Battle of the two victory teams. I suppose that's better than the earlier battle of the single victory teams. The Lions are favoured by two points on the road, which would indicate Las Vegas doesn't like Cleo Lemon and frankly I don't blame them. BC has gotten the benefit of the doubt a lot the past few seasons, despite being a mediocre team. I'll stick with the home team here, although Arland Bruce would probably love to have a good game here.
Suck People 25, Pot People 22
Winnipeg at Saskatchewan
The Bombers are only favoured by 3 in Regina. Thats seems weird considering they have inverse records, one team has one loss, the other one win. I really can't see the Winnipeg defence just taking the long weekend off. The Bombers get a head early and silence the crowd.
Jets People 41, Watermelon People 19
Montreal at Hamilton
The Ticats aren't getting much respect, with the Alouettes favoured by two and a half at Ivor Wynne. Maybe if the Cats were better than 500 they would get more respect. Despite this, the Cats beat the Alouettes fairly convincingly last game at Ivor Wynne and the crowd should be jacked. Montreal is only good, not great this year.
Escarpment People 29, Poutine People 25
Edmonton at Calgary
The Stamps are favoured by 8.5 at home and surprisingly it's not more. With Edmonton's injured receiving corps and suddenly turnstile like offensive line, things aren't going to go well for the Eskimos. The Eskimos should really pick up the now released Marquay McDaniel.
Stetson People 37, Injured People 17