I tend to agree with Wheezer. How many of Walker's catches and yards were after Hamilton had a huge lead and the Ti-Cats defence would naturally be playing with less intensity and laying off the receivers a bit?
Likewise Collaros had almost all his numbers before the 3rd quarter was over and coasted from there. If he had kept playing with the same intensity and determination to gain positive yards through the last 20 minutes of the game - instead of just coasting to run down the clock he may have added another touchdown or two and another 100 yards or more.
And remember he threw for 3 touchdowns and ran for one himself against a defence who had not given up ONE touchdown at home - in the opponents last 49 pocessions before last night's game.
Collaros was the right choice IMO.