Three Eskimos that Need to Step Up for Edmonton to Advance

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The Edmonton Eskimos started out the season hot at 6-2 but sputtered to an 8-10 finish. Still, it was good enough to get them to the playoffs after a one-year absence in 2018. They will go across the continent this weekend to face off against the Montreal Alouettes, who finished 10-8 and second in the […] READ MORE


How the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Went Wrong in Montreal

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It’s not often a CFL team sits atop their division come late September while having multiple blown 20-point leads on their resumé. It reeks of a team that finds a way to lose when it matters; a team that lacks focus in crunch time. Regardless of their 9-4 record, how the Winnipeg Blue Bombers let […] READ MORE


Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Montreal Alouettes Notably Similar

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If the Winnipeg Blue Bombers-Montreal Alouettes Week 15 game preview were a meme, there would be an obvious choice. It’s a classic, straightforward image with no editing required: Spider-Man pointing at Spider-Man. If you don’t understand, it means they’re similar teams. An example? It’s a meme Saskatchewan defensive lineman Jordan Reaves used to describe opposing […] READ MORE


CFL Studs and Duds: Weeks 9 through 12

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It’s post-Labour Day and the CFL power rankings continue to be a logjam, concession items are getting wilder, whether protocols are under scrutiny, PED suspensions are popping up, and the NFL pre-season game in Winnipeg was a bust. Let’s look at August and Labour Day’s CFL studs and duds. CFL Studs Labour Day Rivalries The […] READ MORE


Week 11 CFL Fantasy Picks: DraftKings, TSN

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A couple of notes before diving into Week 11 CFL Fantasy. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have placed Matt Nichols on their injured reserve. He had been serviceable to this point for Winnipeg. Now that he’s out it will be Chris Steveler under centre. Streveler has shown flashes and also possesses a solid rushing floor. It’s […] READ MORE


Montreal Alouettes Have Another Shot at a West Division Foe

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With 2:41 left in the third quarter, the Montreal Alouettes were down just 17-10 to the West Division Saskatchewan Roughriders. Then, nobody can quite wrap their heads around what happened next. Hostile weather consisting of lightning and heavy rain would sweep over McGill causing a delay that would inevitably end the match. Yes, with still […] READ MORE