9) Ottawa Redblacks
The Redblacks are seemingly getting worse each week, if that’s even possible? The Redblacks were beaten 24-7 by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
The Elks have a must-win game against the Redblacks coming up when you consider a back to back looms with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Will Bo Levi Mitchell return to form? If the Stamps are going to make a run at this, he better. Three games loom on the horizon against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in what is an intense rivalry.
The biggest issue with the Alouettes has to be the continued inconsistent play of Quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. Montreal running back William Stanback moved past Edmonton’s James Wilder Jr. to grab the league rushing lead — finishing the game with a game-high 133 yards on 19 carries. If Adams could become a consistent passer, the Als would be in good shape, but I’m not holding my breath!
The Argonauts gave up a boatload of yards last week but were able to force some turnovers that led to a win over Montreal.
They got an easy win over the Redblacks, for what that’s worth? However, it looks like Quarterback Jeremiah Masoli is ready to return, which should help out.
The Lions lost a close one at home to the Riders this past weekend. The biggest concern for the Lions has to be the lack of the run game, and if they don’t get it figured out fast, they could be in trouble.
The Riders are the second-best team at this point of the season. A road win in British Columbia reinforced that point. Cody Fajardo played well, and the last-minute drive to win the game was a thing of beauty.
The Blue Bombers come out of the bye week a consensus number one. Next up is a trip to B.C. to battle the Lions.
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