It will be an interesting year, every team has its challenges. Some bigger then others.
For Montreal, it is can they rebound or will the slide continue.
For Toronto, the defense saved them last year, will they have an offense this year. It is doubtful.
For Hamilton, it is getting on track with the core players they have. They have had difficulties doing that over the last few years with reasonably good players.
For Winnipeg, age is a big concern. Can they take it to the next level. They beat Toronto because Toronto had no offense. But they couldn't beat Sask.
For Sask, it is the coach can he motivate the team to continue to excel. Tillman will continue to be a distraction.
For Calgary, can the move from underachievers to real contenders or will a quarterback controversy implode the team.
For Edmonton, nothing has changed, Maas not the threat he once was, and definitely not with that line of Edmontons. Perry was an upgrade to anything they had. So a small step in the right direction.
For BC, as long as Wally whiner is there they will be competitive. It will be interesting to see who will be the starter. Coming in declared as the starter is different then starting being defaulted to you because of injuries. The defense won allot of games for them last year. I expect that will continue.