TORONTO — We try not to look too far ahead here in the world of ranking power by the week, but that’s been proving to be difficult recently. What we saw on Saturday didn’t help things much.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.cfl.ca/2023/09/11/power-rankings-something-big-is-brewing
Unfortunate that Toronto only play Winnipeg once in regular season. I like the old schedules better with 2 games against every team in CFL.
I guess the Argos will be redecorating the Ticats dressing room in November, partying like its 1996.
Some of us will be making a profit on our GC tix.
For the second year in a row, the team that hosts the Grey Cup won’t even make it to the play offs. Can’t see Hamilton winning more that 1 of their last 6 games. Meanwhile, I could see Calgary winning 3 of their last 5 games. Specially, considering that by the time they get to the last two games against BC and Winnipeg, it may not mean anything to those two teams.
Not enough Argo fans to go around to buy all those Grey Cup tickets from Ticat fans.
This looks straightforward except I’d be tempted to drop Saskatchewan a level due to the large deficit score. Montreal was more in it vs Toronto.
I get they (Sask) won the week prior, but this is the the most current week ranked.
True. They did not attend in 1996. There is always the Western customer base. Real fans.