The Edmonton Eskimos suffered a big loss in Week 13 – not just on the scoreboard but in the locker room as well. Star quarterback Trevor Harris, who leads the Canadian Football League with 3,706 passing yards, left the game with an injury. The team was hoping that its signal-caller wouldn’t miss too much time, especially since they had a bye week in Week 14, but he was unable to return to action in Week 15. That, in part, led to the Eskimos dropping a game in the last second to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 30-27. The loss pushed the Eskimos’ record to 6-7 on the season. With only five games remaining in the 2019 season, the Eskimos’ 12 points puts them four points behind Saskatchewan for third place in the West Division, but still a healthy six points ahead of Ottawa for the potential crossover playoff spot.