Category Archives: Canadian Football League

Week 18 CFL Power Rankings

The Stamps refused to lose, and that meant Hamilton didn’t win a game it needed to have. Meanwhile, Ottawa finally made a statement. A Grey Cup rematch? Here are this week’s power rankings, with last week’s ranking appearing at the … Continue reading

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Photo essay: Hamilton vs Calgary, Oct. 13, 2017

I finally made it to Tim Horton’s Field in Hamilton, the home of the CFL’s Tiger-Cats. Hamilton hosted Calgary on Oct. 13, 2017. Enjoy some of the photos I took.

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Week 17 CFL Power Rankings

The Bridge to the future appears to have been built in Regina, although it might not be fully utilized this season. And if it had been June in June, who knows how good the TiCats might be right now. Here … Continue reading

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Week 16 CFL Power Rankings

The division winners aren’t decided yet, but the current leaders took huge steps toward a crown with wins last week. And a game was decided by a rouge in the final 2:00. Here are this week’s power rankings, with last … Continue reading

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Week 15 CFL Power Rankings

First and second place in both divisions still look secure, at least for now. And the biggest winner of last week might have been the Edmonton Eskimos, who watched the two teams chasing them lose. Here are this week’s power … Continue reading

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The CFL season will end up like this (UPDATED)

9/25/17 UPDATE: With BC tanking against Hamilton, the Lions are now projected by yours truly to finish fifth in the West. Edmonton and BC tie at 9-9, but the Esks win the season series and get the crossover playoff bid. Edmonton … Continue reading

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Week 14 CFL Power Rankings

Kudos to the CFL’s leadership by adopting two important changes: eliminating pads in practice once the regular season has started and extending the regular season to 21 weeks. Both decisions are designed to increase player safety. That’s a good start. … Continue reading

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