Ok which team will make the playoffs? Either 3rd or 4th, crossing over to the east. The way the Riders are now gives them a reason to start playing other tahn for their jobs, so I wouldn't be surprised to see both teams start winning some more games than they shouldn't. The thing is only one can make the playoffs, and by the way both have been playing it is hard yet to decide which one will come out on top at the end of the year.
1st and 2nd: Edmonton and BC, flip a coin as to the order.
4th: Saskatchewan who crosses over
The reason I pick this is because Ottawa will not be winning many more games, if any. I say a western team will indeed cross over, even if it isn't Saskatchewan. The Hamilton team is going to start winning sooner or later but not good enough for anything close to playoffs, and if they beat Ottawa that will put both teams in quite a whole out east. I think Ottawa will win the series with Hamilton 2-1 however but then proceed to lose every other game on the year.
The reason why I pick Winnipeg to finish above Saskatchewan is because Winnipeg is going to be winning some games. They already have 3 tough games against Edmonton and Montreal out of the way. Just wait till the Bombers get playing Hamilton and Ottawa, or even this game against Toronto. I still think Toronto should win but just you wait, the Bombers will get going. I predict they will be winning a game against BC, and the other games against Calgary. They will also be winning both games against the Riders come Labour Day as usual, which will put them in a pretty good position above the Riders.
Now to Calgary, I just can't say I feel confident that these guys will win anymore games. They play Edmonton 3 times, which they will indeed lose all 3, and I don't like their chances of beating the Riders or Bombers again. They will also lose all the games to Montreal and Toronto. I don't see Calgary beating anyone but Ottawa or Hamilton in the year from this point on.