September 26, 2012

CFL Pick 'Em, Week 14: We're still in the thick of divisional races, and we still have a race in the pool. Check your horse's teeth and make your picks inside.

posted by DrJohnEvans to fantasy at 02:43 PM - 10 comments

Winnipeg rights the ship with a win against the Ti-Cats. B.C. notches the comeback in Edmonton. Finally, in a couple of key divisional battles, Montreal and Saskatchewan hold their ground at home.

ResultWinnipeg by 22B.C. by 1Montreal by 21Saskatchewan by 5
Margin of Error15 to 291 to 115 to 274 to 7

Tough week for points, but bender hits the Saskatchewan margin to regain his lead.

SpoFiteHAM @ WPGSBC @ EDMSTOR @ MTLSCGY @ SSKSPointsTotal Points
bender B.C. Saskatchewan4338
tommytrump B.C. Montreal 237
JPR B.C. Montreal 235
DrJohnEvans B.C. Montreal Saskatchewan 332
Howard_T 22B.C. Montreal 330
MrFrisby B.C. Montreal 229
andiemgarcia 028
apoch 028
Reever B.C. 128
Ying Yang Mafia B.C. Montreal Saskatchewan 328
argoal B.C. 127

It's another divisional grudge week as the league scheduler does his darndest to jump-start the title races.


Montreal @ Hamilton (Friday, September 28)
Hamilton is flailing after a hot start, and can even see Winnipeg (!!) in their rear view mirror. The Alouettes, meanwhile, has shown once again that the road to the playoffs goes through Montreal. This could get ugly.

Edmonton @ Calgary (Friday, September 28)
After B.C., the rest of the West is up for grabs. Calgary has a big chance here to make life difficult for the Eskimos.

Toronto @ Winnipeg (Saturday, September 29)
A win! A win! Winnipeg notched a win! But can they do it again? Toronto's playoff hopes desperately hope not.

B.C. @ Saskatchewan (Saturday, September 29)
Three wins in a row for B.C. -- is it too early for them to start coasting? (Probably.)

Good luck!

posted by DrJohnEvans at 02:43 PM on September 26

Montreal by 11

Calgary by 5

Toronto by 2

British Columbia by 16

posted by tommytrump at 02:55 PM on September 26

Montreal by 13
Calgary by 5
Toronto by 22
Saskatchewan by 3

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 12:25 AM on September 28

Montreal by 18
Edmonton by 3
Toronto by 7
Saskatchewan by 5

posted by MrFrisby at 07:03 AM on September 28

Hamilton by 13
Calgary by 13
Winnipeg by 3
Saskatchewan by 9

posted by bender at 08:32 AM on September 28

Montreal by 14
Calgary by 8
Toronto by 11
B.C. by 2

posted by DrJohnEvans at 09:46 AM on September 28

Montreal by 10

Calgary by 6

Toronto by 4

BC by 7

posted by Reever at 11:20 AM on September 28

Montreal by 10

Calgary by 8

Winnipeg by 6

BC by 8

posted by JPR at 11:22 AM on September 28

Rainy day here in New England, 3 new cats on hand, and now I have to train them in the fine art of football picks. So far only 1 of the 3 shows any interest, the other 2 are still trying to figure out where they are. Now for the unassisted choices.

Montreal at Hamilton: The little birdies head for the litter box, but the kitties won't be able to do anything about it. The birds drop their deposit (just like they do on my truck) and go on, while the kitties lick themselves and try to figure out what happened. Montreal by 21.

Edmonton at Calgary: What has happened to the Eskimos? Has global warming altered their lifestyle? It's no such cataclysmic event, rather they are going through a bit of a rough patch. Will they avoid being trampled in the Stampede? I think not, as save for a couple of games early on, Calgary has been in every one they've played. Calgary by 9.

Toronto at Winnipeg: While Argonauts have been up and down this season, and a bit more down than up, they still appear to be head and shoulders better than Blue Bombers. Winnipeg did wake up against Hamilton last week, but will that energize them for the rest of the season. It will work for at least one game. Winnipeg by 4.

BC at Saskatchewan: Lions go to Saskatchewan thinking they'll be partaking of some chopped liver. Saskatchewan is not chopped liver, they are Rough Riders. Does this faze a hungry lion? Not at all. BC by 10.

posted by Howard_T at 06:01 PM on September 28

monti by 8 cal 9 Augh! wini by 2 bc 2

posted by argoal at 07:18 PM on September 28

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