Thirty-seven-year-old Ricky Ray is still fun to watch.
Fourteen years after winning his first Grey Cup as a starter, the three-time champion still has amazing precision while putting the ball in the air.
Last night – in a 24-24 tie against Ottawa and two minutes go – Ray completed six passes in an eight-play drive to put Toronto in field goal range with five seconds left on the clock.
The Argos won the football game by three points.
Ray, who is fourth on the CFL all-time passing list, proved early this season he can still play at a high level, throwing for a career high 506 yards in the first game of the season.
The California born pivot is also a likeable athlete, who lets his play speak for its self. He carries himself with such humility and professionalism.
Ray is just one of those quarterbacks you always want to see, and one of those people you always want to admire.