I don't know what I'm more excited about: my Cats beating Montreal to take over first place in the East, or moving into a tie for 20th in the pool.
Who am I kidding? It's the Cats!!
Edmonton @ Winnipeg: Brink doesn't have what it takes to be a starter in this league. (Then again, the last guy I said that about was Danny McManus, so I guess even I can be wrong from time to time.) They might have a chance, being a home game against a team with question marks at QB, but picking the Bombers is a gamble I'm not willing to take. Esks by 6.
Toronto @ Montreal: The Als are stinging after their loss to Hamilton, and the Argos may be a little over-confident after squeaking past the eighth-place Bombers. Toronto has yet to impress me, having failed to beat a team without an injured starter at QB. As long as Calvillo stays healthy, there should be no problem here. Als by 12.
Hamilton @ Saskatchewan: This is not the same Hamilton team that was embarrassed by these Riders in Week 1. Their offence has started to gel, as evidenced by Henry Burris' 90% completion rate, 360 yards and 4 TD against Montreal. We're beginning to see the team people were talking about in the off-season. Plus, it's worked for me the last two weeks, so I'm going to sink or swim with these guys. Cats by 11.
B.C. @ Calgary: B.C. is too good to drop three in a row. Kevin Glenn is good, but inconsistent. We've seen Good Kevin two weeks in a row; that was an anomaly when he played here. Everything I look at points to B.C. in this one. Lions by 9.