1. Calgary StampedersWith Zach Collaros' injury, let's face it Calgary is alone and Bo Levi Mitchell doesn't have competition for the best quarterback anymore. Plus they beat BC this past week.
2. Toronto Argonauts
have Trevor Harris healthy. Don't really have much in the way of fans,
but that hasn't really helped the Riders this year so I don't think it
is that important.
3. Edmonton Eskimos
they only had 49 yards passing in Hamilton last week is troubling. They
do have a good defence, though and Mike Reilly is back. 49 yards though.
4. Ottawa REDBLACKS
Henry Burris has been
healthy all year long which is an accomplishment in the CFL. Looks like a
pretty good shot to make the playoffs after a two win season in 2014.
That's pretty good for an expansion team.
5. Hamilton Tiger-Cats
no Zach Collaros and Matthews didn't really impress in his relief roll.
The Tiger-Cats do have the best defence in the CFL though.
6. Montreal Alouettes
Winnipeg and Jonathon Crompton is back. Need to see more from them to
move up the rankings, although they are looking good for the cross-over.
7. BC Lions
Down to their third string quarterback and lost again. Not looking good for the Lions.
8. Saskatchewan Roughriders
Almost won at home. Still stuck at one win. Glenn is back, which is something.
9. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Not a good time in Bomberville.