- Montreal Alouettes end 13-year Grey Cup drought with a 28-24 victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
- Cody Fajardo's touchdown pass to Tyson Philpot sealed the victory
- Montreal's defense held Winnipeg to only seven points in the second half
Alouettes’ belief leads to shocking Grey Cup win over Blue Bombers, ending 13-year drought. Montreal’s 28-24 victory showcased unwavering confidence, overcoming obstacles on its way to the championship. Coach Jason Maas and GM Danny Maciocia’s leadership, plus the acquisitions of Cody Fajardo and head coach Maas, were pivotal. Despite Winnipeg’s efforts, Alouettes’ resilient defense and impressive offensive plays clinched the win. With a young team, Montreal aims to extend their success. The victory comes after a long Grey Cup absence and signifies the team’s determination and talent.