From top to bottom, this week’s CFL QB power rankings will probably raise your ire. Heck, I’d disagree with just about every single spot on this list down to #8, and I’m the editor of the freakin’ website. Ah well, if you don’t like these, blame it on Goodpaster…
1) Trevor Harris, Ottawa Redblacks
Harris’s 22 TD passes against seven interceptions shows that he’s been on point all season. While the RedBlacks have not always played well, everybody seems to be getting on the same page in Ottawa, and the RedBlacks look like a Grey Cup contender again.
2) Kevin Glenn, Saskatchewan Roughriders
I would not have thought a ranking like this would have been possible for Glenn. Only one month ago, some were calling for Glenn’s head in Saskatchewan. Now there may not be a hotter QB in the CFL.
3) Matt Nichols, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Nichols’s hot streak came to an end in Saskatchewan on Sunday, but don’t expect Nichols and the Bombers to go away anytime soon.
4) Bo Levi Mitchell, Calgary Stampeders
Mitchell has not played particularly well over the last month, but you know that won’t last much longer. I expect Bo to step up his play as we head toward the CFL playoffs.
5) Mike Reilly, Edmonton Eskimos
Reilly has carried the Eskimos on his back all season longs, and it looks like that load keeps getting heavier and heavier.
6) Ricky Ray, Toronto Argonauts
Much like Reilly in Edmonton, Ray is carrying an entire team and you just wonder how long an older Ray can continue to do so.
7) Travis Lulay and Johnathon Jennings, B.C. Lions
Lulay and Jennings were on the bye week this past week.
8) Darian Durant, Montreal Alouettes
Durant has been as inconsistent as they come this year, and of course so have the Alouettes as a whole.
9) Jeremiah Masoli, Hamilton Tiger-Cats-
Figured we would add Masoli to the CFL QB power rankings, since he helped the Ti-Cats finally win a game.
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