1) Calgary Stampeders
The Stamps had a bye week and they are heads and shoulders above any team in the CFL.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers held off a comeback attempt from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to secure a 29-23 victory, the team’s third straight. The Bombers look like the biggest threat to the Stampeders’ superiority. With Matt Nichols and running back Andrew Harris on offense, they have a diverse attack and a strong defense.
The Eskimos blew a second-half lead to the BC Lions and just can’t seem to be as consistent as they need to be to become a serious threat to Calgary.
After leading through much of the game and suffering a heartbreaking last-second loss to the Argonauts in Week 8, Trevor Harris and Ottawa REDBLACKS paid it forward to the Alouettes on Saturday, sealing their 24-17 victory in the final seconds of the fourth quarter. It wasn’t pretty for the Redblacks, but a win is a win.
The Riders are coming off a bye week. With Zack Collaros back and a tough defense, the Riders look like they will be contenders.
It was a tale of two halves at BC Place on Friday night, as the BC Lions reversed a 20-10 halftime deficit to earn a stunning 31-23 win over the visiting Edmonton Eskimos. The Lions offense roared to life in the third quarter, while the defense allowed zero third-quarter first downs; the end result was 18-straight points and a Lions win on a night when hope initially seemed lost for the hosts. Quarterback Travis Lulay played well once again, completing 16 of 29 passes in the win for BC.
Hamilton lost a tough one to Winnipeg this past week and as always consistency has been the problem with the Ti-Cats.
The Als played better in a close loss at Ottawa but it was still a loss, and while Johnny Manziel may be the answer at the quarterback position, the Alouettes have a lot more problems than just a Quarterback.
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