- BC - Ugly win, but good teams find a way to win even on an off night.
- Calgary - Sure they beat up on an amateur football team, but they're rolling right now.
- Montreal - Speaking of ugly wins, if the Riders don't set some kind of record in stupid penalties the Als might lose this one.
- Toronto - Played tough in BC, but made too many mistakes. Luckily they play in the East and that means they're in good shape as contenders.
- Hamilton - Struggling with where to put them relative to Saskatchewan and Edmonton, but for now I'll go here. The gap between 5 and 7 is really thin, though.
- Saskatchewan - Drew Willy didn't look too bad. Shame about the rest of the team.
- Edmonton - This offense scares nobody, and the defense isn't single handidly winning games.
- Winnipeg - We used to hear about how this was actually a talented team that was badly coached. So Joe Mack canned the coach. Since then it's gone from a team that was bad but competitive to a pathetic spectacle where calling it "professional football" is grounds for a false advertising lawsuit. The truth? Firing LaPolice was the biggest management blunder we've seen this season, and the Joe Mack fan club (if it has any members still willing to admit it) was sold a bill of goods about the talent level here. Bad in all facets of the game, and major questions about the lack of leadership from the players. At this point the only hope is that Buck Pierce puts some fire back into this team and doesn't get injured again (but behind that terrible O-Line I wouldn't bet on it).