Okay, just like the real CFL, we're now down to the Final Four. I'd like to congratulate those who have been eliminated on a great season. Finishing in the top 8 is no easy task, especially when over 90 people are participating, and over 60 take part on a fairly regular basis.
The standings are posted here.
The top four participants advance to the Divisional Finals. They are:
I'm going to post the post-season rules again, just to make sure everyone is clear. I think the top 4 all know what to do, but I don't want anyone to say they didn't understand. As always, you can still view a more complete list of all the rules here.
- Anyone may still make picks, but only those who qualify will have their picks count.
- You must make your picks by FRIDAY NIGHT AT MIDNIGHT, or they will not be accepted.
- On Saturday, I will post who gets which teams. No team may be selected by more than half the participants. Priority will be given to the higher-ranked participants. This is to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to advance. However, regardless of your ranking, PICK THE TEAMS YOU THINK WILL WIN, and allow me to make any necessary changes. Don't choose the team you think you'll end up with. That can easily backfire on you, as it has on people in the past.
- Make your picks as normal. All the same rules apply re: clarity, elaboration, and changes (though the deadline is Friday at Midnight.) You've all done this before, so I know you know what to do.
- Though I may CHANGE your picks, I will not ASSIGN picks. So no matter what your ranking, you must make picks or you will have no picks entered. Unlike the regular season, a person who goes 0-2 will be ranked higher than someone who goes 0-0.
- After the games have been played, participants will be ranked based on how they did in the current week. Their previous ranking will be used only as a tie-breaker.
- The top 2 will qualify for the Grey Cup.
So now, here are the games for the Divisional Finals:
B.C. @ Montreal
Calgary @ Saskatchewan