I would say Calgary will probably be the most improved team, basically because they were so bad last year. Say what you want about Burris, I’ll take him over Kevin “My-Dad’s-The-Owner-So-If-You-Don’t-Let-Me-Play-I’ll-Take-My-Ball-And-Go-Home” Feterik and Tom “It’s-Not-Unusual-To-Fumble-In-Fieldgoal-Range-On-The-Second-To-Last-Play-And-Blow-The-Game” Jones.
Ottawa will improve, but not much. The ownership issue has hurt them in the off season, and they didn’t really do much to improve over last year’s horrid showing.
I believe Hamilton is improving, not in huge leaps and bounds, but rather on a steady pace. They had 9 wins and a tie last year, they’ll probably get 10 or 11 wins this year, and possibly a home playoff game.
Toronto may get a better record, but how much can they really improve when they’re the Grey Cup champions?
If B.C. improves, it’ll be on defence, where they struggled last year, especially in the early going.
I think the rest of the teams will do something similar to what they did last year.