Power rankings


[1] Winnipeg: Still in top spot despite loss to Riders
[2] Calgary: Hold on second position tenuous after rout by Esks
[3] Hamilton: Impressive win over Alouettes in statement game
[4] Montreal: Dogfight for East Division title continues
[5] Edmonton: Back on track with blowout win over Stampeders
[6] B.C.: Gathering steam with win over woeful Argonauts
[7] Saskatchewan: Could this be the turning point of the season?
[8] Toronto: Offence in turmoil, especially at quarterback



1 Winnipeg
2 Hamilton (First-year offensive coordinator Khari Jones has, with half a season to work it out, a solid attack.)
3 Calgary
4 Edmonton
5 Montreal
6 B.C.
7 Saskatchewan
8 Toronto

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Perry Lefko at Sportsnet

1 Winnipeg
2 Edmonton
3 Hamilton (There is clearly some energy and leadership that is emerging on this team in all three phases of the game.)
4 Calgary
5 Montreal
6 Saskatchewan
7 B.C.
8 Toronto

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