Breaking Down The 106th Grey Cup

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This is it. This is what the players play for. It is why they spend much of the offseason in training rooms when it could be spent with family and friends. The countless hours of study, practice, and meetings. It’s all for this. The chance to play a game. But not just any game. This […] READ MORE


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


Ottawa Redblacks Control East, but Inconsistency is Troubling

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The Ottawa Redblacks 28-15 victory over the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday along with the Tiger-Cats stunning last-second loss to the B.C. Lions has put Ottawa firmly in the driver’s seat. The Details With five games remaining the Redblacks need to win two games to clinch the division. One of those wins must come against Hamilton […] READ MORE


Ottawa Redblacks Face Tough Test against Winnipeg Blue Bombers

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Both the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Ottawa Redblacks bring a 5-3 record into their Friday night meeting. This parity in their records covers over the fact that the Redblacks are in tough to get a victory. While both teams were inconsistent record-wise in the early weeks of the season, the Bombers have bucked that trend […] READ MORE


Where Do the Redblacks Go From Here?

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The worst collapse in the Ottawa Redblacks short history leads their fans to ask the question, where do they go from here? Disaster by the Lake  At halftime of their Thursday night match-up with the Toronto Argonauts, the Redblacks held the world in their hands. They were about to solidify their grip on first place […] 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


Kavis Reed Repairs Alouettes Roster with Another Trade

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Kavis Reed Continues to Work on the Alouettes Roster Last Thursday was a tough night for the Alouettes. Not only did they lose their match against the Eskimos, they lost two defensive starters. Staunching the bleeding last night, general manager Kavis Reed pulled off a trade. He sent National offensive lineman Ryan Bomben and a […] 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


Johnny Manziel Trade Breakdown: Montreal Alouettes Remake Offence

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There is more to the Manziel trade than meets the eye The Montreal Alouettes moved quickly on Sunday to shore up their inefficient offence. The Alouettes sent veteran National defensive lineman Jamaal Westerman, speedy receiver Chris Williams, and the Montreal 2020 and 2021 first-round draft picks to Hamilton. In return, the Alouettes received offensive linemen […] READ MORE


Rich Stubler’s Defence could challenge Calgary Stampeders

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Rich Stubler led defence could make Stamps matchup interesting The Als may have a fighting chance against the Stampeders. I know, it sounds improbable, unlikely, or even impossible! But hear me out. If Bo Levi Mitchell does not start, the Rich Stubler led Montreal Alouettes defence could give the Calgary Stampeders offence trouble. What does […] READ MORE