What to Expect from Jason Maas’ Offence in 2020

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The Saskatchewan Roughriders surprised many fans when they were able to hire Jason Maas. While his tenure as a head coach in Edmonton left much to be desired, his qualities of a coordinator were coveted by many. Many thought a reunion with Mike Reilly was in store in BC. However, Cody Fajardo will be the […] READ MORE



Is the Edmonton Eskimos Playoff Spot Actually Secure?

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This weekend the Edmonton Eskimos dropped their fifth game in a row as Hamilton defeated them on their home field as a last-second field goal banged off the uprights and in. They now have a record of 6-7 and suddenly don’t appear to be a shoo-in for the playoffs; as they appeared just a couple […] READ MORE



Winnipeg Blue Bombers Pressure Limits Edmonton Eskimos to Kicks

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While Lucky Whitehead was essential in Winnipeg’s 28-21 win over the Edmonton Eskimos, luck didn’t need to be. Oddly enough, after the game concluded it was difficult to praise or criticize either team due to one bizarre stat: Edmonton scoring zero touchdowns on 445 yards of offence. And there’s more oddity to this game. Edmonton […] READ MORE


Eskimos Have Lengthy Off Season To Do List

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The hard work for the Edmonton Eskimos is just beginning. With the Calgary Stampeders winning the Grey Cup a couple of weeks ago, so begins the off-season in the CFL. For the CFL, the winter months have historically been a black hole of nothingness when it comes to exciting storylines. This year that will not […] READ MORE


Missing the Cut: What’s Next for These CFL Squads?

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While all eyes are rightfully on the six CFL teams that will be making the playoffs. Three teams are left picking up the pieces on disappointing 2018 campaigns. Some of which had much higher expectations (Toronto, Edmonton), than others (Montreal). As the regular season winds down, we take a look at what went wrong for […] READ MORE