Anthony Calvillo poses with the CFL Most Outstanding Player Award in Calgary on Thursday. (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)
Montreal Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo was named the CFL's Most Outstanding Player for a second consecutive year on Thursday night in Calgary.
It was Calvillo's third time overall winning the award, having first taken the honour in 2003. The quarterback threw 26 touchdown passes, completed 72 per cent of his passes and was intercepted just six times. He was third in passing yards (4,639).
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My Comment: It is nice to win these small awards .... but the one that counts is on Sunday.