1) Hamilton Tiger-Cats
I am leaving the Ti-Cats at number one after a one-point loss in Calgary. The Ti-Cats have been the most consistent team all year and a one-point loss with their backup quarterback doesn’t change my mind about who belongs at number one.
The Bombers had a bye this week and everything I said about Hamilton could go for the Blue Bombers. To me, I could have just as easily put the Blue Bombers at number one, it was that close.
The Stamps are still rolling. Tre Roberson blocked Hamilton’s game-winning field goal attempt in the final minute to help give the Calgary Stampeders a 19-18 win over the Tiger-Cats on Saturday. The Stamps now hold an 8-4 record after winning three-straight games since Bo Levi Mitchell’s return from injury. With Mitchell back, the Stampeders have to be one of the favorites to play in this year’s Grey Cup.
Brett Lauther kicked a game-winning 39-yard field goal with under a minute left to lift the Saskatchewan Roughriders over the Montreal Alouettes with a 27-25 home win on Saturday. The Riders are a team that has surprised a lot of people this year.
The Als are going to be a playoff team and with Vernon Adams at the helm don’t be surprised if they upset somebody they are not supposed to in the playoffs.
At 6-6 the Eskimos look to be safely in the playoffs and they have a talented roster. A lot of people thought they were a Grey Cup favorite at the start of the year.
The Argos won big last week and they are a very dangerous team to play right now. The effort they have played with over the last month has been great and hopefully, a strong finish bodes well for the future in Toronto.
The Lions finally got a win, but it was Ottawa they beat. They did play much better two weeks ago also in a close loss to Montreal, but a lot needs to be changed in the offseason to get this team back to contender status.
Do I really need to explain this?
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