Niagara Als

The last game was one of the greatest. With the snow being a huge factor and, in the final moments, the last play of the game made for an exciting Argo win over Calgary.
 

Vermonter

The past two years were both pretty awesome, with monster upsets of a heavily favoured Calgary squad. 

brianjoxx

The past two years were both pretty awesome, with monster upsets of a heavily favoured Calgary squad.
THEY WERE GOOD. SOME MANY GREAT GREY CUPS. NICE

CFL Pete

The best way to start a game would be with an opening kickoff touchdown return.  Marcus Thigpen did this with Hamilton a while back for the first game of the year.  

If the Edmonton Grey Cup is going to be one of the best, let it open with a kickoff return touchdown.

By Diontae Spencer.

rpaege

The best way to start a game would be with an opening kickoff touchdown return.


By BOTH teams.

FootbalYouBet

The best way to start a game would be with an opening kickoff touchdown return.


By BOTH teams.
on the same play
Crush cream soda is oh so good.  I think I'll have another

I don't think I am always right, it just keeps turning out that way

ArgoT

94' game was great, but the 89' game between Hamilton and Saskatchewan was not only the best Grey Cup game ever, but arguably one of the best football games played anywhere, anytime...
Agree with you.
Best game on TV ever, any sport any league that I have ever seen.

FootbalYouBet

94' game was great, but the 89' game between Hamilton and Saskatchewan was not only the best Grey Cup game ever, but arguably one of the best football games played anywhere, anytime...
Agree with you.
Best game on TV ever, any sport any league that I have ever seen.
for me, the one thing that marred the game was when either Fields or Shields left the game with injury during the first half.  I think Ham might have won otherwise.

White stallion gallops

It's pretty subjective:
1987 was the first GreyCup I watched and the game that made me a fan.
1989 was good
1994 was good
1998 was good

Probably most remembered was 1991, first time I saw Calgary play in it, not a great game, but still a thrill

White stallion gallops

2005 Edmonton vs. Montreal OT game was pretty good too

Abendschan

Oh yea they were man, the Eskimos got Thunderstruck in 1990 at BC Place

Edmonton 11
Winnipeg 50



FootbalYouBet

Can't believe that no one mentioned the 2016 win by Ottawa.   It was stated by every sports writer and most fans at the time as the greatest Grey Cup every played.
It had everything including the winning TD in OT.   Burris playing with a bad leg.
 Ottawa built up that big lead and Calgary stormed back,  attempted and recovered an on side kick with less than a minute left.  Ottawa tackles the Calgary QB on the attempted game winning sneak with a few seconds left and Calgary kicks a FG to send it into OT.
Hands down the best Grey Cup ever played.
I sure enjoyed it

project.legacy

Hands down it's the 84th Grey Cup for me.

FootbalYouBet

Hands down it's the 84th Grey Cup for me.
one of my favorites

Iconic SR

94' game was great, but the 89' game between Hamilton and Saskatchewan was not only the best Grey Cup game ever, but arguably one of the best football games played anywhere, anytime...
Gotta agree. That game became such a shootout and an offensive talent showcase, while testing defences to their extremes. Rarely do we see this anymore. 
 


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