Week 5 was a tough week for most of us, with several "upsets" and three of four games won by the visitors. But the first three games were decided by a total of five points, which means we saw some typically exciting CFL action. The standings are posted here.
Now we're into the bye weeks. Now that we're all used to watching copious amounts of football again, they cut our supply in half. The CFL schedule makers should be forced to take classes in addiction to learn what that kind of withdrawal can do to a person.
As usual, the bye weeks are combined into one long week. This thread will act as the thread for both weeks. You can make your picks one week at a time, or all together if you prefer. The scheduled kickoff time is still the deadline for getting your picks in. I will still post the standings after Week 6. However, a "perfect week" is only awarded to those who go 2-0 in Week 6 AND 2-0 in Week 7. (In other words, you still need to go 4-0 to get credit for a perfect week.)
For those new to the forum, here's a rundown of the rules:
To join in, just start making picks.
Reply to this thread with your picks for the games. You're encouraged to elaborate, but only the predicted winners are taken into account, and your picks must be clear at a glance without having to read a big long post. There are no conditional picks allowed.
Picks must be in by the scheduled kickoff time, or they will not be counted.
To change your picks, post a new message to the thread. Do not edit your original post.
The complete rules are posted here.
Here are the games for Week 6:
Montreal @ Winnipeg
B.C. @ Toronto
And for Week 7:
Calgary @ Hamilton
Saskatchewan @ Edmonton