Ugh! 1-3 last week, and I drop to #31, and out of the World Beaters. Yikes! Time to resume my climb up the standings, and to make up lost ground.
Hamilton @ Toronto: True, this game is not going to be at Tim Horton's Field, but does anyone who watched Monday's game honestly think it matters? The Argos are the inferior team and proved it in every way. Can Ray play? I hope he does; the Argos are a better team without him. Lack of home field makes this closer. Hamilton by 20.
Saskatchewan @ Winnipeg: One win doesn't sell me on the Riders. I'm betting Nichols plays for the Bombers, whether he starts or not, and they get the revenge they're looking for. Bombers by 9.
Calgary @ Edmonton: Reilly came in last week and finally started to move Edmonton's offence. He'll start next week and, coupled with Edmonton's defence, will pull out a victory at home. Esks by 5.
Ottawa @ B.C.: The RedBlacks are a hard team to read. So are the Lions. On a normal day I might pick Ottawa, but with Lulay out, I'm DEFINITELY picking Ottawa. B.C.'s greatest offensive weapon, Andrew Harris, has been a complete non-factor these past few games. RedBlacks by 4.