Category Archives: Canadian Football League

Week 9 CFL Power Rankings (UPDATED)

Note: Updated this post to correct part of the BC note. It suggested BC had lost to Winnipeg in the past five weeks; the Lions won that game.  The next four weeks might give the crowded top of the Western … Continue reading

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Week 8 CFL Power Rankings

Whatever fire was lit under the Calgary Stampeders is now white hot. Meanwhile, a sidelined Ricky Ray might doom the Toronto Argonauts. Here are this week’s power rankings, with last week’s ranking appearing at the beginning of the parenthesis. Edmonton … Continue reading

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Week 7 CFL Power Rankings

Edmonton made another potent statement that it is a championship-caliber club. And the Eastern Division is looking, well, not good. Meanwhile, there is a new leader in the ROUGE Standings. Here are this week’s power rankings, with last week’s ranking … Continue reading

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Week 6 CFL Power Rankings

Edmonton keeps losing players and winning games. And will any team come up with a better (non-)sleeper play than Winnipeg did? Oh, and Toronto leads the Eastern Division and also sits tied atop the rouge standings. Here are this week’s … Continue reading

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Week 5 CFL Power Rankings

Byes? We don’t need no stinking byes! This week is the only one this season in which all nine CFL teams play. Meanwhile, the first serious injury to a starting quarterback has put a damper on the BC Lions successful … Continue reading

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CFL fans: A Will Hill sanctions poll

If you’re a fan of the CFL, then you know that Hamilton defensive back Will Hill grabbed an official by the jersey during a game the other night. What discipline would you hand down, if you were the league commissioner?

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Dead at 23. And almost one year later, a family’s pain is still present.

SportsNet.ca details the life — and death — of former CFL player Mylan Hicks, and finds that almost one year after he was fatally shot, a family remains in despair. On the last night of his life, Mylan Hicks came … Continue reading

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