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1). Calgary Stampeders (15-2-1)

Calgary handed the ball to Drew Tate in Week 19. The veteran threw the ball 37 times, completing 22 passes for 218 yards and a pair of interceptions.With the loss, the Stamps came up just short of setting the CFL record for most points in a season.

Next Up: Bye

2). B.C. Lions (11-6)

B.C. has a dominating win in Saskatchewan. This team is good enough to win a Grey Cup if Jonathon Jennings can just be consistent and not turn the ball over.

Next up: Host Saskatchewan

 

3). Edmonton Eskimos (9-8)

In what was a potential playoff preview – depending on if the Esks remain the crossover spot when the regular season ends  –  it was Edmonton who came out on top of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday night.The Esks came back from an early Tiger-Cat lead in the first quarter to defeat the Tabbies 29-26.Derel Walker scores two touchdowns in the victory, as the Eskimos jumped back into the win column and are still chasing the Lions and Bombers in the West.

Next Up: Host Toronto

 

4). Winnipeg Blue Bombers (10-7)

missed their chance for a home playoff game, and will now need to see how the remainder of the season plays out before discovering their Semi-Final matchup.The two teams will meet again on Friday night in Ottawa to close out their respective regular season campaigns.

Next Up: @Ottawa

 

5). Ottawa Redblacks (8-8-1)

Henry Burris was solid, completing 23 of his 33 passes for 338 yards and no touchdowns, while Mossis Madu racked up 125 yards and a touchdown on the ground, as the Ottawa REDBLACKS defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 23-10 on Saturday night. It’s the second-straight East Division crown for the REDBLACKS. They  now have a bye directly to the Eastern Final on Nov. 20.

Next Up: Host Winnipeg

 

6). Hamilton Tiger-Cats (7-10)

Zach Collaros was back after missing two games with a concussion. He played well, but not well enough to get the win. Collaros being back will make Hamilton a threat in the playoffs.

Next Up: Host Montreal

 

7). Montreal Alouettes (6-11)

Rakeem Cato and Vernon Adams Jr. combined for a great performance under center for the Als, while Nik Lewis achieved a pair of CFL milestones, as Montreal took down the league-leading Calgary Stampeders 17-8 at Percival Molson Stadium.

Next Up: @Hamilton

 

8). Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-12)

The Riders were led by a tag team of quarterbacks made up of Darian Durant and Jake Waters, the two playing intermittently with the 24-year-old Waters getting his first taste of action as a pro — but in the end that offense could must little against a white and orange defense that appears to be hitting its peak.

Next Up: @B.C.Lions

 

 

9). Toronto Argonauts (5-12)

Bye week.