9) Edmonton Elks
The Elks didn’t just lose to Ottawa; they lost to a Quarterback forced to make his first CFL start due to injuries at that position for Ottawa. I did not imagine the Redblacks being anything but last the rest of the season, but Edmonton changed all of that with a horrid performance this past week.
Kaleb Evans made his first CFL start count as he led the Redblacks to their second win of the season. Evans completed 15 of his 22 passes for 191 yards and rushed for 59 yards on seven carries.
The Ti-Cats blew a lead and an opportunity to make a statement this past week. But with the CFL seemingly a one-horse race, they have the talent to play with anybody and beat anybody outside of Winnipeg.
The Lions took it on the chin at home, losing 30-9 to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The lack of a run game limits this team’s chances to mount any real Grey Cup push.
Last week, Vernon Adams was a magician in leading the Als to a come from behind win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Adams (17-26 passing, 209 yards, two touchdowns, two interceptions) overcame a first-quarter ankle injury and a 17-3 deficit to end his team’s two-game losing streak, with an incredible late fourth-quarter drive to give the Alouettes a 23-20 win.
This week, the Argos had a bye week and are headed into a critical showdown with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
With Bo Levi Mitchell back, the Stamps are starting to round into form. If they can get the sweep of back-to-back games in Regina this week, they all of a sudden will become serious contenders.
The Roughriders fell to the rival Calgary Stampeders this past weekend, and the Riders have not played well as of late. A rematch with the Stampeders is up this week, and the Riders need a win, or they will start to drop in the standings and these rankings.
No doubt which team is number one on this list after Bomber Quarterback Zach Collaros passed for 417 yards and two touchdowns to help the Winnipeg Blue Bombers claim a dominant 30-9 win over the BC Lions on Friday night in Vancouver.
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