Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 13)

The CFL has struggled to find Canadian quarterbacks as it is the one position that just can’t be solved but with Brandon Bridge ending another drought in Week 13 things are looking up for Canadians under centre.

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Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 19)

Week 19 was the end of an era in the CFL as Mosaic Stadium saw their final home game from the Roughriders in the end of a historic stadium but the beginning of a new era.

Tuesday Morning QB (Off-Season Outlook)

The CFL season is over and after a great Grey Cup it is time for every team to start looking ahead to the off-season.

101st Grey Cup Preview

The 101st Grey Cup may not have the history behind it that the 100th Grey Cup did but there are plenty of great stories before the game begins. The 100th Grey Cup was all about the long and storied history of the CFL but for the 101st Grey Cup the stories would come from the teams themselves. Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will bring plenty to talk about when they face off in Regina this weekend.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 8)

The CFL is fast approaching the halfway point of the season and teams are starting to work out where they sit in the league. They are done their early season jitters and are looking towards the playoff race that is only a few weeks away. Some teams are hoping to sustain their play and carry it to the Grey Cup. Other teams are looking to take the last chance they have to turn things around before they get buried underneath the other teams.

Tuesday Morning QB (Week 5)

The CFL is a league that rarely sees much big controversy off of the field with suspensions rarely handed out and with players rarely getting into much trouble. There are always fines and bad behaviour as the sport of football just lends itself to this type of intensity. Despite these minor incidents the league is generally well behaved as the controversy of many leagues and the suspensions handed out tends not to be a major issue.

Can New Faces Topple the Beasts of the East?

The Eastern Conference has been ruled by the Montreal Alouettes for years but last year that changed when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers took the Eastern Division Title. This year the Bombers and Alouettes will look to battle it out again but the two Ontario teams have different thoughts.

Will Youth Rule in the West?

The Western Division of the CFL, like the rest of the league, has gone through a number of changes in the offseason. Most notably for the West, there will be a lot of new faces that are stepping up to lead the team.

A Season of History (2012 CFL Preview)

Canadian Football has reached a milestone as the CFL will celebrate the history of the game throughout the year. The reason for this celebration being that the CFL will officially hand out the Grey Cup for the 100th time at the end of the 2012 season.

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