1) Calgary Stampeders
The Stampeders lost starting quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell to injury but not until he had staked them to a 17-0 lead. With the way the Stamps defense has been playing, 17 points is more than enough to win the game. The Stampeders dominated a very good Redblacks team in every phase of the game and there is no doubt who the best team in the CFL is as of right now.
Everybody from here on down is pretty much equal, except for Montreal, who will probably occupy last all season long. 2-8 are basically teams that are average at best and very little separates any of them. In short, if you do not agree with 2-8 I am fine with that, because at this moment nobody is good enough to rank at number 2 and there is a reason to rank them all as low as number 8.
After the first place Stamps, the rest of the CFL is a jumbled mess. The Ti-Cats had a bye this week and need to bounce back from an unexpected loss to the Roughriders two weeks ago.
D’haquille Williams recorded 123 receiving yards and a touchdown, while Reilly threw for 258 yards and two scores. The Eskimos avenged their Week 4 loss against the Argos with a victory at home.
The Redblacks are a very good team. The problem is it seems like they play the Stampeders every other week. I think it’s possible they are the second best team in this league but only time will tell.
The Bombers blew a ten-point 4th quarter lead at B.C. after beating B.C. 41-19 the week before. The Bombers have an excellent roster and should be in the top half of the CFL this year.
The Argos are playing better after splitting two close games with the Eskimos. I know they are 1-3 but I think they are just better than the teams below them on this list.
Travis Lulay pieced together a memorable comeback to give the Lions their second win of the season, defeating the Blue Bombers 20-17. Lulay replaced the erratic Jonathon Jennings, and with Lulay at the helm I expect the Lions to be a much better team.
The Riders had a bye week this past week.
Alouettes had a bye week.
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