Darian Durant was pulled a week ago and he hasn’t fared much better in Week 14.
The 35-year-old went 0-for-6 and then got benched for the second time in two weeks in last Sunday’s loss to Ottawa. Those struggles carried over in the first half against Toronto.
Durant had trouble catching the snap and handing off the football. And on the very next play skipped another ball along the turf.
Just when it appeared Durant was getting on track, he completed a 28-yard pass to Tiquan Underwood, disaster struck. The veteran pivot missed the mark again.
That attempt sailed way over the head of B.J. Cunningham and Alden Darby took it the other way for a touchdown.
Kavis Reed can’t even bear to watch anymore.
Durant finished the opening 30 minutes with 109 passing yards and two interceptions. Most importantly no points on the scoreboard. Toronto led 26-0 at the half.
To cap it off, Durant threw a pick in the red zone as he threw for 231 yards and three interceptions – he leads the league with 14 – in a 33-19 Alouettes loss.