I totally agree that the Stamps have done a great job in not using the injury card this year and probably why they are Grey Cup Champs amongst other notable reasons from last season.
Kent Austin in Hamilton has the same philosophy and after the majority of his team has been lost to injury this year he won't give in and use it was an excuse. The number of starters in the Ti-Cats that have gone down this year and been replaced you could easily build another team in the CFL and be highly competitive.
The problem in places like Saskatchewan when they lost Durant that was it, season done! They still had all the other great players healthy, why couldn't their scouting just have brought in another good QB or two to compete rather than laying hopes on Glenn than he got injured and they were sunk.
The same in Winterpeg, they lost Willy and the slide to the basement started, both teams had their stars injured from the start of the year as in Regina, in Winnipeg at least Willy got some games under his belt and wins but the bombers were never the same after.
Other teams have adjusted to losing starting QB's, this has been the year of lost QB's due to injury. I have to add though that although I respect Calgary for not playing the injury card, they might not be that way if they had lost Bo Levi Mitchell and Drew Tate early in the season or just Mitchell?
Pretty much every other team has lost their starting QB except for Ottawa, Calgary, and part of the season Edmonton with Reilly out.