Chris Schultz's 2007 CFL Preview

http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/feature/?fid=11051

At the risk of sounding very sarcastic, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats have a lot to look forward to, considering they only have to win five games to improve on last year's total.

No argument here. Chris is an excellent analyst, however, he didn't really go on a limb or anything. Perhaps that's because he's a rather large specimen, or attempting to be insightful and receptive at the same time.

So, he thinks the Blue Bombers will go 11-7 and we will be 9-9. Who does he see as being under .500?

Stay tuned to see if it all balances out.
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For a QB that is supposedly “washed up” , to be released before training camp and be “lucky to be playing anywhere” to get the Head Coach’s professional endorsement as the number one plus a revamped O-line and more weapons optimism is more than reasonable.

As long as the east teams beat the west teams during the season all the east teams can be over .500 technically. Not reality I know, but, just to answer your question.