In the beginning, it was Football Follies.After that it was pretty much just Argos Football.In the end it was Edmonton 26 Toronto 0 and sent the Argos home from a three-game 15-day road trip to the Bermuda Triangle of the Canadian Football League having lost all three.Giving up a touchdown on the opening kickoff in Winnipeg, seven turnovers in Calgary and failing to get over midfield until 77 seconds remained in the first half in Edmonton, the Argos remained the free space on the CFL bingo card.But for the first couple of minutes there all things looked possible for the double blue.A rare early interception off Trevor Harris made things look hopeful. But video review took that away on defensive pass interference and gave the ball to the Eskimos on the Argos two. Then Shaq Cooper fumbled it away and, well, that was enough of that.In the end, as they usually do, the statistics told the story.The Argos gave up another five turnovers including three interceptions. Argo quarterbacks McLeod Bethel-Thompson and Dakota Prukop were sacked four times while Harris wasn’t touched making the Edmonton for-against sack totals an impressive 23-1.While he’d been intercepted for the first two times of the season the previous week in Montreal, Harris went interception-free in completing 27 of 39 for 298 yards to give him 1,931 yards for the first third of the season.Shaq Cooper recovered from the fumble to run for 128 yards.The time of possession stat ended up 38:15 to 21:24.The Argos headed home with an 0-6 record, a six-game losing streak in Commonwealth Stadium and a 13-game losing streak on the road. Toronto now has an eight-game losing streak against West Division teams with visits by Winnipeg and Edmonton the next two games on their schedule.Since Toronto won the Grey Cup two years ago, the Argos are now 4-20.Corey Chamblin has now lost 15 consecutive games as head coach, including his last nine in 2014 before being fired by the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Two more losses and he’ll equal the CFL record owned by Forrest Gregg at 17 in a row.It took a while but Harris managed to get the Eskimos offence in the end zone twice after only managing to do it twice in the previous three Edmonton games.The bottom line of the evening is the Eskimos escaped the first third of the season with a 4-2 record instead of going 3-3.With three games against Calgary and one against Winnipeg in their next six-game segment, this was one they couldn’t afford to lose.In the end, the scene might have been as much the story as the game and the result.Game Day was not ideal for selling advance tickets. Winds were so high in Edmonton during the day that K-Days had to shut down a significant number of midway rides for safety reasons.But the winds died down, the sun came out, the skies turn blue and the Eskimos were able to announce their first significant crowd for the season at 30,368.The Eskimos created a $22 ticket, offered $5.25 beers and $2.25 hotdogs and a kid-get-in-free-during-the-summer-holidays strategy and the result spoke volumes.In the end, after Bryan Hall had warbled the Eskimos fight song with Ricky Ray beside him holding his four-year-old daughter, a good time was had by all.