1 - Montreal (2-0) - A complete shock to me, I expected them to be in the basement of the east. Yet they've had two stellar wins, and Calvillo has looked incredible in both.
2 - Saskatchewan (2-0) - A little bit of a shock, as with Crandell at the helm I didn't expect as much out of the Grey Cup Champions. Yet they've proven me wrong, even without Crandell and Flick they managed to beat BC.
3 - Calgary (1-1) - After beating BC by 10 in week 1, they took part in a shootout against the Eskies, coming out on the losing end by just 3 points. Still the team looks good.
4 - Edmonton (1-1) - After taking a beating from Saskatchewan in week one, they pulled out a close win at home against Calgary, I'll need to see more from them before I'd consider bumping them past Calgary.
5 - Hamilton (1-1) - After having a poor home opener, and by poor I mean absolutely horrible. They managed to pound the Argos in Toronto, something they haven't done since 2001. After watching Montreal play Winnipeg, I get the feeling that the home opener wasn't as bad as first thought though.
6 - Toronto (1-1) - Beating Winnipeg in week 1, didn't seem like much of a victory for the team, they didn't play together, or very well for that matter. Follow that up with a pitiful performance against the 'Cats, and you have the worst 1-1 team in the league. Add in two question marks at QB, a pissed off owner, and a coach who looks lost, and you could have a very bad season by the Argos.
7 - BC (0-2) - To be honest, I wasn't sure whether or not to put Winnipeg or BC here, but since BC had lower expectations than that of the Grey Cup Finalist Blue Bombers, I figured that I'd give them #7. A huge shock to see the Lions 0-2 out of the gates, I would like to say I expect a turn around, but with Jackson at QB, that seems very unlikely.
8 - Winnipeg (0-2) - Complete shock, losing to Montreal is one thing, as they've looked incredible, but losing to the Argonauts is different. This team went to the Grey Cup last year, and it's basically the same team. I don't know what's going on, but it needs to be fixed or else Winnipeg may end up being the unlikely bottom team in the East.