2004 Toronto Argonauts season

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2004 Toronto Argonauts season
Toronto Argonauts logo
Head coach Michael "Pinball" Clemons[1]
General manager Adam Rita
Home field SkyDome[2]
Results
Record 10–7–1
Division place 2nd, East
Playoff finish Won 92nd Grey Cup
Uniform
CFL TOR Jersey 2002.png
Timeline
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The 2004 Toronto Argonauts season was the 115th season for the team since the franchise's inception in 1873. The team finished in second place in the East Division with a 10–7–1 record and qualified for the playoffs for the third consecutive year. The Argonauts defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the East Semi-Final and then won the Eastern Final against the Montreal Alouettes. Toronto faced the BC Lions in the 92nd Grey Cup and won their 15th Grey Cup championship by a score of 27-19.

Offseason[edit]

CFL Draft[edit]

Rd Pick Player Position School
1 4 Mark Moroz OL Wake Forest
1 6 Jean-Fredric Tremblay WR Laval
4 30 Frank Hoffman DL York
5 39 Mike Mahoney LB McGill
6 48 Brandan Mahoney WR Simon Fraser

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Preseason[edit]

Week Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance Record
A May 30 @ Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium W 33 – 10 22,342 1–0
B June 5 Tiger-Cats SkyDome W 31 – 23 11,214 2–0
C Bye

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Regular season[edit]

Season Standings[edit]

East Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-Montreal Alouettes 18 14 4 0 584 371 28 Details
X-Toronto Argonauts 18 10 7 1 422 414 21 Details
X-Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18 9 8 1 455 542 19 Details
Ottawa Renegades 18 5 13 0 401 560 10 Details

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Regular season[edit]

Week Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance Record
1 June 15 Roughriders SkyDome W 21 – 10 26,821 1–0–0
2 June 24 @ Renegades Frank Clair Stadium L 20 – 10 20,241 1–1–0
3 July 3 Alouettes SkyDome L 19 – 9 23,923 1–2–0
4 July 10 @ Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium W 34 – 6 27,664 2–2–0
5 July 16 @ Roughriders Taylor Field W 17 – 12 22,340 3–2–0
6 July 21 Renegades SkyDome W 28 – 25 24,209 4–2–0
7 Bye
8 August 8 Eskimos SkyDome W 39 – 14 23,897 5–2–0
9 August 12 @ Alouettes Molson Stadium L 22 – 10 20,202 5–3–0
10 August 17 Blue Bombers SkyDome W 14 – 6 24,246 6–3–0
11 August 27 @ Lions BC Place Stadium L 31 – 10 29,484 6–4–0
12 September 6 @ Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium T 30 – 30 (2OT) 29,170 6–4–1
13 Bye
14 September 18 @ Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium L 44 – 34 24,855 6–5–1
15 September 25 @ Eskimos Commonwealth Stadium W 26 – 17 41,113 7–5–1
16 September 29 Stampeders SkyDome W 49 – 24 22,429 8–5–1
17 October 11 Lions SkyDome W 22 – 16 25,212 9–5–1
18 October 16 @ Stampeders McMahon Stadium L 29 – 11 30,082 9–6–1
19 October 21 Tiger-Cats SkyDome W 38 – 31 30,369 10–6–1
20 October 28 Alouettes SkyDome L 58 – 20 31,212 10–7–1

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Postseason[edit]

Round Date Opponent Location Final Score Attendance
East Semi-Final November 5 Tiger-Cats SkyDome W 24–6 37,835
East Final November 14 @ Alouettes Olympic Stadium W 26–18 51,296
Grey Cup November 21 Lions Frank Clair Stadium W 27–19 51,242

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Grey Cup[edit]

Main article: 92nd Grey Cup

November 21 @ Frank Clair Stadium (Attendance: 51,242)

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Toronto Argonauts 0 17 7 3 27
BC Lions 7 3 3 6 19

Toronto Argonauts (27) – TDs, Damon Allen (2), Robert Baker; FGs Noel Prefontaine (2); cons., Prefontaine (3).

BC Lions (19) – TDs, Jason Clermont, Dave Dickenson; FGs Duncan O'Mahony (2); cons. O'Mahony (1).

First Quarter
BC—TD Clermont 12-yard pass from Dickenson (O'Mahony convert) 4:07

Second Quarter
TOR—FG Prefontaine 27-yard field goal 7:40
TOR—TD Allen 1-yard run (Prefontaine convert) 12:22
BC—FG O'Mahony 42-yard field goal 13:13
TOR—TD Baker 23-yard pass from Allen (Prefontaine convert) 14:37

Third Quarter
TOR—TD Allen 1-yard run (Prefontaine convert) 4:45
BC—FG O'Mahony 36-yard field goal 9:16

Fourth Quarter
BC—TD Dickenson 7-yard run (convert failed) 6:06
TOR—FG Prefontaine 16-yard field goal 12:19

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Awards and records[edit]

2004 CFL All-Stars[edit]

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Eastern Division All-Star Selections[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "All-Time Coaching". Archived from the original on 22 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-07. 
  2. ^ "Toronto Argonauts Stadium History". Archived from the original on 22 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-07. 
  3. ^ "All-Time Draft List". Archived from the original on 22 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-07. 
  4. ^ a b c "2004 Toronto Argonauts". Retrieved 2010-11-07. 
  5. ^ "2004 Regular Season Standings". Retrieved 2011-05-07. 
  6. ^ "2004 – Toronto Argonauts 27, B.C. Lions 19". Archived from the original on 25 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-07. 
  7. ^ a b 2010 Toronto Argonauts Media Guide. 2010. p. 168. Archived from the original on 30 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-07.