CFL Positional Ranking at the Halfway Mark

Bombers soaring, Redblacks (not) scoring, Elk fans are in mourning (of their offence). What a wild, wild CFL season it has been through 10 weeks. I happened to take a quick glance at TSN’s top 50 CFL players heading into the 2021 season. Brandon Banks was number one. Bo Levi Mitchell was number two. TheContinue reading “CFL Positional Ranking at the Halfway Mark”

Stampeders Beat Roughriders for Second Straight Week

It was tense, not always pretty and a great advert for Canadian football with plenty of big plays! This game always promised to be exciting. Fixtures between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Calgary Stampeders rarely disappoint and this was no different. Calgary marched into this game with their season on the line, looking to their quarterbackContinue reading “Stampeders Beat Roughriders for Second Straight Week”

Will Trevor Harris be the Elks Quarterback in 2022?

With all of the things happening with the Edmonton Elks organization, the play of Trevor Harris has been somewhat swept under the rug and rarely talked about. It’s really a well-known fact at this point that Harris is mired with inconsistencies from game to game, but for some reason, those highs haven’t been very highContinue reading “Will Trevor Harris be the Elks Quarterback in 2022?”

CFL Week 10 preview: Roughriders Vs. Stampeders

A lot can change in a week in the CFL. Last Saturday, the Saskatchewan Roughriders marched into McMahon Stadium with a 5-2 record looking to pile more misery on the 2-5 Calgary Stampeders who were truly in desperation mode. 23 Stampeders points and some questionable final drive play calling from Jason Maas later, and theContinue reading “CFL Week 10 preview: Roughriders Vs. Stampeders”

Them Against Themselves for the Edmonton Elks

I’ve refrained from saying anything that could remotely be construed as negative about the Canadian Football League, its players or teams. It’s been a rough year-plus for all of us, for the league, its players, teams and fans. The capacity to find positive in all of this is something we all need. If I’m accused ofContinue reading “Them Against Themselves for the Edmonton Elks”

Caleb Evans Did Enough to Earn Start On Monday in Montreal

Not every game can be as easy as the first start of Caleb Evans’ career in week nine against the Edmonton Elks was, something that was proven in his week 10 start against the Toronto Argonauts. Despite throwing three interceptions (two of them going for touchdowns the other way), Redblacks head coach Paul LaPolice hasContinue reading “Caleb Evans Did Enough to Earn Start On Monday in Montreal”

Carleton Ravens Look to Rebound After Panda Game Loss

It’s not easy losing what could be considered the biggest game of the season, especially when it’s against your biggest rival in front of roughly 15,000 of your peers. That’s the exact situation that the Carleton Ravens football program is facing right now after a crushing 19-17 loss at the hands of the Ottawa Gee-GeesContinue reading “Carleton Ravens Look to Rebound After Panda Game Loss”

CFL Fantasy Football – Week 10 Preview

Well, it’s another long week, so to make a single and complete Fantasy preview is hard because we are several days away from depth charts for nearly all games but here’s an early look at my thoughts for games starting Wednesday and running through Thanksgiving. Total CFL Pick ‘Em  I think we’ve come to theContinue reading “CFL Fantasy Football – Week 10 Preview”

Calgary’s Big Upset, Montreal Stuns Hamilton – Week 9 CFL Recap

Calgary holding off Saskatchewan was probably the biggest upset of Week 9 in the Canadian Football League, but it wasn’t the only highlight. The others being Montreal’s win in OT against Hamilton and Ottawa stopping Edmonton. In what was a heart-stopping finale to the week’s schedule, Calgary (3-5) without a doubt scored the biggest upsetContinue reading “Calgary’s Big Upset, Montreal Stuns Hamilton – Week 9 CFL Recap”

More Aussies in the CFL Than Ever Before

Australia’s links with the CFL go way back, probably further back than you might think.