With the CFL's new CBA settled, teams have started to hit the field, and there's no better time to thrust yourself into all the action! From quarterback battles to running back troubles, teams around the league all have interesting storylines to watch in their respective camps. As camp rolls along and preseason games start to… Continue reading 1 Storyline For Each CFL Team at Training Camp – 2022
With the season now just around the corner, now is a great time to take a look at the odds on the CFL futures market for regular-season wins. The oddsmakers at DraftKings Sportsbook favour the Blue Bombers to win the most games. The back-to-back defending Grey Cup champs over/under is set at 11.5 games won. This… Continue reading CFL Odds Makers Set Lines for Regular Season Wins
Training camps have already been delayed around the Canadian Football League, but the first real casualty could come in the form of a preseason game scheduled for Monday, May 23rd, at Mosaic Stadium in Regina. According to TSN's Dave Naylor, the clock is running out for the game between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the… Continue reading Bombers, Roughriders Preseason Game In Question
With seven of the nine CFL teams cancelling the first day of their training camp, the Montreal Alouettes players decided to hit the field for an optional players-only walkthrough. Eugene Lewis, who was on the field on Sunday, shared his frustrations with the current situation and his desire to be back on the field for… Continue reading Alouettes Eugene Lewis Frustrated With Need For Strike
As the clocks on the east coast ticked towards midnight, the CFLPA sent a memo to their players to start a work stoppage for seven of the nine teams. While negotiations fell apart, fans made their voices heard, and to say that no one was overly happy with the news would be an understatement. CFL… Continue reading CFL Fans Express Frustration With CFLPA’s Strike
For the first time since 1974, the CFL is looking at a player's strike. Late on Saturday night, the CFLPA sent a memo to its players to initiate a strike in seven of the nine cities, with Edmonton and Calgary being the exceptions, thanks to labour laws that only leave them in a legal strike… Continue reading CFLPA Strike Hurts Everyone, But Not Equally
We are so often told that if just about any player in the NFL played in the CFL, they would dominate the sport and single-handedly take their team to the Grey Cup. Despite all of the history to suggest that isn't true, it frequently comes up in any Twitter argument. We have seen countless big… Continue reading 5 Big Names That Became Massive CFL Busts
On March 29th, the CFL announced the return of Touchdown Atlantic this season in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, marking the first time a regular-season CFL game will be played in the province. The league will be hoping this will bring the potential Atlantic Schooners expansion team one step closer to playing a down and expanding the… Continue reading What Made the Baltimore Stallions So Successful?
Back in February, we looked back at how the CFL stadium landscape has changed in the last decade. Now it's time to go even further back in time and look back at the old Stadiums that teams have called home in the CFL era. Clarke Stadium - Edmonton Elks (1948-1979) Clarke Stadium - Edmonton Elks… Continue reading A Further Look Back at Former CFL Stadiums
The CFL is Canadian. The CFL has tried time and time again to expand its market southwards towards the United States, including an ill-fated expansion and TV deals that never went anywhere. One day in August 2018 however, viewership for the CFL in the United States soared to over 400,000, even higher than the previous… Continue reading How Did Johnny Manziel Fail In the CFL?