Eskimos Need Win To Stay In Western Playoff Race

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As the cool fall weather sets in, the Edmonton Eskimos are feeling the heat. With just four games to go in the regular season for the Eskimos, a playoff spot is anything but guaranteed. In a year where Edmonton will host the Grey Cup, an omission from the CFL playoffs would be absolutely disastrous. While […] READ MORE


Montreal Alouettes Mired in a Quarterback Controversy

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Week 14 of the CFL season kicked off with all eyes on Montreal as the Alouettes played host to the B.C. Lions. With the Alouettes winning their last two games and the Lions making the long cross-country trip, this had the makings for an Alouettes victory. Well, not so fast. Despite a solid performance by […] READ MORE


Labour Day Signals the Second CFL Season

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Labour Day is approaching. Let’s all just take a deep breath and calm down. Listening to some pundits and fans across the league this week, you would swear the sky is falling in some CFL cities. For example, in Edmonton, some fans are saying that M.O.P. candidate quarterback Mike Reilly isn’t doing enough. Those folks […] READ MORE


Edmonton Eskimos Discipline Issues Start At The Top

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The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. A chip off the old block. Typically, idioms such as these are reserved for parents and their children. Although in this case, both of these examples could also apply to the Edmonton Eskimos. Edmonton Eskimos Discipline Lacking A serious lack of discipline was evident once again in […] READ MORE


Roughriders Need Win to Keep Pace in CFL West

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While it might not be a must-win game for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, it will be a pretty important one. The Riders bring their 3-3 record to Edmonton to take on the 4-2 Eskimos at Commonwealth Stadium this Thursday night. A Riders victory this week would create a three-way tie for second place in the CFL’s […] READ MORE


Terrell Owens to the CFL Nothing but a Publicity Stunt

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They say any publicity is good publicity. That may be true but this “Terrell Owens to the CFL” narrative is growing old quickly. Look, I get it. There is a train of thought that suggests any time the CFL is a headline in North America, it’s a good thing. While I don’t disagree with that, […] READ MORE


Edmonton Eskimos to Tackle Live Mic’s – Again

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Finally, the day is upon us. The CFL’s “live mic” game makes a triumphant return to the land of the Edmonton Eskimos. The event will take place on Friday night at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton at 7:00 PM MDT on TSN. Why is this game so special? Please allow me to take you on a […] READ MORE


Keys to an Edmonton Eskimos Victory in Rematch with Toronto Argonauts

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Last Saturday at BMO Field in Toronto, the reigning Grey Cup Champs Toronto Argonauts defeated the Edmonton Eskimos 20-17. This Friday night, the Eskimos will look to square up their season series against the Argos in the rematch. The action will take place at Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium on Friday, July 13th at 7:00 PM on […] READ MORE


Edmonton Eskimos-Toronto Argonauts Week 4 Game Day Preview

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For the second time in as many games, the Edmonton Eskimos will take on a high-profile former teammate. Last Saturday, Odell Willis made his way back to Commonwealth Stadium in an unusually quiet game for the two-time all-star defensive end. This week, the Eskimos are hoping to silence their former backup quarterback James Franklin. It […] READ MORE


Edmonton Eskimos Overcome Slow Start to Trounce BC Lions

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On Military Appreciation Night the host Edmonton Eskimos showed their thanks by besting the BC Lions 41-22. After a disappointing home opener, the Eskimos were able to redeem themselves with a solid performance on Friday night. Tough Start For Esks Despite the victory, the Eskimos came out to a horrifically slow start. From the onset, […] READ MORE