CFL Quarterback Rankings – Offseason 2022

When we last did this exercise just under a year ago, the CFL was a much different place. They were coming off the lost 2020 season and it was nearly impossible to know who was going to maintain their 2019 level and who wouldn't. It resulted in quite a jumbled list with Matt Nichols being… Continue reading CFL Quarterback Rankings – Offseason 2022

NFL Can Learn From the CFL’s Overtime Rules

If an NHL game goes to overtime, both teams play a three-on-three game for five minutes, a winner is determined if a team scores, if not it goes to a penalty shootout. This is a fair system as both teams have an equal chance to score. If an NBA game goes to overtime, a five-minute… Continue reading NFL Can Learn From the CFL’s Overtime Rules

Ranking the CFL Stadiums

The CFL Stadium landscape has been dramatically changed from what it was a decade ago. Since 2012, four teams now call a new stadium their home, and of course, we’ve had a team added to the league in that time with the Ottawa RedBlacks, and their TD Place Stadium has been renovated since it last… Continue reading Ranking the CFL Stadiums

Ranking the Away Uniforms in the CFL

The offseason and ranking lists, a glorious combination! Everybody loves uniform rankings, right? Today it's the away uniforms will be focusing on, purely just away uniforms, so no alternative/third uniforms this time, so be prepared to get familiar with the colour white. 9. Saskatchewan Roughriders Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Cody Fajardo throws the ball during CFL… Continue reading Ranking the Away Uniforms in the CFL

Super Bowl Chances for the NFL’s Canadians

Another year, another crazy season in the National Football League. After week 18 we’re now ready for playoff football, and with more Canadians playing down south than ever before, we were always bound to get a healthy contingent of Canadian players making it to the postseason. Six playoff teams have at least one Canadian on… Continue reading Super Bowl Chances for the NFL’s Canadians

Canadian Sports Rivalries – Edmonton Vs Calgary

It’s January 22nd, 2022. The Edmonton Oilers are playing at home in the National Hockey League against the Calgary Flames. Despite both teams' recent downturns in form, the Flames and Oilers have been in playoff contention so far all season, and both teams will look at a rivalry game as the perfect opportunity to not… Continue reading Canadian Sports Rivalries – Edmonton Vs Calgary

O’Connor Sees More Canadian QBs Emerging in Future

When taking a historical look at the Canadian Football League, one of the things that stands out is that more Americans than Canadians have played the key position of quarterback. Overall, there have been eight Canadian quarterbacks who have started in the CFL since its establishment in 1958. And if you add the years prior… Continue reading O’Connor Sees More Canadian QBs Emerging in Future

4 Ways the CFL Can Improve Popularity

We all love the CFL and its distinctly Canadian identity, but the game could be in much better shape when you compare it to the major four North American sports, especially with the younger generations. While some people will argue that those people don't matter, the reality is that they do, and probably more than… Continue reading 4 Ways the CFL Can Improve Popularity

5 Bold Predictions For the CFL Off-Season

Things move at a break-neck pace in the Canadian Football League both on and off the field and that becomes especially true in the offseason. It's both a blessing and a curse, but any player could be on the move at any time. This offseason is already shaping up to be one of the more… Continue reading 5 Bold Predictions For the CFL Off-Season

What Should the CFL Do With the Ratio Rule?

When it comes to Canadian Football League fans, something that they seem to be as passionate about as sticking to three downs is the ratio. It is the system based on nationalities that the CFL uses to compile a team’s roster. Although it wasn’t called such then, the ratio had its origins way back in… Continue reading What Should the CFL Do With the Ratio Rule?