No doubt both teams are hot. Ricky Ray has been his usual consistent self while Zach Collaros has been on fire. Last week the Cats had a decent offensive output but had problems with scoring a TD. The weather in the dome will be perfect so that should help both offences. I expect a lot of Ticat fans so I'm not willing to give the full home field advantage to the Argos. Therefore I'll go with the Cats D.
Ticats 39 Argos 37
Ottawa at BC
Yes the REDBLACKS did win last week. BC lost but on the road and it was close. BC Place has been a traditional graveyard of Eastern teams. Ottawa looked good last week but I think that was just a flukey win. Still I don't think Ottawa gets totally blown out.
Lions 31 REDBLACKS 29
Saskatchewan at Montreal
This one is a bit of a conundrum. The Riders have been crap without Durant at quarterback. Crompton has been better than the other Alouettes quarterbacks although he's still green. Montreal's defence is decent but so is Saskatchewan's. Montreal is at home and I think a bit more desperate for a playoff spot with the crossover looming
Alouettes 30 Roighriders 25
Winnipeg at Edmonton
Neither team has looked good of late although Winnipeg has looked worse, losing to Ottawa. The Blue Bombers started on fire but have regressed back towards the crap of last season. The Bomber had Willy in Ottawa and they still lost relatively big. Edmonton is at home and is just a better team
Eskimos 40 Blue Bombers 32