Slaton had 80 yards rushing on 16 carries and added five catches for 77 yards in the contest, which kept Toronto's hopes alive for a first-place finish in the East Division standings. Slaton is in his first CFL season and has rushed for 428 yards while recording 34 receptions for 301 yards for a combined five TDs.
Defensive end Khreem Smith of the B.C. Lions is the top defensive player after registering four sacks and eight tackles in a 28-23 road win over Winnipeg. Smith, in ins fourth CFL season, has recorded career highs already in tackles (46) and sacks (11) with two regular-season games remaining.
Calgary Stampeders linebacker Glenn Love claimed special-teams honours. Love had a career-high four special-teams tackles in a 40-27 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Toronto linebacker James Yurichuk was named the top Canadian. The native of Brampton, Ont., had three tackles, his first career sack, special-teams tackle and interception against Hamilton, the sack coming on the final play of the game to seal the Argos' win.