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


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


Eskimos Must Win Versus Lions

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Eskimos must win in order to save season It’s not often that you see a CFL game with such high stakes. However, that is where we are with the Eskimos-Lions matchup this Friday. The Eskimos must win in order to have a chance to salvage their season and possibly the jobs of the coaching staff […] 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


Edmonton Eskimos Crucial Game vs Winnipeg

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Worst Weekend Possible The Edmonton Eskimos faced the perfect storm this weekend. Their loss to the Redblacks combined with the Blue Bombers, Roughriders, and Lions winning has thrown the Western Division standings into chaos. What initially throughout the summer months seemed like a two-horse race between Edmonton and Calgary for 1stplace in the division has […] READ MORE


Eskimos Face Biggest Test on Labour Day

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Another Chance for Improvement Edmonton Eskimos head coach Jason Mass knows that the impending Labour Day matchup with the Calgary Stampeders is a big game, but it is not everything. In an interview with CFL.ca Mass described the importance of the game, exhorting that “you don’t win Grey Cups in August. What you do is you […] 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


Edmonton Eskimos Defence Getting Healthy on Eve of Clash With BC Lions

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Eskimos Make Roster Moves. The Eskimos made a number of roster moves this week. On August 6th they released International Defensive Lineman Rakim Cox and International Defensive Back Maurice McKnight. International Defensive Lineman Gerald Rivers followed them on the 7th. These moves made room for a number of players returning from injury. Last week International […] 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