2018 CFL Preview: East Division

The east division has not had the best success against the west leading to a movement to eliminate divisions altogether but two straight Grey Cup wins for the east these four teams are putting their own argument together.

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2018 CFL Preview: West Division

The West Division has been the best division in the CFL for years but in the last two they haven’t been able to get it done in the most important game of the year.

2018 CFL Preview: 5 Storylines to Watch

The CFL Season is about to begin as an extra week have extended the year and a new season means a lot more to watch for with a commissioner just getting comfortable and big changes taking most of the headlines heading into 2018 season.

2017 CFL Preview: East Division

The Eastern Division has not been the most competitive over the last few years but things might just be turning around as teams are finding their way back to being competitive.

Rider Nation is Ready (2013 Pre-Season Grey Cup Preview)

The Grey Cup will travel to one of the most loyal and loud fan bases in the CFL when they go to Regina in November. After last year’s celebration of the history of the Grey Cup with the 100th Grey Cup in Toronto the CFL will highlight what the league can be to a community. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are a team that represents the success a franchise can have in a community.

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.

Who Will Enter the History Books?

The CFL this year has seen a number of changes shocked the CFL with more moves than usual in the offseason. It was a very turbulent offseason and it was all for one reason as teams looked to make that run at the Grey Cup this year.

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.

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