Toronto Argonauts running back Chad Kackert and kick returner Trent Guy were among this week's Gibson's Finest Players of the Week on Tuesday.
B.C. Lions linebacker Adam Bighill and Calgary Stampeders slotback Jabari Arthur also earned weekly honours.
Kackert was named the Offensive Player of the Week after he carried the ball 13 times for a season-high 155 yards, including a 49 and a 5-yard touchdown run to help the Argonauts come back and defeat the Eskimos, 34-22.
Kackert, a University of New Hampshire product, also had a reception for 12 yards to help the Argos become the first CFL club to ever win four games in a row and have them all been away from home.
Kackert leads the Argonauts with 358 rushing yards and has 16 receptions for 129 yards on the season.
Guy was named the Special Teams Player of the Week. He returned four kicks for 131 yards (32.8 average) including a 65-yard return late in the first quarter to set up Toronto in Edmonton territory.
Guy, a University of Louisville standout, holds school records for most kick-return yards in a season (914) and is tied with the longest kick-return (100 yards).
With the Argos this season, Guy has six returns for 173 yards (28.8 average) and has a reception for ten yards this season.
Bighill was named the Defensive Player of the Week, after recording 10 tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles, and a fumble return for a touchdown in the Lions big win over the Blue Bombers, 53-17.
Bighill recovered a Will Ford fumble on the first offensive play in the game, and ran 30 yards untouched for the touchdown to give the Lions an early lead.
The Central Washington University standout is fifth in the league in tackles with 67 and is tied for second on the Lions with five sacks on the season.
Arthur was named the Canadian Player of the Week for his six receptions and a game-high 103 yards. He caught two touchdowns in the Stampeders' 35-11 win over the Tiger-Cats.
Arthur, the all-time receptions and yards gained leader at University of Akron, had 52 and 35 yard touchdown receptions from Kevin Glenn.
On the season, the Montreal, QC native has 34 receptions for 445 yards and has three touchdowns on the season.