I'd say 34-20 in the Lions favor if Brady is the starter and plays the whole game
I'd be tempted to actually call it closer if Maas lights himself a fire and crams some of the playbook in before tomorrow to be able to come in at relief for Brady if he can't manage the game; its not like the guy didn't take his share of hits in steeltown, and he has a new motive to play hard; namely to show his detractors in Hamilton that he's much better than his former teams' record and his seeming lack of composure at times indicates.
Arius is right. The Leos have more injuries than all the other teams in the league combined, so you have to subtract a few TDs on account of that... but only a few because their back-up guys are good enough to start on other teams... just not the Leos...
Marge: Homer, your work called. They said if you don't come in on Friday, then don't bother coming in on Monday.
Homer: Woo-hoo! Four-day weekend!
:lol: Don't know why your post reminded me of that...
As much as I want my Als to pull out a win, it's not happening. B.C. wins a close game, made closer because we'll have Strickland, Ellis, and Romero back so hopefully our run D won't be pitiful like it was last week.
BC might return to first place if 2 games go as expected. Hard to find reasons in favor of Montreal. BC has better defense, offense and apecial teams. Also BC has beaten Montreal in 12 of 13 previous games.