Not sure about the correct order for the top six teams, though you have to put Winnipeg first.
There are a few things to consider regarding the Stamps strength. They have the most rookies and the fewest years of experience of all the teams this year so a slow start could be expected, especially with no preseason. They have shown significant improvement in the second half of the season. They have not been blown out in any of the games they have played.
They came within a whisker of beating Winnipeg, there was the suggestion that a head on wind gust stopped the game winning field goal from crossing the uprights. They beat Sask 2 weeks in a row, once in Sask and once at home. They lost the third game against Sask after Sask came off their bye week. It is not surprising to not win 3 games in a row against a team like Sask.
They beat BC inspite of a rare off night for the Stamp defence.
I believe the Stamps are the most improved team of the year. Will this be enough for them to make a playoff run, only time will tell.
It has been a really mild fall throughout the league. We haven't had a chance to see how the teams will adjust to a serious bout of subzero weather in the playoffs and who will adapt best.