Kevin Glenn has once again struggled at BMO Field and it’s led to him hitting the pine, again.
The 38-year-old completed 6-of-11 passes for 87 yards and one interception that was returned for a touchdown in the first quarter and change.
Bridge came off the bench to relieve the veteran.
The last time Saskatchewan played in Toronto, Glenn was benched after going 3-of-8 for 29 yards in just over 15 minutes of action. The Riders trailed 13-3 and Bridge led a comeback for 292 yards and two touchdowns as the green and white won 27-24.
Bridge came in for two series, both two and outs. One the second series he was jacked up by Shawn Lemon for a sack while looking to scramble out of the pocket.
Glenn came back in and threw an interception on his first attempt. That led to a DeVier Posey touchdown to put the Argos ahead 14-3. Meaning each of Glenn’s two turnovers in the first half led directly to Toronto touchdowns.
On the very next snap, Glenn was picked again, by Cassius Vaughn this time. Toronto got a field goal from that one, making it 17-3 Argonauts.
Bridge returned on the Riders’ final series of the opening half and he went the rest of the way.