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Starting slow or fast, what concerns Argonauts coach Chamblin is getting the W

The Argos have never won the turnover battle in any of their eight games.

They emerged unscathed in the wake of Friday night’s loss to visiting Edmonton on a night when no team committed a single turnover.

When a team can’t win the turnover ratio, it becomes more incumbent to jump out to good starts.

And on that front the Argos haven’t delivered.

Eight games into the season and the Argos have been outscored 78-15 in the opening quarter.

They did overcome a 20-0 deficit against Winnipeg as the Argos won their first and only game, but that’s not exactly how teams draw up a game plan.

“At the end of the day, slow starts don’t always end up in wins or losses,” said head coach Corey Chamblin. “It’s about winning football games.”

Finishing strong is just as important, perhaps even more important, than how a team starts.

In the case of the Argos, they need to start fast and finish fast, something they haven’t done dating back to last season.

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