B.C. receiver Geroy Simon snares the winning touchdown past Riders safety Tristan Clovis Saturday night in Regina. ((Troy Fleece/Canadian Press))

Geroy Simon's game-winning touchdown against Saskatchewan last week helped him nab the Canadian Football League's offensive player of the week honours.

Simon's 33-yard major in the final minute led the B.C. Lions to a stunning 37-34 victory in Regina.

Trailing by four points with 34 seconds remaining, Simon raced behind defensive backs Rontarius Robinson and Tristan Clovis to haul in the scoring pass and silence a shocked Mosaic Stadium crowd.

Bothered by a back injury through most of the season, Simon finished the game with 151 yards on eight receptions. He is the first Lion to win the weekly offensive award this season.

Charlton Keith was recognized as top defensive player for helping the Tiger-Cats to justtheir second win of the season. The defensive end recorded two quarterback sacks, two tackles and recovered two fumbles in Hamilton's win over Calgary.

Toronto's Dominique Dorsey tore through Winnipeg's coverage for a 97-yard kickoff return, a play that set the Argonauts on the path to victory and earned him special team honours. Dorsey averaged 40.8 yards on four kickoffs, and 11.5 yards on a pair of punt returns.

Andy Fantuz was the top Canadian of the week. Saskatchewan's sophomore wide receiver caught his second touchdown, and six passes in total, amassing 90 yards.