Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive back Emanuel Davis, BC Lions running back Andrew Harris and Ottawa Redblacks defensive lineman Keith Shologan were named the CFL top performers of the week on Tuesday.
Davis had four tackles, two interceptions that he returned for touchdowns and a pass knockdown in the Ticats' 38-8 victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Sunday. Hamilton has now won three straight.
He is the first player to return two interceptions for TDs in the same game since Byron Parker did in September 2004. He is also the first Ticats player to ever do so in one game.
Harris collected 175 total yards and scored a pair of touchdowns in the Lions' fourth quarter 26-23 comeback victory over the Edmonton Eskimos in Vancouver on Thursday.
He rushed the ball 20 times for a season-high 118 yards and one touchdown. This marked back-to-back games that Harris rushed for over 100 yards. He scored his rushing touchdown on the opening drive in the second half from a yard out to cut the scoring deficit to 23-16.
Harris added four receptions for 57 yards including the pivotal touchdown to cap the comeback with 1:11 left on the clock.
Shologan had five tackles including a career-high three sacks in the Redblacks' late 26-23 win over the Montreal Alouettes on Friday.
The trio of sacks accumulated a total loss of 27 yards. It was his third career multi-sack game.
The Canadian Press