Most Successful NFL Players to Feature in the CFL

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There have been quite a few CFL players to make their way to the NFL. Stars like Cameron Wake, Brandon Browner, and Joe Horn, in fact, all got their big breaks at the CFL (for the B.C. Lions, Calgary Stampeders, and Memphis Mad Dogs, respectively). There have also been a handful of NFL players who […] READ MORE


Jeremiah Masoli Earned his way to Fame, and Johnny Manziel Lost His

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Johnny Manziel is well on his way to becoming an afterthought in the football world, while Jeremiah Masoli, a quarterback with a similar past, is entering his prime. Johnny Manziel’s Career The sad story began at Tivy High School near San Antonio, Texas. Manziel was evidently athletic from the beginning of his high school career, […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Head Coach Options

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Not one week after signing an extension through the 2020 Season, Chris Jones has fled for the NFL’s Cleveland Browns. His job title? Senior Defensive Specialist. Jones inherited a 3-15 team in 2016 when he was hired and improved to 5-13, 10-8 and 12-6 in the subsequent seasons. Appearances in the East Final and West […] READ MORE


Revisiting: Could 2018 be the Biggest CFL Season Yet?

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The CFL season has concluded and I decided to revisit my article from May that asked: “Could 2018 be the Biggest CFL Season Yet?” While there were many successful high points for the CFL, the early answer is no. Below are each of the reasons why I thought 2018 would be the biggest CFL season […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Rebuilding is No Longer a Valid Excuse

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As the Riders enter their second bye week of the season, fans and pundits alike have had time to dissect the season thus far and more. Jamie Nye in his article with CFL.ca brought to light a troubling, yet simple statistic. 1-9. 4-6. 0-2. Those are the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ records against their own division over […] READ MORE


The Curious Case of CFL Sunday Games

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CFL Sunday games have a curious role in Canada. They just do not belong in the Great White North. And there's numbers to back that up. READ MORE