October 29, 2012

CFL Pick 'Em, Week 19: This is it! Nineteen weeks of gruelling decision making all boils down to one last set of picks. Wrap that knee and make your picks inside.

posted by DrJohnEvans to fantasy at 07:05 PM - 11 comments

With the division clinched, B.C. all but licks the stamp in a mailed-in loss in Calgary. Hamilton finally puts the Bombers out of their misery. Toronto shows some initiative and wins in Regina to clinch a home playoff date. And Montreal keeps us guessing by preventing Edmonton form clinching.

ResultCalgary by 20Hamilton by 10Toronto by 5Montreal by 2
Margin of Error14 to 267 to 134 to 71 to 3

tommy narrows the lead, but bender is still four points up. Will it be enough?

SpoFiteBC @ CGYSWPG @ HAMSTOR @ SSKSEDM @ MTLSPointsTotal Points
benderCalgary 5 256
tommytrump Hamilton Toronto6 352
Ying Yang Mafia Hamilton Montreal 248
JPR Montreal 346
Howard_TCalgary Hamilton12 5 444
DrJohnEvansCalgary Hamilton 243
argoalCalgary Montreal 240
MrFrisbyCalgary Montreal 240
ReeverCalgary Hamilton7 Montreal3538
andiemgarcia 034

This is it! Last chance for big money! And by big money, I mean no money.


Hamilton @ Toronto (Thursday, November 1)
Hamilton needs to win to stay in contention. Toronto's home and cool, but it honestly seems like their regulars could use a few more reps.

Calgary @ Edmonton (Friday, November 2)
A win and Edmonton's in, so desperation's on their side. Will Calgary put up much of a fight?

Montreal @ Winnipeg (Saturday, November 3)
Montreal can relax after wrapping up the division title. Winnipeg can relax for less fortunate reasons. Look for the young 'uns playing for 2013 jobs.

Saskatchewan @ B.C. (Saturday, November 3)
This is interesting. Saskatchewan's guaranteed a playoff spot, but a loss this week puts them at risk to be the crossover team. On the other hand, maybe the East road is easier than the West. So I basically have no idea.

Good luck!

posted by DrJohnEvans at 07:05 PM on October 29

Hamilton by 4
Edmonton by 16
Montreal by 17
BC by 8

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 07:33 AM on October 30

Hamilton by 4
Calgary by 4
Winnipeg by 15
Saskatchewan by 14

posted by bender at 12:12 PM on October 30

Hamilton by 11
Edmonton by 14
Montreal by 8
Saskatchewan by 8

posted by DrJohnEvans at 11:13 AM on October 31

Toronto by 5

Edmonton by 6

Montreal by 6

British Columbia by 17

posted by tommytrump at 11:22 AM on October 31

Argos in a nothing game except stay healthy... so ugh, tcats by 9

Edy by 4

wpeg has hardly any QB's left, & monti's Mcpher cant score much... so monti by 7

leos by 5

posted by argoal at 03:37 PM on October 31

Hamilton by 8

Edmonton by 3

Montreal by 10

BC by 4

posted by Reever at 05:13 PM on November 01

Ham by 3

Edm by 7

Mtl by 4

BC by 6

posted by JPR at 05:14 PM on November 01

Toronto by 8

Calgary by 24

Montreal by 16

BC by 10

posted by andiemgarcia at 06:44 PM on November 01

Hamilton by 12

Calgary by 9

Montreal by 22

Saskatchewan by 3

posted by MrFrisby at 06:54 AM on November 02

Once again the CFL has managed to get the day of the week wrong. Does playing on Thursday have something to do with the changeover from daylight time to standard time? Why do you do this to me, CFL? Ah well, this gives me 3 more chances to get it wrong at least.

Stampeders visit Eskimoville with a chance to make the post-season. Stampeders wind up on thin ice, not due to global warming but rather to hostile hosts. Edmonton by 12.

Montreal at Winnipeg: A day for post-season preparation vs a day for next season rebuilding. Montreal will use this as a full contact scrimmage, but try not to get anyone hurt. Meanwhile, Winnipeg will look at what they have, and those who do play will be looking for next year's job. I look for Winnipeg by 3.

Saskatchewan at BC: BC can relax in this one, as they already have a bye into the semi-finals. Saskatchewan also has little to play for other than picking their next opponent. Maybe Rough Riders have something in mind, so I'll go with Saskatchewan by 9.

posted by Howard_T at 03:16 PM on November 02

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