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October 02, 2011

CFL Pick 'Em, Week 15: Nail-biters! Blowouts! Powerful disappointments! Week 14 had it all! Get pumped for Week 15 and make your picks inside.

posted by Reever to fantasy at 11:54 AM - 12 comments

Montreal holds off Winnipeg to win a nail-biter in Swaggerville, while the Lions pull off a win in the newly renovated BC Place. Calgary just embarrasses Saskatchewan at home, while Hamilton all but eliminate Toronto from the postseason.

Lots of points awarded this week, and a few spreads were nailed. Apoch gains 6 to stay in the running, but Reever nabs 8 points to stay on top.

The playoff race is really heating up, as both divisions are seeing races for the top spots!

WEEK 15

Winnipeg @ Hamilton (Friday, October 7)
Winnipeg is still riddled with injuries, and Hamilton is a tough place for any visiting team. Hamilton can move into a second place tie with a win.

Calgary @ BC (Saturday, October 8)
A clash of the titans in the West! BC is on a six-game winning streak, but Calgary looked impressive last week against Saskatchewan.

Toronto @ Montreal (Monday, October 10)
Montreal looks to cement their grip on first place in the East with a win over the hapless Argos.

Saskatchewan @ Edmonton (Monday, October 10)
Both teams lost last week, but Edmonton made it respectable. Edmonton looks to stay in the hunt for first in the West with a win over the hot-and-cold Riders.

Good luck!

(Sorry it's not as spiffy as what Dr.J does. But it'll do.)

posted by Reever at 01:12 PM on October 02

Bender's Week 15 picks from last week:

Hamilton by 21 Calgary by 7 Montreal by 2 Edmonton by 10

posted by Reever at 11:25 AM on October 03

Hamilton by 10

BC by 10

Montreal by 17

Edmonton by 24

posted by cixelsyd at 04:00 PM on October 04

Hamilton by 17

British Columbia by 11

Montreal by 31

Saskatchewan by 11

posted by tommytrump at 05:40 PM on October 04

Hamilton by 6

BC by 13

Montreal by 21

Edmonton by 17

posted by rumple at 11:07 PM on October 04

Can't wait until late Friday afternoon for this week's picks. Wife has a long weekend off from work (something about some Italian sailor), and we are off for a weekend getaway to the city of my birth. It's not like a real long trip; Boston is only about 45 minutes away, but we'll hit a few nice restaurants, walk the Freedom Trail (while I bore wife with excruciating historical detail), and just enjoy the town. Have to go to the Bunker Hill Monument because wife is descended from Col. William Prescott, one of the heros of the battle. My ancestors at the time were hurrying to Canada to get away from the patriots.

So on the subject of travel, here goes:

Winnipeg going to Hamilton should mean that the Blue Bombers run out of fuel and crash. Tiger Cats by 10.

Stampeders gallop west to BC, but run into a pack of Lions. The Stamps want to avenge their loss to the Lions at home, but will fail. BC by 4.

Toronto has a short trip in store when they head east to Montreal for a nice autumn afternoon. By Monday night they'll wish they'd stayed home. Montreal by 18.

Rough Riders head northwest across the prairies to oil country. Eskimos will be safe in their igloo. Edmonton by 15.

posted by Howard_T at 12:07 AM on October 06

Which Hamilton will show up to the game? The one that beat Calgary in Moncton with 55 points? Or the one that could only beat Toronto because of TO's own errors?

Hamilton by 4

Calgary by 5

Montreal by 17

Edmonton by 8

posted by Reever at 11:58 AM on October 06

"I'm sorry, but we don't serve faster than light particles in here" said the barman.

Winnipeg by 7

BC by 14

Montreal by 21

Edmonton by 7

A neutrino walks into a bar...

posted by owlhouse at 09:24 PM on October 06

Hamilton by 5
B.C. by 10
Montreal by 28
Edmonton by 2

posted by DrJohnEvans at 04:30 AM on October 07

P cats by 3

Lions by 4

Larks by 13

Eskes by 9

posted by argoal at 01:04 PM on October 07

Hamilton by 9

BC by 8

Montreal by 11

Edmonton by 7

posted by JPR at 04:21 PM on October 07

BC by 17 Montreal by 10 Saskatchewan by 3

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 12:15 AM on October 08

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