1. Calgary Stampeders
Easily beat Toronto and still looking like the class of the CFL. No thanks to Drew Tate.
2. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Although it was close against Montreal, you can't argue with undefeated. Drew "Slick" Willy is doing better than I would have thought.
3. Edmonton Eskimos
Also undefeated. Looks like Mike Reilly has a team around him this year.
4. Toronto Argonauts
The best of the 1 and 2 teams. This is quite arbitrary, although their last loss was against the Stamps, so that's somewhat understandable.
5. Montreal Alouettes
It was tight against the Eskimos. And they have a good defence. That's enough to be fifth.
6. BC Lions
They beat the Riders and maybe after three games Kevin Glenn is getting comfortable with the BC offense.
7. Saskatchewan Rough Riders
After dismantling the Ticats at home, it has been all downhill for the Green Riders. Thinks can't be pleasant in Regina.
8. Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Zach Collaros is injured and the Cats are going with Masoli. Maybe coming off a bye week will help them out.
9. Ottawa Redblacks
No wins and still an expansion team. I'm continuing my policy of putting them last until they win a game.