The Winnipeg Blue Bombers pulled off the biggest upset of this season. The Bombers, who were coming off a poor showing in Montreal, came from behind to steal two points and hand Calgary their first loss of the year. Bomber RB Michael Richardson got on the board first capping Winnipeg’s first possession with a 5 yard touchdown run. Troy Westwood kicked the convert. Calgary answered back with a touchdown of their own. Kelvin Anderson carried the ball from the 1-yard line but fumbled just before the goal line. WR Vince Danielsen jumped on the loose ball in the end zone for the touchdown. Kicker Mark McLoughlin booted the convert for the Stamps. At the end of the first quarter, Anderson made up for his slippery hands minutes before by snagging a 6 yard pass from Jeff Garcia in the end zone for Calgary’s second TD of the game. Early in the second quarter, Westwood set up for a 52 yard field goal attempt and missed. He did manage to score a single on the play. At 13:15 of the quarter Westwood got the call again. Westwood made good on this attempt from 24 yards. Calgary called on Anderson to capitalize following big play by outstanding slotback Dave Sapunjis. Anderson carried the ball in from the 1-yard line for the major. Sure-footed McLoughlin kicked the convert. With no time remaining in the first half, Westwood attempted his third field goal of the game. Westwood hit a 57 yard blast to leave the Bombers trailing by 7 at the half. Bob Cameron opened scoring in the second half sending a 55 yard punt into the end zone to record a single. Winnipeg notched their second TD minutes later when CB Damion Lyons intercepted a pass by Garcia and returned it 56 yards for the major. Westwood scored the convert. Calgary regained their lead by sending Anderson in from the 8-yard line for his third TD of the game. McLoughlin kicked the convert. As time ran out in the third, Calgary scored again. Garcia connected with Travis Moore for a 28 yard scoring play. McLoughlin sent his fifth convert of the game through for the Stamps. Calgary seemed to have the game well in hand until the 13:00 mark of the fourth quarter until Slack hit Milt Stegall with a 53 yard bomb bringing the Winnipeg back into the game. Westwood kicked the convert. Calgary conceded a safety less than a minute later bringing the Bomber deficit to 4. Twenty seconds later Slack connected with Eric Guliford in the end zone, covering 30 yards, putting Winnipeg in the lead. Westwood’s convert gave Winnipeg a 3 point lead with 0:16 to play in the game. Calgary got McLoughlin setup for a 53 yard field goal attempt to tie the game with no time remaining. McLoughlin’s kick came up just short but did manage to score the single. The Bomber’s moved in to a tie with Edmonton for second place in the West with the win.