Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 11)

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have reached bit of a breaking point in their season as they would win their second game of the year but have already seen their playoffs hopes fade drastically. The Bombers have been one of the worst teams in the CFL this year as they continue to struggle both on and off the field. It is just another year for the Bombers who have struggled for years with the longest Grey Cup drought in the CFL.

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Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 9)

There is a difference between a contact sport and a collision sport as a lot of sports are contact sports but only a handful are collision sports. Football falls into the collision category with every play in a game resulting in multiple collisions in the field. It is a sport that will do its damage on players and with an average career of 2.5 years in football it can have its impact.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 6)

As all fans know the CFL is a unique league that stands apart from any other football league in the world. There is a different feel to the CFL when you watch a game as the business is not as important as the game itself. A sense of community is the concentration in the CFL giving it a special feel when you’re a fan. It is not only that different feeling that makes the CFL great and unique because above all it is the rules.

TMQB: Late Game Edition (CFL Week 5)

The CFL is a passing league even though the running backs seem to be taking over the league this year. It will always be a passing league no matter how well the running backs do the quarterback will always be the most important player on the field. The QB is the one that everyone looks to lead the team through the rough patches in a league.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 1)

When disaster strikes people look to something to help them find a sense of normalcy that has been taken away. This is what happened in Calgary in the past two weeks as the city and surrounding areas would find themselves under water. Heavy rainfall would bring river levels to dangerous heights leaving many of the surrounding areas needing to be evacuated.

Teams Looking to Gel in the East (2013 Eastern Division Preview)

The Eastern Division is celebrating a win as a whole after 2012 with the Toronto Argonauts winning the 100th Grey Cup. For the East it is a win but for three teams it was a lost opportunity as they would all lose to the Argonauts in the end. Now the East is looking to make it two in a row as they hope to go to Regina and win another Grey Cup.

The Past is Behind Them (2013 CFL Preview)

Last year the Canadian Football League would look to the past for inspiration throughout the year. Nobody could blame them either as it marked the 100th anniversary of the Grey Cup. The entire season was a celebration of the history of the CFL with the Grey Cup returning to Toronto where it was first handed out and bringing a hall of fame tour throughout Canada.

Tuesday Morning QB (Week 13)

This week the Saskatchewan Roughriders announced their plans for a new stadium in the heart of Regina. The new stadium will mean the end to the old Mosaic Stadium one of the classic stadiums in the CFL. It also represents a brand new life for not only the Riders but the entire CFL as the trend of building new stadiums continues.

Tuesday Morning QB (Week 8)

The CFL is a league that centres around the QB more than any other football league in the world. The NFL may be turning into a passing league where the QBs are becoming more essential but the CFL has been a passing league for decades. With only three downs to work with and a bigger field teams need to get the ball out to the edges and extend the field.

Tuesday Morning QB (Week 3)

The CFL is celebrating the 100th Grey Cup this year in a season that will highlight the rich history of the league. There is plenty to talk about when it comes to the history of the CFL with amazing stories around every corner. One thing that makes the CFL so great is the rivalries between many of the teams in the CFL. There is the Battle of Alberta between the Calgary Stampeders and Edmonton Eskimos or the battle of French vs. English with the Toronto Argonauts and Montreal Alouettes.

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