Week three against the Rams will go a long way to showing us what the Bills really are

The Buffalo Bills have turned some heads with a 2-0 start that saw them beat the New York Jets in week one 27-17 and the Miami Dolphins in week two 31-28. What lies next for the Bills is their first game against a team that isn’t in the middle of a rebuild. The Los AngelesContinue reading “Week three against the Rams will go a long way to showing us what the Bills really are”

Will We Ever See Josh Rosen in the CFL?

Three years ago, Josh Rosen was a first-round pick in the NFL by the Arizona Cardinals. You would have thought the idea of Rosen heading to the CFL was impossible, but things have changed a little bit. Rosen is now on his third team in as many seasons after signing with the Tampa Bay BuccaneersContinue reading “Will We Ever See Josh Rosen in the CFL?”

Chase Claypool Is the Next Canadian to be an NFL Star

Before the NFL Draft at the end of April, all of the talk was about Ottawa native, Neville Gallimore who was eventually drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the third round. The hype was placed on the shoulders of the wrong Canadian. Chase Claypool was born in Abbotsford, British Columbia in 1998. Before committing toContinue reading “Chase Claypool Is the Next Canadian to be an NFL Star”

Why Can’t the CFL Capture Canada Like the Toronto Raptors?

It’s no secret that over the past two years, the Toronto Raptors have captured the imagination of Canadian’s all over the country. People have flocked to the Raptors in droves to be a part of Canada’s team, but why haven’t they swarmed Canada’s league in the same way? People will say that it’s because theContinue reading “Why Can’t the CFL Capture Canada Like the Toronto Raptors?”

The CFL Needs a Video Game to Take the Next Step

Video games have quickly become an integral part of a sports league in North America and around the world. Games like FIFA, NBA 2K, EA Madden NFL and EA NHL give a big boost to the leagues they simulate and help grow the game. The CFL is missing out on a massive opportunity right nowContinue reading “The CFL Needs a Video Game to Take the Next Step”

Labour Day Classic Memories: Roughriders Vs. Blue Bombers

This post was written by Dave Spadafora The Labour Day Weekend just won’t be the same this year. Since 1949, it has been the cornerstone of the Canadian Football schedule. “It’s when the real Season starts” is what I have often heard from fans, and media types alike. Since there will be no Football thisContinue reading “Labour Day Classic Memories: Roughriders Vs. Blue Bombers”

What Should the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Do With the QB Spot?

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats seem to be in a little bit of a pickle when it comes to who the club’s next starting quarterback is going to be, and that decision hasn’t been made any easier by the 2020 season being cancelled. In 2019, the Tabbies fell short of winning their first Grey Cup since 1999Continue reading “What Should the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Do With the QB Spot?”

Will the 2021 Season be a Party or a Letdown?

With the nail in the coffin on the 2020 season, CFL fans have turned their attention to the 2021 season and beyond. As of right now, the fate of the CFL sits in the palm of the hand of COVID-19. Should the disease last long enough, it could possibly be the thing that kills theContinue reading “Will the 2021 Season be a Party or a Letdown?”

What the #BlackLivesMatter Movement Means for the CFL

People say that sports and politics don’t mix, but what about when Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fist wearing a symbolic black glove, what about Colin Kaepernick taking a knee to protest the injustices for African Americans? The truth of the matter is that sports and politics have always been an inseparable couple.Continue reading “What the #BlackLivesMatter Movement Means for the CFL”

McLeod Bethel-Thompson Opts Out of CFL Contract

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, McLeod Bethel-Thompson has opted out of his contract and is looking for an NFL opportunity. In three CFL seasons, Bethel-Thompson has thrown for 6,227 yards, 35 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. He spent all three seasons with the Toronto Argonauts and made the playoffs only in 2017, where heContinue reading “McLeod Bethel-Thompson Opts Out of CFL Contract”