Giggy showed top speed, separation and catching ability in this game, the same attributes critics had lambasted as weaknesses previously.
Hopefully this trend continues, finally revealing why the Cats drafted him in the first place.
BTW, what is the status of Gant? Is the ankle injury serious enough to take him out of the lineup for next game?
Aside from one dropped pass, he was well on his way to a tremendous game.
Once he knew he had the first down, he should have turned inside. But it's not like he stepped out of bounds to avoid a hit. At least he was fighting for yardage, something we'd all like to see more from him. Just not when they're trying to kill the clock.
Very good point, CaptainKirk. After Giguère got the first down, he simply tried to gain as many additional yards as possible. There was no need to run a few more seconds off the clock on that play, because there was so little time left in the game.