Head to Head: Who has the edge in the Eastern Final?

The Eastern Final between the Toronto Argonauts and Montreal Alouettes gets underway on Saturday as both teams look to punch their ticket to the 110th Grey Cup.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.cfl.ca/2023/11/06/head-to-head-who-has-the-edge-in-the-eastern-final-3

I don’t disagree, but what if Montreal does pull off the upset

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That’s why they’re called upsets. :smiley:As noted a few times previously, the three 15 win teams the past half dozen years all never won the Cup. The only other 16 win team never made it to the Cup. Five of the last 10 GC’s have been won by the team with the worse record.

But hard to argue with the article. The Als haven’t won a game vs the top 3 all year. The Argos only lost when Kelly wasn’t playing the whole game & are 9-0 vs the East, 9-0 at home. Have to say Marshall is calling it the way it is.


As an Argo fan, I acknowledge that even though the Argos were the beast of the East, now, it really is anyone’s game. It is just to hard to predict.

You don’t have to be a genius to know Argos have the better QB , bigger D line, better recievers and two big running pounding backs one of them takes his annual six games leave just before the playoffs ,a CFL salary cap loop hole .
Bon chance Als….