Saskatchewan by 3

BC by 6

Edmonton by 4

Calgary by 12

posted by Reever at 10:34 AM on October 07

Edmonton by 4

Calgary by 9

BC by 7

Montreal by 4

posted by Reever at 05:53 PM on September 30

Ottawa by 6

BC by 8

Calgary by 10

Hamilton by 3

posted by Reever at 03:13 PM on September 23

Hamilton by 12

Toronto by 3

Ottawa by 3

Edmonton by 7

posted by Reever at 04:26 PM on September 15

BC by 16

Winnipeg by 8

Calgary by 3

Hamilton by 12

posted by Reever at 01:00 PM on September 09

BC by 12

Ottawa by 6

Winnipeg by 15

Calgary by 7

Hamilton by 10

posted by Reever at 04:34 PM on August 31

The West dominated in Week Ten action! BC grinds out a win against Ottawa, Winnipeg comes one step closer to proving they're the real deal with a win over Montreal, Edmonton fends off a pesky Saskatchewan squad while Calgary holds back the Tiger-Cats in Cowtown.

Scores from Week 10 will be posted when Dr. J is able to. For now, here's a look at Week 11.

**WEEK 11**

**B.C. @ Toronto (Wednesday, August 31)**

The Lions are one of the big surprises this season, looking like the Lions of old under old head coach Wally Buono. But the Argos have Ricky Ray back and a chance to take first place in the East. But winning at home hasn't been easy for the Boatmen.

**Ottawa @ Montreal (Thursday, September 1)**

Ottawa is struggling to find its 2015 rhythm, regardless of what QB is calling the plays. But Montreal, despite flashes of brilliance, are still not a consistently good team at home or on the road.

**Winnipeg @ Saskatchewan (Sunday, September 4)**

Banjo Bowl! Winnipeg will be looking to enjoy their newfound success as they stand poised to rub it in their prairie rival's face with a win on the road. But the slumping Riders will have something to say about that at Mosaic Stadium.

**Edmonton @ Calgary (Sunday, September 4)**

The Battle of Alberta game is always fun, but especially this year as the defending Grey Cup champs look to show the Stamps that they still rule the West. But winning in Calgary ain't easy for anyone.

**Toronto @ Hamilton (Monday, September 5)**

Two Argo games is Week 11? You're reading it right. The Boatmen look to catch up with the rest of the league in terms of games played with two this week. The Labour Day Classic sees the Argos head into Hamilton's new stadium where they can't seem to win for love nor money. Maybe this is their year?!

(Apologies for the late posting just hours before game time.)

posted by Reever at 04:29 PM on August 31

Ottawa by 8

Montreal by 4

Edmonton by 14

Hamilton by 3

posted by Reever at 06:01 PM on August 25

Ottawa by 8

BC by 4

Edmonton by 6

Hamilton by 13

posted by Reever at 06:51 PM on August 19

Montreal by 3

Toronto by 5

Calgary by 8

BC by 4

posted by Reever at 07:10 PM on August 11

Hamilton by 4

BC by 8

Calgary by 12

Edmonton by 8

posted by Reever at 09:48 AM on August 03

Edmonton by 10

Saskatchewan by 4

BC by 3

Ottawa by 9

posted by Reever at 12:06 PM on July 28

Winnipeg by 3

Ottawa by 7

Edmonton by 6

Toronto by 8

posted by Reever at 02:53 PM on July 21

Toronto by 4

Edmonton by 7

Hamilton by 3

Saskatchewan by 6

posted by Reever at 02:43 PM on July 13

Winnipeg by 3

Argos by 5

Ottawa by 7

Edmonton by 6

posted by Reever at 02:16 PM on July 07

Ottawa by 7

Saskatchewan by 4

Hamilton by 12

Calgary by 3

posted by Reever at 10:25 PM on June 30

Toronto by 6

Winnipeg by 4

Edmonton by 10

Calgary by 12

posted by Reever at 10:51 PM on June 22

Toronto by 5

Ottawa by 7

Calgary by 3

Montreal by 10

posted by Reever at 11:02 AM on November 06

Toronto by 5

Calgary by 8

Hamilton by 6

Edmonton by 4

posted by Reever at 06:59 PM on October 30

Toronto by 4

BC by 3

Winnipeg by 3

Edmonton by 10

posted by Reever at 10:46 AM on October 23

Winnipeg by 3

Toronto by 2

Edmonton by 5

Hamilton by 7

posted by Reever at 02:17 PM on October 16

Toronto by 5 (against Ottawa)

Hamilton by 2

Calgary by 3

BC by 7

Toronto by 3 (against Montreal)

posted by Reever at 11:57 AM on October 06

Ottawa manhandles Montreal in the nation's capital while Calgary comes from behind to topple the Ti-Cats at home; out west, Edmonton's last-minute field goal crushes the Blue Bomber's hopes of making the playoffs while BC gets it done against the sad sack Riders in Vancouver.

Dr. J will post the standings later this week. In the meantime, here are the previews for this week.

**WEEK 16**

**Toronto @ Ottawa** (Tuesday, October 6)
Didn't we just do this? Yes, but the MLB success of the Blue Jays meant Toronto's "home" game will now be played in Ottawa for the second week in a row. A three-way tie for first place in the East is on the line if the Argos can make it two in a row in Ottawa.

**Saskatchewan @ Hamilton** (Friday, October 9)
Both teams coming off tough losses last week, but Hamilton has much more to play for if they hope to hold on to first place in the East without star QB Zach Collaros.

**Edmonton @ Calgary** (Saturday, October 10)
Battle of the Best in the West! The only two teams to lock up 2015 playoff spots, Calgary and Edmonton are in a bitter race to see who gets home field advantage and a bye week in November post-season play. And Edmonton has QB Mike Reilly back. Can the Esks steal one in Cow-town?

**Winnipeg @ BC** (Saturday, October 10)
If the Bombers have any hope of making the post-season is has to start Saturday with a win against a resurgent Lions team, led by third-string wunderkind Jonathan Jennings. Can Winnipeg coach Mike O'Shea rally his club after a tough loss?

**Toronto @ Montreal (Monday, October 11)**
Toronto gets a bye, plays a game, gets a bye, then plays two games in six days? This is what a nine league team will do to you. Toronto heads into La Belle Province to play a directionless and inconsistent Allouette team. Can the Argos keep Montreal from a coveted crossover spot?

Good luck!

posted by Reever at 11:56 AM on October 06

Ottawa by 5

Calgary by 3

Edmonton by 2

Saskatchewan by 4

posted by Reever at 12:33 PM on October 01

Calgary by 10

Edmonton by 7

Ottawa by 3

Montreal by 4

posted by Reever at 01:14 PM on September 25

Calgary by 4

Hamilton by 6

Saskatchewan by 2

Montreal by 4

posted by Reever at 01:58 PM on September 18

Hamilton by 12

Winnipeg by 3

Calgary by 4

Ottawa by 2

posted by Reever at 11:27 AM on September 11

BC by 7

Saskatchewan by 4

Hamilton by 10

Calgary by 8

posted by Reever at 06:02 PM on September 03

Hamilton by 12

Toronto by 4

Calgary by 8

Saskatchewan by 3

posted by Reever at 03:10 PM on August 28

BC by 4

Hamilton by 9

Calgary by 6

Toronto by 7

posted by Reever at 09:06 PM on August 19

A low-scoring affair in Quebec as Montreal failed to hold off a faltering Eskimo team who squeaked out a victory on a last minute field goal. Toronto gets used to coming back to win as a fourth quarter push sealed the deal in the 'Peg. The Tiger-Cats fired on all cylinders to dominate the Lions in Steeltown, while Calgary avenged a Week 5 loss to the REDBLACKS by utterly destroying them at home.

Dr. J will post the latest scores based on last week's results, but here is a preview of Week Nine to get you started.

**WEEK 9**

**Montreal @ BC** (Thursday, August 20)
Both teams had had rough patches and flashes of brilliance to start the season. Both suffered dispiriting losses last week and are looking to right the ship. Both QBs want to show they're better than their records indicate. Can Montreal begin a two-week road trip with a win?

**Hamilton @ Edmonton** (Friday, August 21)
Hamilton has shown they're *the* team to beat in the CFL this season. Special teams, offence and defence have all found ways to score early and often. Edmonton's defence has kept them in close games, but offensively they struggle without Mike Reilly. Can they snap the Ti-Cats four game winning streak at home?

**Calgary @ Saskatchewan** (Saturday, August 22)
Regina is always a tough place for visiting teams to play, even when the boys in Green and White are 0-7. Third-string QB Brett Smith looked good for the Riders vs Toronto in Week 7 and is a rare bright spot in a dark season so-far. Calgary is fresh off dismantling Ottawa at home and are looking to continue their winning ways.

**Ottawa @ Toronto** (Sunday, August 23)
Ottawa is struggling to find consistency. While they've already doubled their wins from last season, the Capital team wants to show they're competitors. Toronto could be the place to do it, though the Boatmen have shown slow starts don't mean they won't finish strong.

posted by Reever at 01:28 PM on August 17

Montreal by 5 Toronto by 8 Hamilton by 10 Ottawa by 2

posted by Reever at 06:08 PM on August 13

Edmonton by 6

Ottawa by 3

Toronto by 4

Hamilton by 8

posted by Reever at 08:09 PM on August 06

Edmonton by 5

Calgary by 7

Toronto by 3

posted by Reever at 10:45 PM on July 30

Calgary by 5

BC by 2

Winnipeg by 3

Saskatchewan by 4

posted by Reever at 04:16 PM on July 24

Hamilton by 7

Edmonton by 10

Saskatchewan by 3

Calgary by 4

posted by Reever at 05:22 PM on July 16

Ottawa by 7

Montreal by 3

Saskatchewan by 7

Toronto by 2

posted by Reever at 12:53 PM on July 09

Winnipeg by 3

Calgary by 7

BC by 8

Toronto by 3

posted by Reever at 11:44 AM on July 02

Montreal by 15

Calgary by 8

Toronto by 4

Saskatchewan by 10

posted by Reever at 11:31 PM on June 23

Calgary by 8

Cornish

Over

678

posted by Reever at 11:32 AM on November 30

Hamilton by 11

Calgary by 12

Mitchell

Edmonton

posted by Reever at 12:12 PM on November 23

Montreal by 6

Saskatchewan by 3

McCallum

Under

posted by Reever at 11:50 AM on November 16

Ottawa by 2

Calgary by 3

Hamilton by 5

Edmonton by 6

posted by Reever at 02:32 PM on November 07

Hamilton by 4

Calgary by 7

Edmonton by 8

Montreal by 5

posted by Reever at 04:35 PM on October 31

Montreal by 8

Saskatchewan by 4

Hamilton by 6

BC by 7

posted by Reever at 12:27 PM on October 23

Hamilton by 18

Montreal by 2

Calgary by 10

Edmonton by 9

posted by Reever at 04:58 PM on October 17

Toronto by 4

Montreal by 6

BC by 10

Edmonton by 7

posted by Reever at 11:40 AM on October 10

Winnipeg by 3 (since Ottawa has found ways to lose lately)

Calgary by 7

Toronto by 4

Hamilton by 8

posted by Reever at 05:01 PM on October 03

Ottawa by 3

Edmonton by 3

Hamilton by 7 (begrudgingly)

BC by 4

posted by Reever at 05:35 PM on September 26

Toronto by 5

Edmonton by 3

Calgary by 12

Saskatchewan by 18

posted by Reever at 03:34 PM on September 19

For Reever:

Edmonton by 12

Calgary by 8

Winnipeg by 3

Saskatchewan by 10

For JPR:

EDM by 8

Calgary by 10

BC by 5

Sask by 9

posted by Reever at 05:45 PM on September 12

BC by 12

Edmonton by 3

Hamilton by 4

Winnipeg by 3

posted by Reever at 03:09 PM on September 05

Montreal by 3

Saskatchewan by 13

Toronto by 4

Calgary by 6

posted by Reever at 08:45 PM on August 29

Winnipeg by 8

Edmonton by 3

Calgary by 17

BC by 4

posted by Reever at 11:05 AM on August 22

Toronto by 3

Edmonton by 8

Calgary by 6

Saskatchewan by 14

BC by 4

posted by Reever at 09:48 PM on August 11

Winnipeg by 3

Edmonton by 13

BC by 5

Calgary by 9

posted by Reever at 09:18 AM on August 07

I don't think I have ever seen so few points scored through five weeks than this. But this has been an odd season so far to say the least.

So here's to week six:

Winnipeg by 7

Montreal by 4

Calgary by 10

Saskatchewan by 10

posted by Reever at 07:09 PM on July 30

Calgary by 6

BC by 7

Ottawa by 3

Saskatchewan by 8

posted by Reever at 04:07 PM on July 24

Winnipeg by 6

Toronto by 4

Calgary by 7

BC by 8

posted by Reever at 03:23 PM on July 17

## CFL Pick 'Em, Week Seventeen

Hamilton by 6

BC by 5

Saskatchewan by 3

Calgary by 14

posted by Reever at 04:52 PM on October 14