Yeah, I think that's it in a nutshell. Just too add...if they can't stop the run, then Burris and the O better score often, not like last week when they crapped the bed in the 4th.
Check out the National Post prediction by Matthew Scianitti:
[b]HAMILTON AT WINNIPEG[/b]
With all this parity — seven teams are either 4-2 or 3-3 — there are at least a few constants developing: Hamilton’s defence is completely unreliable, and Winnipeg is creative when making mistakes. So the crux of this game ought to come down to Hamilton’s bruised defence — veteran linebacker Markeith Knowlton and defensive back Bo Smith are out — against the Bombers’ third starting quarterback, Joey Elliott, and Winnipeg’s penchant for a ridiculous interception, stupefying special teams turnover or outrageous defensive mistakes. Or all three.
The Bombers, leading with 20 giveaways, are more charitable than they are competitive. There will be little generosity shown to head coach Paul LaPolice and general manager Joe Mack come Friday.
He also picks both Toronto against Calgary, and Montreal to lose against Edmonton