[ol]- Montreal (last week 1): Didn’t do anything to show they aren’t the no. 1 team in the league.
- Edmonton (last week 3): Gutsy shootout win against Calgary with Ray looking like the Ray of old slinging it down the field.
- Hamilton (last week 2): An embarrassing performance from the offense in the first half made the Cats look reminiscent of last year’s edition. Still almost pulled off a comeback win against the Riders.
- Saskatchewan (last week 5): Much-needed win mitigated by the home team almost blowing a 23-point lead in the second half.
- Calgary (last week 4): The defense can’t stop the run, and this week, they couldn’t stop the pass either.
- B.C. (last week 7): Still can’t play more than 30 minutes of consistent football, and the quarterback injury carousel is becoming a concern. Needed a fourth-quarter comeback to pull off a win against the worst team in the league.
- Winnipeg (last week 6): Running out of quarterbacks to airlift in. Offense still anemic, but the head coach insists the schemes are fine.
- Toronto (last week 8 ): One of the more spectacular collapses in recent memory.[/ol]