Who picked Ottawa to win it last year?
The best part about the CFL is that 23 weeks from now these fortunes will look like they came from the inside of a cookie.
Every year, almost everyone says this about the Cats, then Collaros gets hurt.
Fresh out of soul’s to sell after last year’s Grey Cup. Their best chance for a repeat ticket to the big game involves Zach getting hurt (see above).
Marc Trestman and Jim Popp are billed as Toronto’s salvation. Too bad they arrived after free agency. This is a rebuilding year any way you cut it. It’ll be interesting to see if Ricky Ray can stay healthy for at least six games.
An absolute train wreck of a team. Darian Durant at QB? Five wins might be overly optimistic. Hey, I hear Drew Willy’s available.
They can’t possibly be as dominant again this season–that’s the only thing I have against them. Oh, also Stamps fans beat their wives, according to a study over here.
Wally just doesn’t lose that often and he has a prodigy at QB. They may give Calgary a run for the division.
I expect another 5000+ yard season for Mike Reilly, I also expect a weak defense.
Similarly, over in Winnipeg, two exhibition games showed us there’s been zero improvement in the Bomber defense. Offense alone isn’t enough to snap the drought as it enters its 27th year.
Too bad about Vince Young.
Fact: No team has even won a Grey Cup with Kevin Glenn, the homeless drifter of the CFL.
Fact: This is Kevin’s third marriage to Saskatchewan. I guess that’s better than marrying your cousin.
Bombers over the RedBlacks in a nail biter.
Edmonton gets pasted by BC.
Hamilton easily handles Winnipeg.
Calgary beats BC by a late FG.
Calgary beats Hamilton by a TD.
Can’t wait for kickoff!