Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 18)

The CFL season is only one week away from the playoffs and the games have already been decided. The Toronto Argonauts and Calgary Stampeders have clinched their divisions while the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Edmonton Eskimos have been officially eliminated from the playoffs. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Saskatchewan Roughriders will host the semi-finals with the Montreal Alouettes and BC Lions going on the road.

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Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 17)

The CFL week would start with plenty of anticipation as the fans can feel the playoffs in the air with the Grey Cup only a few weeks away. As the air gets colder and the snow begins to fall in place the teams in the CFL begin to prepare for the climb to the Grey Cup. For the Alouettes and their fans though this anticipation would turn into a bit of fear for the future.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 16)

The CFL playoff race continues on with only a few weeks left in the season and many of the playoff spots already taken. There is only one spot left in the CFL while the playoff hopes for the one of the teams continue to dwindle. The Eastern Division is the only division that still has a playoff spot available as the Montreal Alouettes and Winnipeg Blue Bombers fight for the last spot and the Als only one win away from clinching. As the playoff picture becomes clearer the talk begins to shift to which team can win the 101st Grey Cup.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 13)

The preparations have begun for the addition to the CFL with the Ottawa Redblacks joining the league next year. With the announcement of the Blue Bombers move to the West and the expansion draft becoming a bigger topic the CFL is ready for its 9th franchise. As the league hopes that this version of the Ottawa franchise is successful the future begins to creep into conversation.

TMQB: Labour Day Edition (CFL Week 10)

The Labour Day weekend marks a major milestone in the CFL as it is one of the biggest weekend in the league. The September long weekend is one of the most important weekends of the year as well with teams truly figuring out where they are. It is past the halfway point of the season but every year the Labour Day weekend seems to be the tipping point for all teams.

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 (Week 7)

The bye weeks are over for the CFL as all teams look to the last few months to try and get one of those coveted playoff spots. With the bye weeks finish every team is looking ahead and two teams would use the weeks to prepare ahead. In Week 6 the Montreal Alouettes would use their time off to decide on their coaching future.

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 4)

The CFL continues to surprise time and time again as teams continue to rise and fall as the season is just getting started. There is always one thing that most seasons will see in the CFL though as the passing game is truly something special. It is the real passing league in North America as 4,000 yard passing seasons are more the benchmark than the exception.

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