CFL Pick 'Em, Week 19: Last week of the season! Time for that final push! The trophy is in the building. Well, it would be if we had a trophy. Or a building. Noted for next year. Make your picks inside.
Calgary gets the job done and clinches first place in the West. B.C. gets the job done and stays in a tie for second. Montreal loses their offensive touch at home; end-of-season relaxation or something more worrisome? And Saskatchewan comes out of its second-half funk in a big way, absolutely embarrassing Edmonton and banishing the Esks to a crossover fate in windy Winnipeg.
|CGY @ HAM||EDM @ SSK||TOR @ BC||WPG @ MTL|
|Result||Calgary by 11||Saskatchewan by 46||B.C. by 23||Winnipeg by 1|
|Margin of Error||8 to 14||32 to 60||16 to 30||1 to 1|
Points are scarce this week, but both tommy and Monica eke out four-point leads, all but guaranteeing their respective trophies. Can anyone stage a final-week come-from-behind push?
|SpoFite||CGY @ HAM||S||EDM @ SSK||S||TOR @ BC||S||WPG @ MTL||S||Points||Total Points|
|Ying Yang Mafia||Calgary||Saskatchewan||B.C.||3||56|
This is it! Final countdowns! Final jostling for seeding! Fan appreciation! T-shirt giveaways! It's been a great year (for those of us who aren't Argos fans, anyway), and it's been great to have everyone here along for the ride. Thanks!
Saskatchewan @ Toronto (Thursday, October 30)
This could still be a game to watch. Saskatchewan's fighting for a home playoff game next week, and Toronto's fighting for anything remotely resembling a win.
Montreal @ Edmonton (Friday, October 31)
Both these teams are home and cool, but still have something to prove in this potential East final match-up. Edmonton needs to rebound after last week, and Montreal can't afford to lose its offense for much longer.
Hamilton @ Winnipeg (Saturday, November 1)
Winnipeg lost two quarterbacks last week. They will not take any chances with anyone else this week. Meanwhile Hamilton's fighting for a chance to finish third for the first time in who knows how long, so they've gotta be the favourites coming in.
B.C. @ Calgary (Saturday, November 1)
This game depends on Thursday night's game. B.C.'s won their season series with Saskatchewan, so if the Riders lose in Toronto, B.C. will clinch second place two days before they play. If Saskatchewan wins, B.C. will need to bring it. You might want to delay your pick for this game until Friday.