Power Rankings

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beat the # 2 and 3 teams and we are still ranked 3rd???

oops 4th. were ranked 4th. im too angry to type or add apparently lol

Still have a worse record then the 8th and 5th ranked teams.

The Pinty's Power Rankings over on CFL.ca. Same 1 - 5.

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  1. Calgary Stampeders
    Week 13 Ranking: 1
    It wasn't pretty, but the league's top-ranked team scrapped out a win against a talented BC defence. Jon Cornish had another big day on the ground and is moving closer to the rushing lead, while the Stampeders added some distance ahead of the rest of the competition.

  2. Edmonton Eskimos
    Week 13 Ranking: 3
    What a way to bounce back for the Eskimos, who responded to losing three of four with a 24-0 win against division rival Saskatchewan. John White's return sparked a pair of 100-plus yard rushing efforts, while Edmonton's defence was unbeatable as the Eskimos slide into second place.

  3. Saskatchewan Roughriders
    Week 13 Ranking: 2
    The Roughriders were bounced to third after another rough outing for Tino Sunseri and the offence, shutout 24-0 by the hated Eskimos. A key test back home against the Stampeders is on tap, where the Riders will have to show improvement if they hope to avoid slipping further.

  4. Hamilton Tiger-Cats
    Week 13 Ranking: 6
    Another East vs. West win for the East Division, as the Ticats continue to roll ever since moving into their new stadium on Labour Day. This weekend's win was far from perfect, but it was their first road win of the season and it's given them sole possession of first in the East.

  5. BC Lions
    Week 13 Ranking: 4
    The Lions showed fight on the road against the top-ranked Stampeders, but in the end couldn't overcome the dominant downhill running attack of Jon Cornish. More will be needed from Kevin Glenn and now Stefan Logan, as the Lions approach the stretch run minus running back Andrew Harris.

  6. Montreal Alouettes
    Week 13 Ranking: 8
    A defensive touchdown gave the Alouettes the lead in the first half, and they never looked back on the way to a close win over the hungry Ottawa REDBLACKS. Jonathan Crompton looked quite human, but did just enough to move to 4-1 as a starting CFL quarterback.

  7. Toronto Argonauts
    Week 13 Ranking: 7
    A second September bye week means the Boatmen will be well-rested, heading into a stretch of five of six remaining games at the Rogers Centre. Coming off a dominant win over BC and a strong offensive showing against Calgary, the Argos seem poised for a big late-season run.

  8. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
    Week 13 Ranking: 5
    The Bombers moved the ball during a 16-11 loss to the Ticats last weekend, but couldn't close the deal, especially late in the game with an opportunity to come away with the win. They've lost four straight and six of seven, and look to get back in the win column against the REDBLACKS.

  9. Ottawa REDBLACKS
    Week 13 Ranking: 9
    Another hard-fought game for the REDBLACKS, but they couldn't complete the comeback despite some late-game magic. The defence continues to hold them in games, while the offence is showing signs of improvement after a tough loss against the Montreal Alouettes.

true but we are punching way higher than our record shows. to be behind the Riders is crazy. its power rankings and they don't have even have a qb worth noting

My unofficial Power Rankings(based on recent play,not based on how popular a team is or how many games they won earlier on)
Rank...TEAM..............RECORD..LAST 5 GAMES RECORD..CURRENT STREAK
#1......Calgary Stampeders (10-2)(Last 5 games....4W..1L..1 Game winning streak)
#2......Edmonton Eskimos (9-4)(Last 5 games......2W..3L..1 Game winning streak)
#3......Hamilton Ti-Cats (5-7) (Last 5 games.......4W..1L..3 Game winning streak)
#4......Montreal Alouettes(5-8)(Last 5 games......4W..1L..2 Game winning streak)
#5......B.C.Lions (7-6) (Last 5 games..............2W..3L..2 Game losing streak)
#6......Toronto Arg@s (4-8) (Last 5 games.........1W..4L..1 Game winning streak)
#7......Saskatchewan Riders(9-4)(Last 5 games...3W..2L..1 Game losing streak)
#8......Winnipeg BBombers(6-7)(Last 5 games....1W..4L...4 Game losing streak)
#9......Ottawa REDBLACKS (1-11)(Last 5 games..0W..5L...5 Game losing streak)

now that's better :thup: . id even go as far as have EDM 3rd. with SSK al little lower.

Although we beat them, Edmonton is a very strong team. They deserve #2.

Exactly, and as someone else pointed out, how is Hamilton seated behind the riders, after we beat them good the last time. They have no starting quarterback, and have lost 2 or their last 3 games, their only victory came against an expansion team that took them to overtime while we have won 3 in a row all against western teams.

This silliness that they call a "ranking" is not to be taken seriously.

here is my silliness

cal
ed
tor (Because they are getting people back)
ham
mont (because this darn team just will not lay down and take a playoff off)
sask
bc
wpg
ott