Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 9)

The CFL changed their weather protocol this year after long weather delays became more prevalent and for the first time it affected a game.

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Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 14)

The CFL playoff race is underway but the BC Lions will need to go into their playoff race trying to ind a spot without a key member after a big injury in Week 14.

CFHOF Profile: Doug Brown

It takes a special mixture for someone to become a cult hero in the CFL but Doug Brown figured it out through hard work as he was a Winnipeg favourite his entire career.

CFHOF Profile: Derrell “Mookie” Mitchell

Derrell Mitchell quickly became one of the best receivers in the game and eventually earned one of the toughest benchmarks in the game reaching 2,000 yards in a season.

CFHOF Profile: Rodney Harding

Despite a lack of proper stats Rodney Harding remained one of the best defensive lineman in the league with some big totals throughout his years in the CFL.

CFHOF Profile: James West

Winnipeg has not always been a forgettable team in the CFL and this year fans get to remember their dominant years with James West heading to the Hall of Fame.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 9)

The Montreal Alouettes have been a team of change over the last few years with two of their biggest pieces leaving the team.

CFHOF Profile: Dave Dickenson

There is little doubt as to the most important position in football as the quarterback is the beginning and the end to every offensive play in football.

CFHOF Profile: Eddie Davis

Defensive back Eddie Davis comes from the same time period as his fellow hall of famer Bob Wettenhall but had a completely different view.

CFHOF Profile: Gene Makowsky

There is something special about football in the middle of the country as there is no bigger hotbed than the prairies.

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