It’s over, it’s finally over. The CFL regular season has ended. Calgary secures the first seed in the West while Toronto and Montreal audition for next season. There’s not much to say this week, a lot of meeningless games played
Week 13. My favorite week in the CFL, Labour Day Rematch week and it didn’t disappoint. Huge wins from Edmonton and Hamilton as they look to keep their playoff hopes alive. Saskatchewan looks to be the second-best team in the
Week 10 in the CFL was filled with a few lopsided victories and one really close affair separating the two teams by a point. Two middle of the pack teams in Winnipeg and Ottawa duked it out while the Argos
Week 9 in the CFL provided an upset, a defensive domination and Johnny Manziel looking a little more like Johnny Football. Only three games in the CFL this week as once again three teams ended up with bye weeks.
Once again another week goes by in the CFL and once again another week where the Montreal Alouettes look like they don’t belong in this league and the Calgary Stampeders also look like they don’t belong in this league. We