1. Calgary Stampeders
The Stamps beat the Argos last week a
bona fide good team in a pseudo away game in Hamilton. Calgary keeps
winning. Can't argue against them.
2. Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Ticats haven't collapsed with the injury to Zach Collaros. They have
excellent special teams and defence, plus an above average set of
receivers. Matthews has put up remarkable completion percentage numbers
of late. That's hard to beat.
3. Edmonton Eskimos
The Eskimos have won a lot of games this year. They're a good team, although maybe not a great one.
4. Toronto Argonauts
Argos have had some impressive wins and some losses. If they were at
BMO field this year, they might have a better record, but being on the
road seems to be their lot in 2015.
5. Ottawa REDBLACKS
Eked one out over the Bombers in the Peg. The REDBLACKS have been impressive, but mostly against bad teams.
6. BC Lions
Jonathon Jennings seems to be actually decent for a rookie pressed into
service. Too bad they can't win too many games.
7. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
The Bombers just seem snake bit this season. At least with Nichols as the quarterback they're not totally screwed.
8. Montreal Alouettes
I'm not sure getting Kevin Glenn this late in the season is going to help much, but we'll see.
9. Saskatchewan Roughriders
There's always next year for the Riders. Evaluation time.