CFL Playoff Pick 'Em, Division Final Edition: Overtime! Upsets! Heart, grit, etc. etc. etc. You don't really care. You just wanna know if you scored any points. Find out and make your picks inside.
posted by DrJohnEvans to fantasy at 10:10 PM - 15 comments
Crazy times! Toronto takes the turnover battle and grits out a tough win in Hamilton. Highlights »
Out west, B.C. blows an early lead over Saskatchewan, but comes back to force overtime with a Hail Mary touchdown as time expires. Four rounds of overtime later, though, it's Saskatchewan who emerges victorious with a game-winning Jason Clermont touchdown. Highlights »
It's a party at the top! I gotta come up with more bonus questions.
Toronto Argonauts (9-9) @ Montreal Alouettes (12-6) (Sunday, November 21)
Well, Montreal is without question the class of the East. And with a future Hall of Famer in Anthony Calvillo, a stable of strong receivers, and a formidable defence, there's a reason why they're 10-point favourites in the Big O against the Argos. But... the Argos have arguably the league's best running back, a top-notch defence, and the ability to break it open on special teams. Plus they've played Montreal very well this year. It's a tough underdog to take, though. A tough one.
TSN.ca Eastern Final Preview »
Saskatchewan Roughriders (10-8) @ Calgary Stampeders (13-5) (Sunday, November 21)
This is a tough one. But for a late-season slide, this game could be played at Mosaic Field instead of McMahon stadium. Both teams feature a dominant quarterback, a strong running back, and a defence that gets the job done. The Stampeders have to get a slight home edge, but you have to think that there will be one or two green shirts in the stands as well.
TSN.ca Western Final Preview »
Name the quarterback who will throw for the most yardage.
2010 CFL Passing Leaders »
Defence Wins Championships Bonus
Name the team who will have the most sacks this week.
2010 CFL Sacks Leaders »
posted by DrJohnEvans at 10:10 PM on November 18
Montreal by 27
Saskatchewan by 6
posted by tommytrump at 12:11 AM on November 19
Toronto by 3
Calgary by 17
posted by grum@work at 12:14 AM on November 19
Montreal by 14
Calgary by 14
posted by owlhouse at 01:43 AM on November 19
Montreal by 12
Sask by 7
posted by cixelsyd at 09:55 AM on November 19
Montreal by 17
Saskatchewan by 6
posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 03:44 PM on November 19
Monti... Monti...? NO, I am going with my Argos by 2
Sasky by 2
posted by argoal at 04:35 PM on November 20
Ooh, this is gonna hurt. As much as I would like to see a rematch of last year's cup, and as much as I'd hate to see the Stumps win it on Edmonton soil, I think it's gonna be Cowtown vs. the Larks in the Coupe Grey. Therefore:
Montreal by 18.
Calgary by 3.
Calvillo for yards.
Stamps for sacks.
posted by Spitztengle at 06:56 PM on November 20
Who among you SpoFites plan on hitting E-town for the big game next weekend? I've got a line on some primo tickets if you're looking. It's shaping up to be a pretty awesome weekend by the looks of things.
posted by Spitztengle at 06:59 PM on November 20
Montreal by 18
Saskatchewan by 7
posted by bender at 08:57 PM on November 20
Montreal by 12
Calgary by 7
posted by DrJohnEvans at 11:40 AM on November 21
Montreal by 11
Calgary by 5
posted by Reever at 12:45 PM on November 21
Montreal by 16
Calgary by 8
posted by JPR at 12:49 PM on November 21
So according to TSN boxscores:
Toronto 17 - Montreal 48 [Boxscore]
Saskatchewan 20 - Calgary 16 [Boxscore]
Calvillo - 334 yds
Burris - 229 yds
Durant - 180 yds (over 100 to Getzlaf alone)
Lemon - 169 yds
Montreal - 5
Saskatchewan - 3
Toronto - 2
Calgary - 1
posted by Spitztengle at 10:38 PM on November 21
This is a serious question...does anyone know of any bars in Seattle where CFL fans gather to watch games?
posted by vito90 at 11:44 AM on November 22
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