While the CFL's penchant for revolving offensive depth charts can occasionally lead to some unexpected performances, Michel's effort Saturday truly came out of nowhere. The University of Massachusetts product likely wouldn't have come anywhere close to the numbers he generated were it not for a first-quarter ankle injury to Kamar Jorden, which opened the door for Michel's expanded role. The 24-year-old flashed excellent speed while making spectacular plays all over the field, including a 40-yard grab over the middle in the opening period shortly after Jorden's injury, a 60-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter and an acrobatic 35-yard score just before halftime. If Jorden's injury were to linger, Michel would make for a high-upside short-term play in any format. He'll look to make an impact once again versus the Argos in Week 7, although whether it will be in a starting role remains to be seen.