TSN rankings: http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/feature/?id=97698 (Sask, BC, Calgary, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Montreal, Edmonton)
Sportsnet rankings: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/cf ... -top-spot/ (Sask, Calgary, BC, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal)
CBC rankings: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/opini ... k-3-1.html (Sask, BC, Calgary, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Montreal, Edmonton)
And for my rankings, where the league is really dividied into two groups (the good teams, and everyone else):
- Saskatchewan - Unbeaten, easy.
- BC - Can't take much from a rainy game against Edmonton, but Calgary has more injury problems.
- Calgary - Injury problems leave question marks, still a dangerous team against anybody in the league.
- Winnipeg - SOMEONE has to go here, because you can't rank everyone 7th. Will be very dangerous if they figure out how to score points.
- Toronto - Very tiny gap between 4 and 5, they could move themselves into best in the East without a lot of improvement. Not that best in the East really says a lot this year.
- Hamilton - Not so much about them, but how everyone else ranks around them.
- Edmonton - Arguably worse than Montreal, but they're in a rebuilding year and not facing panic mode. Plus, they might get better as Reily gains experience.
- Montreal - Ugly, ugly, ugly. All is not right on this team, and losing Flory is going to make things even worse for AC, who was already a sitting duck trying to run an offense that the team doesn't seem to believe in. Fans are already drawing knives for the coaching staff.