First in the East, gutsy road win, and teams in the West faltering. In a league with almost half the league has 4 wins, they have 6. Toronto is in the driver's seat in the East.
Coming off a bye hosting Calgary, will go a long way to determine how the west playoffs look and if there's a crossover.
3/4 and back to back huge wins to save their season. They're right back in the thick of it in the West.
Back to back huge losses and back to the pack Sask comes. Instead of trying to catch Winnipeg they're now fighting to host a playoff game.
Back to back blown leads. What else is there to say? Glimpses of great D, glimpses of a cohesive O, can't put any of it together for 60 mins.
They would be higher if not for the news on Vernon Adams, it's hard to expect them to contend for the East with Shiltz leading the team, so I had to knock them down a notch or two.
Hard to imagine this team not in the basement but they're showing signs of being a professional football team. Caleb Evans has provided a bit of a spark but not enough to change their fortunes in the standings.
It appears they're moving on from Trevor Harris, Edmonton was once the model franchise that made these types of bold moves and they usually paid off. This one smells of desperation