[ol]- Montreal (last week 1): While they still sit atop the league, a convincing loss to Edmonton exposed the offense’s inability to sustain drives or convert in the red zone.
- Edmonton (last week 4): The addition of T.J. Hill has sparked the D and strengthened the secondary with Malveaux moving out of the linebacker spot. The platoon system at RB is finally paying dividends.
- Calgary (last week 2): Lost a close game to the Riders. Is complacency becoming an issue?
- Hamilton (last week 3): The running game is back, but two of their wins have come against B.C.
- Saskatchewan (last week 5): Broke a two-game losing streak, but still have to prove they can play 60 minutes of football.
- Toronto (last week 6): Turnovers continue to be a problem, the receiving corps is not CFL quality, and Joseph will have to work hard to convince the world that his MVP season wasn’t an aberration.
- Winnipeg (last week 8 ): The offense looks better with Bishop under center, but 18 points in the past two games doesn’t inspire much confidence.
- B.C. (last week 7): A team in disarray in all phases of the game.[/ol]