O’Leary’s in desperation mode.
TORONTO — It’s rare that a reduced offering of games can carry a lot of weight, but that’s exactly what we have in Week 20 of the CFL season.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.cfl.ca/2023/10/17/prediction-time-cfl-ca-writers-week-20-picks-2
Looks like one writer is rolling the dice to try to make a dent on the lead. Really should be no drama in any of the games.
This team’s a “Horse With No Game”. The lion doesn’t sleep tonight. Adams is on fire. A BC win puts a wee bit of pressure on the Bombers though I can’t see them losing 2.
The Riders are close to lapping the field in reverse. Why stop now? The Argos likely play Kelly for the last 2 games at least part time. There is some motivation at this point. A historic 16-2 season is very possible considering they have the Riders & REDBLACKS left. The Riders look like they lost the plot some time ago.
Should the Lions win I expect the Bombers to ensure they have the top spot wrapped up. The Elks are already looking ahead to exit interviews & warmer climes. I don’t expect the Bombers to take them lightly.
The article is wrong about Saskatchewan obtaining a “playoff sealing” win. Although a win would go a long way, Calgary still controls their own destiny and Saskatchewan is out of Calgary wins their last two games even if Saskatchewan obtains that “playoff sealing” win. Unlikely I know and unlikely either team will win this week, but a Saskatchewan win by itself doesn’t clinch or seal anything.
Is O’Leary desperate or clever ?
We shall see There’s a little desperation in my pool picks as well.
Good to see O’Leary not following the others = let’s hope that he is right.
Anything can happen in sports but have a feeling Chris feels at this point, he has nothing to lose and everything to gain by going against the odds. Wouldn’t that be something if he goes 3 for 3.