1. Saskatchewan Roughriders
Kory Sheets is on fire rushing the ball. Durrant can be a bit hit and miss, but is infinitely better.
2. BC Lions
Steadily good. I like Lulay. Eliminian is back in good form. Other teams are considerably worse. Simple.
3. Calgary Stampeders
Lucky the Stamps have Kevin Glenn as a backup, otherwise they would be considerably farther down the list.
4. Toronto Argonauts
The best of the 1 and 2 teams, the Argos have still more points than allowed. More games against the 1 and 2 teams would help their record.
5. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Lost on the road, but still dished out a lot of sacks and were able to run. That's something.
6. Hamilton Tiger Cats
Finally off the schneid. Offense is still decent without Andy Fantuz, but really need him back to get to the next level. Strange amount of sacks this week, but it could be an anomaly.
7. Edmonton Eskimos
The Esks went back to being the Eskimos again. They're not very good and probably won't be this season. Oh and Fred Stamps is injured.
8. Montreal Alouettes
I'm not really feeling this team. The new coach Dan Hawkins doesn't seem to be adjusting to the CFL as well as Mark Trestman the now Chicago Bears coach and Calvillo may be just too old now.