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Duron Carter scores another long TD for Montreal


Duron Carter’s first CFL season continues to go quite well.

Carter, the former Ohio State wideout and the son of Cris Carter, has shown field-stretching ability as a member of the Montreal Alouettes, and he did it again Friday night, hauling in a 71-yard touchdown pass from Troy Smith in Toronto.

Smith, who recently became the Alouettes’ starter, hit Carter in stride, dropping the pass between the cornerback and the safety. When the safety clipped the corner, taking him out of the play, Carter was gone for his fifth touchdown of the season.

In Montreal’s previous game, Smith and Carter connected on a 63-yard touchdown, with Carter catching about a 20-yard pass and taking it the distance.

Carter entered Friday night with 46 catches and 816 yards. The 22-year-old receiver originally made Montreal’s practice roster in June, then made his way onto the active roster.

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16 Responses to “Duron Carter scores another long TD for Montreal”
  1. toonloonboon says: Nov 1, 2013 9:30 PM

    nobody cares

  2. deepseabreeze says: Nov 1, 2013 9:36 PM

    who is paying you to keep talking about this guy all the time?

  3. thestrategyexpert says: Nov 1, 2013 9:38 PM

    I’d rather have Troy Smith than some of the QBs that are on NFL rosters. There’s a handful of guys who shouldn’t have roster spots right now.

  4. ttommytom says: Nov 1, 2013 9:42 PM

    No Ohio State to Ohio State comments?

  5. florioleadswitnesses says: Nov 1, 2013 9:49 PM

    CFL website much better than NFL. I stopped going to NFL website because of all the commercials (before EVERY dang video) and poor quality of videos and the fact that half the time you can’t even see the video you clicked on. It just loops you to a NFL rewind commercial. NFL owners are the greediest ever. They squeeze every dime they can out of everything.

  6. bryguy39 says: Nov 1, 2013 9:53 PM

    Wish Vikes would of atleast put him on practice squad!

  7. h3min1230 says: Nov 1, 2013 10:07 PM

    Joetorontos favorite player.

    Canadians smh.


  8. boltfansmith says: Nov 1, 2013 10:27 PM


  9. metalhead65 says: Nov 1, 2013 11:05 PM

    why all the coverage for a guy who could not cut it at OSU? just because his dad was good does not mean he merits attention. what school did he even attend after flunking out of a real school?

  10. asimonetti88 says: Nov 1, 2013 11:21 PM

    Whys this kid getting so much attention? Just curious.. Not like he was a great college player or anything he just has a famous dad..

  11. kkoveraa says: Nov 1, 2013 11:42 PM

    Good for Duron. He was a beast at Ohio State as a freshman-when he played-but he screwed up big time in the classroom, and after being declared academically ineligible, he went to Coffeyville CC, and transferred to FAU, and didn’t even see the field. 12 disappointing career receptions.

    I like seeing him get a second chance. TONS of talent, can he keep his nose in the playbook and work his way into the NFL? I’ll be paying more attention. Seems like he’d been handed everything his whole life until he got to OSU, and finally reality set in for him.

    I am surprised to learn he only made the Practice roster in Toronto, but certainly not surprised to know he didn’t stay there long…

  12. pigbenis69 says: Nov 1, 2013 11:54 PM

    Can’t be worse than Riley Cooper, Damaris Johnson, or Jeff Maehl.

    Eagles might as well give him a shot.

  13. favrelous says: Nov 2, 2013 12:25 AM

    oddly and sadly this is some of the best viking news of the year.


    Just say not to Ponder.

  14. bcknights says: Nov 2, 2013 1:27 AM

    Minnesota should have kept him sure couldn’t hurt but then who was going to throw the ball to him

  15. ohioteamsusuallysuck says: Nov 2, 2013 1:54 AM

    Ohio state would be cfl champs

  16. george1859 says: Nov 2, 2013 9:25 AM

    He isn’t until he is, and there isn’t any “is’s” in Canada.

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