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1) Calgary Stampeders – The Stamps humiliated the Montreal Alouettes, and don’t look now, but the Stamps found a new weapon in Terry Williams, who scored a hat trick of the touchdown variety. He racked up three TD’s and 156 yards on 16 carries. It was the 25-year-old’s first CFL start, replacing the injured Jerome Messam.

Next Up: BYE

2) Winnipeg Blue Bombers – The Bombers solidified their claim to the number two spot in the CFL with a hard-fought win over the Edmonton Eskimos.

Next Up: Host Hamilton Ti-Cats

3) Saskatchewan Roughriders – The Saskatchewan Roughriders completed a remarkable fourth quarter comeback to hand the Ottawa Redblacks a 18-17 defeat at TD Place Stadium on Friday. The Riders it seems every week become more and more of a complete team.

Next Up: @Toronto Argonauts

4) Toronto Argonauts – The Toronto Argonauts completed an impressive comeback in their 43-35 overtime victory against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday. Quarterback Ricky Ray led the Argos to their first victory at Tim Hortons Field with 330 passing yards and three touchdown passes on 25 completions. The Argos are taking control in the East and seem to be picking up at the right time.

Next Up: Host Saskatchewan Roughriders

5) Edmonton Eskimos – The Eskimos have not won in over a month, but with Mike Reilly at the helm you can’t overlook them.

Next Up: @Montreal Alouettes

6) Hamilton Ti-Cats – The Ti-Cats let one get away against the Aros, but they have come a long way in the last six weeks.

Next Up: @Winnipeg Bluebombers

7) B.C.Lions – The Lions had a much needed bye this past week.

Next Up: Host Ottawa Redblacks

8) Ottawa Redblacks – QB Ryan Lindley was much improved this week, but the Redblacks blew a lead that will probably end their season.

Next Up: @B.C.Lions

9) Montreal Alouettes – This should need no explanation after the debacle in Calgary.

Next Up: Host Edmonton Eskimos