Grumble grumble, stupid Calgary leaving me at 2-2, grumble grumble...
Oh well. Onward!
Edmonton (2-7) at Ottawa (1-7). Battle of the bottom feeders. Ottawa had the week off and will have a bit more desperation. But it wouldn't shock me at all if Edmonton won.
BC (7-1) at Saskatchewan (5-4). The Riders aren't the powerhouse at home they used to be, and BC looks like they can beat anyone at any time.
Hamilton (3-6) at Montreal (3-6). ARG. My toughest pick of the week. Logic says my Als should prevail. We're at home, Hamilton has injuries, and we only lost to the Cats last time because Harris was pulled for concussion protocol on a late hit, before he could complete our comeback. I thiiiink we're due for a win. But heart fears that we'll find a way to lose to Hamilton yet again...
Calgary ( ) at Toronto (4-4). Both teams are coming off tough losses in games they should have won, but Calgary is the better team and the Argos scare no one playing at home.
Per sources, Andrew Harris has injured his chest in his last game against the Tiger-Cats; he may have sustained a torn pectoral muscle, meaning that he could be out for the remaining of 2022 season. Would be quite a loss for the Argos. Their offence was entered on Harris; furthermore he is a National player. After their next 3 games, I will not be surprised if they are 4-7.
Went 2-2 last week but happy to see BB & TO lose, it'll keep the standings tighter.
Ott-- Devil for punishment that I am, they always let me down when I pick them here.
BC-- Homeboy thing, nothing more, nothing less, no logic needed.
Mont-- Tough one to call, needed the old tunnel coin toss, zero confidence here.
Cal-- Because I love to hate TO, it would keep the East really interesting (well, sort of).
And what the heck does GCC stand for anyway? (I got the CFL part figured) TA