9) Ottawa Redblacks
Dominique Davis injected some life into the Redblacks, but it was not enough to get a win. The Redblacks, at this point, are easily the worst team in the CFL, and they need to add some talent to have any chance of turning this around.
8) Edmonton Elks
The Elks dropped big time with a performance that is more than just concerning. The home fans booed throughout the second half, and make no mistake; it was well deserved.
7) Hamilton Ti-Cats
The biggest concern for Hamilton has to be the health of quarterback Dane Evans, and trust me off last week there were a lot of concerns in Hamilton.
6) Calgary Stampeders
Bo Levi Mitchell is back, and while he still has rust to shake off, things are starting to look up in Calgary.
5) B.C. Lions
The Lions have strung a couple of victories back to back, but those victories did come against the hapless Redblacks, but two straight is still two straight.
4) Montreal Alouettes
The Alouettes are coming off a bye week and look to a game against BC. If Vernon Adams can replicate his last outing, the Als may be about to make some noise.
3) Toronto Argonauts
Consistent quarterback play has been lacking, and they struggled to a one-point win in their last outing. With all of that being said, they lead the East, and that’s good enough to put them at number three in these rankings.
2) Saskatchewan Roughriders
The Riders have suffered two straight losses, but those losses were to the best team in the league. So, in my opinion, the CFL has the Bombers and the Riders, then everybody else.
1) Winnipeg Blue Bombers
The Bombers are by far the number one team in the CFL. They are coming off two dominating wins over the second-best team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders, and at this point, they have to be the favorite to hoist the Grey Cup at the end of the season.