Started 13 regular season games in his third season with the Tiger-Cats…finished the season ranked second among Tiger-Cats in receiving with 62 catches for 639 yards and three touchdowns. Playoffs: Started in both of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including the 102nd Grey Cup vs. Calgary…caught six passes for 81 yards in the Grey Cup to be named the games Most Outstanding Canadian…is tied for fourth in Grey Cup history in receptions (26) and ranks sixth in receiving yards (372).
Started 12 regular season games in his second season with the Tiger-Cats…missed five games due to injury and was listed on the 4-man reserve in week 19…finished season ranked second among Ticats receivers and third among non-import receivers in the CFL with 65 receptions for 896 yards and three touchdowns, an average of five catches for 74.6 yards per game…threw first career touchdown pass on a fake field goal to Marc Beswick vs. Montreal in the NAPA Touchdown Atlantic in Moncton on September 21. Playoffs: Started all three of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including their Grey Cup loss to Saskatchewan…registered 24 receptions for 235 yards and two touchdowns…named the CFL’s Canadian Player of the Week after hauling 11 catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns vs. Toronto in the Eastern Final.
Started 17 games with Tiger-Cats after signing as a free agent on February 17…led all non-import receivers in the CFL and ranked second on team with 72 catches for 971 yards and eight touchdowns…missed week 7 due to injury…made Ticats debut on June 29 vs. SSK…caught first touchdown as a Ticat on July 14 vs. TOR.
Played four games with the Roughriders…caught 13 passes for 175 yards…spent three weeks on the injured list and two games on the four-man reserve…attended training camp with the NFL’s Chicago Bears and was subsequently waived on September 2.
Played in all 18 games in his fifth season win Saskatchewan…set career highs with 87 receptions and 1,380 yards…added six touchdowns…named the CFL’s Most Outstanding Canadian Player…named the CFL Canadian Player of the Week four times and the Offensive Player of the Week once…named the CFL Canadian Player of the Month for July, September and October…earned a spot on the CFL and West Division All-Star teams for the first time in his career.
Started 13 regular season games, the West Final and the Grey Cup at slotback but missed five regular season games due to injury. He had seven catches for 71 yards and was named the CFL’s Canadian Player of the Week in week 12. He had six catches for 90 yards in week 13, ten catches for 149 yards and a touchdown and was named CFL Canadian Player of the Week in week 15. He had 12 catches for 123 yards and was named CFL Canadian Player of the Week in week 18. He was named CFL Canadian Player of the Month for October. He had five catches for 89 yards in West Final and five catches for 67 yards and a touchdown in Grey Cup game.
Started seven regular season games and West Semi-Final at slotback…missed 11 regular season games after suffering a broken leg…had six catches for 99 yards in week 4…had four catches for 71 yards and a touchdown…had four catches for 62 yards and a touchdown in week 17…had eight catches for 98 yards in week 18…finished the season with 36 catches for 488 yards and three touchdowns
Dressed in 17 regular season games, while starting 16 games at slotback…also started at slotback in both playoff games and Grey Cup game…had seven catches for 142 yards and a touchdown in week 13…had seven catches for a CFL season-high 240 yards and three touchdowns in week 15…had six catches for 127 yards in West Semi-Final…had six catches for 66 yards and a touchdown in West Final…had four catches for 70 yards and a touchdown in Grey Cup game…was named CFL Canadian Player of the Week in weeks 13,14, and 16…CFL Canadian Player of the Month in September…Rider nominee as Most Outstanding Canadian…named Most Outstanding Canadian in Grey Cup game.
Dressed in all 18 regular season games and both playoff games in 2006…started nine regular season games and both playoff games at slotback…made first CFL start in week 10…had first CFL reception in week 5 against Toronto…finished that game with five catches for 51 yards…had three catches for 39 yards and first CFL touchdown in week 13…had season high seven catches for 110 yards and a touchdown in week 18…had four catches for 53 yards in two playoff games…finished season with 30 receptions for 408 yards and three touchdowns.
Played four seasons at Western Ontario…won the Hec Creighton award as the best player in CIS football in 2005… was the CIS Rookie of the Year in 2002…three-times named 1st Team All-Canadian, 2nd Team All-Canadian…was a Two-time Team MVP… holds the CIS single-season receiving yards record and the CIS career receiving yards, touchdowns and receptions records.
Andy splits his time in the off-season between Ontario and Regina. During the Summer of 2010, as part of their "100 years of The Roughriders" promotional campaign, Federated Co-op Ltd. released a breakfast cereal under the name "Fantuz Flakes". The box featured an image of Fantuz on the front, and the cereal itself is similar to Oatmeal Crisp in texture and colour