October 03, 2013

CFL Pick 'Em, Week 15: Home upsets! Road upsets! Winnipeg loses again! There's so much three-down drama, the leaves are turning red from stress. Grab your rakes and make your picks inside.

posted by DrJohnEvans to fantasy at 09:23 AM - 13 comments

B.C. surprises even me at how thoroughly they dominated the Bombers. Calgary does likewise, putting the home team to shame in Guelphilton. Toronto finishes off the best road trip in league history, going 4-4 with four fourth-quarter comeback victories. Back east, Montreal grinds out a much-needed defensive win against the free-falling 'Riders.

ResultB.C. by 36Calgary by 24Toronto by 12Montreal by 5
Margin of Error25 to 4717 to 318 to 164 to 7

cixelsyd keeps pace with the pack, while MrFrisby nails the Montreal spread to jump into contention for second place.

SpoFiteBC @ WPGSCGY @ HAMSTOR @ EDMSSSK @ MTLSPointsTotal Points
cixelsydB.C. Toronto 250
ReeverB.C. Calgary 245
tommytrumpB.C. Calgary 245
MrFrisbyB.C. Toronto Montreal5544
argoalB.C. Calgary Toronto 343
benderB.C. Calgary 243
Ying Yang MafiaB.C. Toronto Montreal 342
ic23bB.C. Toronto 241
JPRB.C. Montreal 240
DrJohnEvansB.C. Calgary Toronto11 438
jjzucalB.C. 137
goddamB.C. Toronto Montreal 334

Every single game this week has an impact on the playoff race! (Note that this is not entirely unusual in an eight-team league.)


Hamilton @ Toronto (Friday, October 4)
Despite Toronto's hot streak, the Ti-Cats could theoretically catch them for the division lead, but that makes this week's game a must-win for them. If they lose, Guelph may see its first CFL playoff game in approximately 600 years.

Saskatchewan @ B.C. (Friday, October 4)
Speaking of catching, if Saskatchewan still wants a playoff home game, they're going to have to stop their four-game losing streak. In British Columbia. That's not a task for the faint of heart.

Montreal @ Edmonton (Saturday, October 5)
Montreal's season could go either way. A few wins and they're got a home playoff date. A few losses and they're eliminated via crossover to these very same Edmonton Eskimoes. A win this week takes a crossover off the table, and that's a start.

Winnipeg @ Calgary (Saturday, October 5)
Will Winnipeg win another game this year? Probably not.

Good luck!

posted by DrJohnEvans at 09:23 AM on October 03

Toronto by 5

British Columbia by 7

Edmonton by 9

Calgary by 21

posted by tommytrump at 10:09 AM on October 03

Toronto by 10

BC by 7

Montreal by 7

Calgary by 24

posted by cixelsyd at 10:59 AM on October 03

Toronto by 16 B.C. by 3 Edmonton by 7 Winnipeg by 13

posted by bender at 11:26 AM on October 03

Hamilton by 3

Saskatchewan by 6

Edmonton by 10

Calgary by 27

posted by goddam at 04:23 PM on October 03

Toronto by 16
BC by 11
Montreal by 3
Calgary by 23

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 05:03 PM on October 03

Toronto by 10
B.C. by 5
Montreal by 17
Calgary by 24

posted by DrJohnEvans at 05:41 PM on October 03

Argos by 5

bc by 3

edy by 1

cal by 19

posted by argoal at 07:01 PM on October 03

Toronto by 14

B.C. by 3

Montreal by 6

Calgary by 17

posted by ic23b at 09:41 PM on October 03

Tor by 3, BC by 6, Mtl by 3 and Cal by 7

posted by JPR at 11:24 AM on October 04

Toronto by 5

BC by 4

Edmonton by 5

Calgary by 15

posted by Reever at 11:28 AM on October 04

Toronto by 9

B.C. by 15

Montreal by 9

Calgary by 4

posted by jjzucal at 02:18 PM on October 04

Toronto by 21

B.C. by 15

Montreal by 11

Calgary by 24

posted by MrFrisby at 06:46 PM on October 04

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