Instead, the eskimos chose the safe route, settling for a nine-yard chip shot that was barely worth the energy it took Sean Whyte to trot out onto the field. So they ended up with three points. big yip. Sure, they were the fastest points edmonton’s earned in Kilgore’s three starts after the previous two games took them near the end of the half to find their way on the scoreboard. and it was the first scoring drive the eskimos earned on their opening possession since a touchdown pass by trevor Harris one play before making his exit with an arm injury in the Labour day rematch. but on a night when they had a chance to punch their playoff ticket against the top team in the league that came primed to play, three points weren’t enough. especially when they ended up being their only points of the entire first half.