Well, as mentioned, it is going to be a cluster of rankings this week…and especially tough week to evaluate how clubs measure up to each other at the moment….and tight standings in both divisions!
Calgary – Calgary imploded in the game, but managed to come back. My question is if it were to happen again would they come back from 17 down? Also, can they get away from stupid penalties? Barring week 1, all of their games have been very tight…good teams win close games…they are 2 of 3. Great run D, high potential on O, BUT can Glenn play 2 full complete games in a row?.
Saskatchewan – Imploded against the Stamps. Will they learn some valuable lessons from this? The offense looked improved, and the D played well…all until 5.5 to go. Some real questions on coaching decisions with shuffling, and emptying the backfield late.
Hamilton – Has the O come together to what we all know it can be? Andy is now involved, and looked great. Will he and Williams be “the “ tandem? This could be a scary offense if they continue to click.
Edmonton – They already had a good D…we all knew that…now they are putting up points. E-T went public a couple weeks back and people slammed that…perhaps it worked and motivated the club…will it stick?
BC – Has Lulay been figured out? 4INT and 3 TD in 2 games. The Lions are capable of being the best team in the CFL…is it lack of preparation or motivation?
Toronto – an unconvincing win over a struggling team, a loss, a squeaking…the Argos looked to be heading in the right direction, but have seemed to level off…Their ST needs to improve, and their D is lacking in comparison to the last several years. This is appearing more and more like an average team, but could look better with improved ST and 1 more good WR.
Montreal – Montreal seems to be hot and cold. They are an interception away from being 1-3, with the 1 win over a struggling Bomber team.
Winnipeg – On the bright side they are home bound for 4…rough start to the season. This team lost a lot of depth over the off-season, and really did not address much of the issues they knew they already had. I hope for better luck, but fear it will be a long season unless a QB steps up and does something spectacular.