The former starter picked up right where he left off for the Argos in 2015, demonstrating the talent that allowed him to amass 4,354 yards and 33 touchdown passes last season. Signed to help shore up the position behind 41-year-old Henry Burris, Harris paid immediate dividends in the Grey Cup rematch. The 30-year-old backup wasted no time in taking charge of the Redblacks' attack after entering the game in the third quarter, firing a 71-yard beauty of a touchdown pass to Chris Williams on his first play, giving Ottawa a 21-20 lead at the time. Harris went right back to Williams on the next possession, connecting with him from 37 yards away to extend the Redblacks' advantage. After Chris Milo eventually sent the game into the extra period with a clutch 55-yard field goal, it was Harris coming through for a third time, finding Brad Sinopli for a 12-yard touchdown and Greg Ellingson for the subsequent two-point conversion. If Burris is forced to miss any more time, the Redblacks offense looks to be in good hands with the five-year veteran barking out the signals.