Isn't this funny, RW2005 has such a low opinion of the fan960 which gave a bad review of his beloved stamps(QB's), yet seems to have a high opinion of Sportsnet which gave a good rating to his QB's.
yet both don't really have good football coverage so why either would have good coverage is odd.
if I got to I would rather go by someone first off with an un-biased opinion like the american from Louisianna who does the Rouge, White and Blue(Bedell)
All teams have "bad" depth right now if they have an un-proven QB.
Calgary, Winnipeg, Montreal, Edmonton are all tied as none of their QB's have proven something at the CFL level.
BC - many QB's who have won games
Hamilton - Maas/Butler have both won and are atleast 5 year vets
Sask - Crandell has won a Grey cup, Joseph.. he's a good backup
TO - Bishop has won games, including strong playoff games, Allen has won cups but is getting old.
For now several teams have depth, but I can easily see a few of those teams(TO and Hamilton) cutting one of their vets.
Maas and Allen both seem like they may be moved for the right price, but by saturday they could just be cut, in which Maas will be getting offers from MTL, WPG and Edmonton to be the backup(push the starter).
Allen could very well retire on saturday.
So then it goes to only 2 teams having depth Sask and BCL.
Calgary fans may say their backups look good same with fans with any other CFL team that has alot of CFL rookie QB's in camp, but it is always the same story wait until the game.
Heck sportnet said there was nothing behind banks, but Banks was the Bombers 3rd or 4th Stringer thus why he's in MTL now.
so this perception of veteran backups is wierd, montreal has a Vet backup(now 2 actually) but Banks and Brady aren't exactly quality QB's.
IMO, neither will be starters but their happy because they have "veteran back-ups"