The Als look unbeatable right now. The defense is playing amazing. And their offense hasn't even reached its potential. Throw in the fact that certain key players like Davis Sanchez and Ezra Landry haven't played yet, and you have a really scary prospect: A DOMINANT MONTREAL ALOUETTES TEAM.
Honestly, the East is too weak for the Als. They benefit from having to play the leaderless Ti-Cats and the overrated Bombers. Speaking of overrated, they'll shutdown Ricky Williams who has failed to live up to his expectations. They'll probably wreck the Argos without Grandpa Damon.
In the West, I don't see any team that can seriously compete with the Als. Saskatchewan 's secondary is dismal. The BC Lions receiving corps is depleted. Calgary will be Calgary and find some way to choke. And the Als are hungry for revenge against the Edmonton Eskimos. The Als will exploit each and every weakness of every team. Conversely, no team can take advantage of the Als' weaknesses because I don't think that the Als have one themselves.
Don't get me wrong. I don't even like the Alouettes. But I think that they will win it all this year. Your opinions?
No doubt the Als thus far are the class of the league. But wait, we have seen this explosive start for several years and to include some premature talk of a perfect season.
As we know, the CFL is a marathon and not a sprint.
i just think the als are overrated since they've faced the ticats and bombers twice each, bombers are a good team but matthews know their strategy. ticats suck. and they face them agian this week IIRC, so they'll be 5-0, not as impressive if they had faced more than 1 good team this season