Monday, August 8, 2011

CFL Power Rankings, Week 7, 2011

1. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
The Bombers beat the only previously unbeaten team the Eskimos at home and Buck Pierce manages to get through the game uninjured. Things are looking good in Swaggerville.
2. Montreal Alouettes
Things are looking good for the Alouettes again, even if was just against the Argonauts. Calvillo looks to be back on track. Questions remain about the defence. Good or just good against Cleo "the Party" Lemon?
3. Calgary Stampeders
Looked mediocre in the first half, came back strong in the second half and blanked the Ticat offense. Burris is still a good quarterback, just not a great one.
4. Edmonton Eskimos
How do the Eskimos tumble all the way down to four? Lose and have arguably the best receiver in the CFL out for a while with internal bleeding. Ricky Ray will be considerably worse without Stamps.
5. Hamilton Ticats
Great first half, couldn't manage a rouge in the second half, despite going into it up ten points. Hallmarks of an average team. Vaunted young receivers not looking so hot now.
6. BC Lions
Lions win! Lions win! Win another and you'll get some respect.
7. Toronto Argonauts
Still terrible, still trotting out Cleo Lemon as quarterback. We're in Bart Andrus territory here.
8. Saskatchewan RoughRiders
Honk city, that's where this team is headed. Not good for the league, as the Rider fans will stay home around the league. Still in a race for the playoffs though.

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