CFL Power Rankings Week 17

Power rankings

1) Calgary Stampeders

The Calgary Stampeders advanced to the playoffs for a club-record 14th-straight season after a 38-16 home victory against the Toronto Argonauts on Friday night. The Stamps are obviously still the team to beat in the CFL.

Next Up: @Montreal Alouettes

 

2) Saskatchewan Roughriders

The Riders picked up their sixth win in seven games, taking down the Montreal Alouettes 34-29 to cap off Week 16. Zach Collaros threw for 394 yards with one touchdown and one interception in the win. The Riders have been the second best team in the CFL for the last month.

Next Up: Host Edmonton Eskimos

 

3) Ottawa Redblacks

The Redblacks had a bye week.

Next Up: Host Winnipeg Blue Bombers

 

4) Winnipeg Blue Bombers

There’s something about playing the Edmonton Eskimos that brings the best out of Kevin Fogg. Nearly four months after scoring on a 110-yard missed field goal return in the season-opener, the Winnipeg Blue Bomber defender was at it again on Saturday night, forcing one fumble, recovering another and scoring on an interception to help the visitors defeat the Eskimos 30-3. The Blue Bombers seem to be back in the mix after a bad stretch that now seems in the past.

Next Up: @Ottawa Redblacks

 

5) Hamilton Ti-Cats

The Ti-Cats and Lions were coming off an exciting Week 15 tilt in Vancouver, with the Lions coming out on top in that contest following a last-second touchdown and two-point conversion to force overtime. However, it would be the Ti-Cats who got the last word in Saturday’s Week 16 matchup between the two squads at Tim Hortons Field. The Ti-Cats controlled the game for all four quarters to get a much-needed win.

Next Up: Bye Week

 

6) Edmonton Eskimos

The Eskimos and Mike Reilly got shut down by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and now questions have to be asked about the team’s future for the rest of the season.

Next Up: @Saskatchewan Roughriders

 

7) BC Lions

The Lions were on a little bit of a roll and that came to a screeching halt in Hamilton last week. If the Lions want to be a playoff team they need a win this weekend.

Next Up: Host Toronto Argonauts

 

8) Toronto Argonauts

The Argos will not be defending their Grey Cup championship from last year. After the Ricky ray injury early in the season this team just hasn’t been the same.

Next Up: @BC Lions

 

9) Montreal Alouettes

Johnny Manziel played well but it just wasn’t enough to get a win.

Next Up: Host Calgary Stampeders

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