I agree with the East selections other than Hamilton getting 10 All Stars, that was generous... with more than Toronto who have proven from start to finish were a much superior team during the regular season.
The west All Stars were questionable... Winnipeg with with more selections than the rest of the west combined... And Saskatchewan was totally disrespected with the All-Star selections... Ottawa and BC have more All-Stars than Sask? The records and player stats don't add up.
T.J. Lee and Nick Marshall are questionable all-stars for this year... Nick Marshall got beat down field on deep balls several times for major yardage every game. Purifoy played HB for most of the season and should of got the all-star nod there.
I guess style points are worth more than sacks... A.C. Leonard was easily better than Willie Jefferson this year... and more valuable to the success of his team. When Jeffcoat rested the last couple games of the season, the Winnipeg defence was not the same... Willie was unable to produce himself without another All-Star on the line with him.
The returners in the west must be that awful for Mike Miller to be named an All-Star again...
With Jon Ryan missing a bit of the season due to injury, I thought Stefan Flintoft would of been named an All-Star... he has the best punting average in the league... Cody Grace has a worse punting average than Flinoft, Jon Ryan, and Jon Ryan's backup...
1st - WPG 11-3 (15 All-Stars)
2nd - SSK 9-5 (2 All-Stars)
3rd - CGY 8-6 (7 All-Stars)
4th - BC 5-9 (3 All-Stars)
5th - EDM 3-11 (0 All-Stars)
1st - TOR 9-5 (7 All-Stars)
2nd - HAM 8-6 (10 All-Stars)
3rd - MTL 7-7 (7 All-Stars)
4th - OTT 3-11 (3 All-Stars)