3-1 last week. How did I know the Lions were going to lose? The Argos on the other hand are obviously out to get me -- probably because of my vocal stand on that whole Bashir Levingston thing -- and threw that game on purpose. :lol:
Ottawa @ Toronto: The first-place Argos have now lost two of their last 3 games, but their struggles are nowhere near those of the Renegades. A 5-game losing streak, with this game in Toronto looming over their heads. After a bye week sandwiched by two games against the Ticats, they still have to finish the season with a game against the Alouettes before facing these Argonauts again. Surely even the most optimistic Renegades fan would see no more than two more wins this season; and one of them won't be here. Argos by a dozen.
Edmonton @ Hamilton: I love the Ticats. I really do. I plan to renew my season tickets next year, and hope for a vastly improved team in '06. I still expect them to show up and play some entertaining football for the rest of this season, but if they get another win, it won't likely come at the expense of the Eskimos. They lost by just 9 earlier in the season at Commonwealth, and they'll be at home here, but they'll be nowhere near as close. Conservatively, and because I love my Ticats, Esks by 15.
Montreal @ Calgary: This game has a playoff feel to it. Montreal is still in real danger of finishing third in the east, and Calgary, who may finish fourth in the west, could easily steal their playoff spot. The Als know they have to win this game to prevent that from happening. Calgary still has a realistic shot at 2nd place, and have won 3 in a row. The toughest call of the week; I'm picking Montreal by a point.
Saskatchewan @ B.C.: The Lions must be fuming after their first loss of the season. Saskatchewan is on a winning streak, but none of those 4 wins were against the Lions. After starting the season with 11 straight wins, I seriously doubt they'll put together back-to-back losses. B.C. by a touchdown.
Summary: Toronto over Ottawa, Edmonton over Hamilton, Montreal over Calgary, B.C. over Saskatchewan.