Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Power Rankings

1. Montreal
2. Edmonton
3. Saskatchewan
4. Hamilton
5. Calgary
6. BC
7. Toronto
8. Winnipeg

Montreal first is obvious. Edmonton gets a bump for beating Calgary, while Saskatchewan gets a bump as well for beating Hamilton. Hamilton drops mainly because of the terrible first half. Props for coming back to tie, but looking that dreadful in an opening half isn't usually indicative of a good team and usually one assumes the worse. Calgary actually has to show they can beat a good team. Looks like losing linebacker JoJuan Armour (now with BC which perhaps is not coincidentally doing better) for discipline reasons before the real season starting isn''t working out so well. BC better than the last two teams, but still was down and could have lost to Toronto. The double blue look better with Pickett in and with cornerback Byron Parker coming back from the NFL, could end up a bit better, considering the mediocrity that abounds in the CFL this year. Winnipeg, well, someone has to be last.

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