1. Saskatchewan Roughriders
OK, so they lost to the Stampeders on the road and aren't unbeaten anymore. I'm not booting them from the top spot just yet.
2. Calgary Stampeders
Beat the previously undefeated Riders and have three capable quarterbacks plus super non-import running back Jon Cornish. Pretty close to the top.
3. Toronto Argonauts
Apparently the Argos are for real, although smashing the Alouettes during a week of turmoil isn't super impressive, merely impressive. Ray seems a bit more injury prone this year, but for once the Argos have a non total tool backup quarterback.
4. BC Lions
Didn't play, but still have a winning record, which is something.
5. Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Didn't play, but coming off a win, with a lot of injuries and a bye week to heal. Rumours are that Andy Fantuz is coming back, which should only improve the offense and help with the ratio.
6. Montreal Alouettes
Did play and did get smashed by the Argos after booting their head coach. Still have Calvillo and some talent.
7. Edmonton Eskimos
Didn't play but linebacker Sherritt is supposedly out for a while. This is not a good team.
8. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
CEO and GM are gone. That's a bit of turmoil. And Goltz is no longer apparently the starter for the rest of the season.