Alright! I'm WAY over .500 now. Well, maybe not way over, but more that .501 like last week. Still trailing the pack, but I think I'm in first place in the eastern division. :oops:
My picks for week 11:
B.C. @ Ottawa - The Lions aren't doing that well so far, but they have been able to beat up on eastern teams. And well, the Redblacks are the probably the worst eastern team of them all.
Calgary @ Edmonton - The Stamps keep on rolling. And the Eskimos will probably just roll over again. Home field advantage doesn't exist between these two teams, as half the population of each city tends to head to the other one on weekends that don't involve a football game between the two. So the crowd's going to look like it's decorated for Xmas again - half in red, half in green with a bit of gold tinsel thrown in.
Hamilton @ Montreal - Collaros looked great for the Ticats last weekend, especially considering he hadn't played in eight weeks. A bit better ball control by others on the team, and the game would have been over by the half. (Of course, the same could be said of the Argos, but those turnovers were due to great a Ticat defensive effor, of course.) the Als also have a pretty good QB in Crompton, but still not quite there. the Ticats shouold be able to steal this one.
Saskatchewan @ Winnipeg - I think the Riders should be able to take the second half of the back-to-back against the Bombers. Again, home field means nothing for the Banjo Bowl.