Centre W 27 – 24 20,242 2–1
4 July 23 Lions Rogers Centre W 24 – 20 19,709 3–1
5 July 29 @ Alouettes Molson Stadium L 41 – 10 25,012 3–2
6 August 6 @ Eskimos Commonwealth Stadium W 29 – 28 31,888 4–2
7 August 14 Alouettes Rogers Centre W 37 – 22 22,311 5–2
8 August 20 Tiger-Cats Rogers Centre L 16 – 12 24,493 5–3
9 Bye 5–3
10 September 6 @ Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium L 28 – 13 30,319 5–4
11 September 11 @ Lions Empire Field L 37 – 16 22,703 5–5
12 September 19 Blue Bombers Rogers Centre W 17 – 13 19,662 6–5
13 September 26 Eskimos Moncton Stadium L 24 – 6 20,725 6–6
14 October 2 Roughriders Rogers Centre L 27 – 16 23,873 6–7
15 October 9 @ Roughriders Mosaic Stadium W 24 – 19 30,048 7–7
16 October 15 Tiger-Cats Rogers Centre L 30 – 3 25,181 7–8
17 October 23 @ Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium W 27 – 8 23,446 8–8
18 October 29 Alouettes Rogers Centre L 37 – 30 22,427 8–9
19 November 7 @ Alouettes Molson Stadium W 30 – 4 25,012 9–9
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Roster

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Slotbacks

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Inactive List
  •  8 (1 Game)
  • 41 (9 Game)
  • 30 (9 Game)
  • 11 (1 Game)
  • 90 (9 Game)
  • 14 (1 Game)
  • 91 (1 Game)
  • 33 (1 Game)
  • 23 (1 Game)
  •  4 (1 Game)

Suspended

Practice Roster



Italics indicates Import player
Roster updated 2010-11-21
Depth Chart
Transactions (argonauts.ca)
Transactions (cfl.ca)
46 Active, 6 Inactive, 8 PR

More rosters

Awards and records

2010 CFL All-Stars

CFL Eastern All-Stars

Milestones

Playoffs

Schedule

Round Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance
East Semi-Final November 14 @ Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium W 16 – 13 27,828
East Final November 21 @ Alouettes Olympic Stadium L 48 – 17 58,021

Bracket

East Semi-Final

Toronto at Hamilton
1 234Total
• Argonauts 3 0103 16
Tiger-Cats 0 607 13


East Final

Toronto at Montreal
1 234Total
Argonauts 0 638 17
• Alouettes 17 10714 48


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