Okay, Saskatchewan spoiled my perfect week last week and ended my 9-game streak. But tied for 10th is something to be proud of, after being tied for 21st just two weeks ago.
Winnipeg @ Ottawa: Winnipeg has lost 3 in a row, and is 0-6 on the road. Ottawa has also lost 3 in a row, but is 3-2 at home. As bad as Ottawa has been lately, you know the Bombers are suffering when their best player is their punter. Renegades by a field goal.
Calgary @ Hamilton: The Tiger-cats stunk on Saturday, and were shut out for the first time in 26 years! You know they'll be anxious to show they're better than that. Calgary played terribly on Friday, but won, which will give them the impression that they're better than they are. The Cats have won two in a row at Ivor Wynne, and should make it three with a 5-point win.
Montreal @ B.C.: I think this may be the game where the streak ends. I've got a feeling, and it's so strong that I want to pick the Als. And if this were at Molson Stadium I probably would. But it isn't, so I won't. Lions by 6.
Edmonton @ Saskatchewan: You know how I know Edmonton will win? They're not the Bombers, and they're not the Tiger-cats. Saskatchewan is a combined 5-0 against Winnipeg and Hamilton, meaning they're a combined 0-6 against everyone else. Bad news for the Riders, since all the rest of their games are against...someone else! The Eskimos should be able to leave Taylor Field with a 10-point victory.
Summary: Ottawa over Winnipeg, Hamilton over Calgary, B.C. over Montreal, Edmonton over Saskatchewan.