Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 8)

The CFL is entering an interesting time in the season after a disaster for the quarterback position in the early weeks of 2015.

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Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Semi-Finals Week)

It’s November football and for the teams left in the hunt for the Grey Cup that means the weather begins to become a major part of the game. Winter is coming in Canada and so games in the outdoors will have another obstacle to overcome. For the Hamilton Tigers-Cats, Montreal Alouettes, Saskatchewan Roughriders, and B.C. Lions, the weather would make itself known in the division semi-finals this week.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 19)

The CFL season is finished and the road to the Grey Cup has begun as once again the last week of the CFL season has come and gone. It was not an extremely interesting last week of the season with every team clinching their spots. For some teams it was time to get that last adjustment in without risk of losing any ground. Other teams it was a chance to see what they have going into the offseason as the last game of the year would act almost as a last second tryout.

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.

100 Years Later the Cup Returns (100th Grey Cup Review)

The historical season for the CFL came to a close with the 100th Grey Cup in the place where it all started. In 1909 Rosedale Field in Toronto hosted the first ever Grey Cup championship where the University of Toronto Varsity Blues beat the Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club to earn the first Grey Cup. After over 103 years, with a few years off during the First World War, and the Grey Cup would return to Toronto for the 100th edition. The game would feature two very unlikely teams after a very unpredictable season.

Tuesday Morning QB (Week 17)

The Toronto Argonauts are in a unique spot in 2012 as they have the opportunity to make history at home. With the 100th Grey Cup coming back to where it started in Toronto as the city who took home the first Grey Cup, Thanks to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, began the season with some hope to get back to the big game.

TMQB: Thanksgiving Edition (Week 15)

The CFL season is just that much closer to the end as teams continue to fight it out for a playoff spot. The season is coming to a close but the playoff race is far from over as only one team has secured their spot so far. Even with the B.C. Lions becoming the first team to clinch a playoff spot they do not know where they will finish. The top spot in the West is still up for grabs and so is the east as nobody on in that division has clinched the division.

Tuesday Morning QB (Week 11)

It is getting to that point in the season were the true competitors are making themselves known in the CFL .Teams begin to really shape their playoff hopes at this moment in the season and begin looking to separate themselves from the rest of the league. Teams do this through one simple tactic and that is to win. To help them do this teams need true leaders who can come out on the field and change the game. It takes these players to win and to help teams to the Grey Cup and to help win the Grey Cup.

Tuesday Morning QB (Week 7)

Teams in the CFL have now seen the first part of the season come and go and with that came some adjustments in each team. All teams have made small adjustments in the last two weeks as they get their byes to help new players adjust. None of these moves were very big though until this past week when the Toronto Argonauts dropped a bomb on the CFL.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 5)

The CFL finished its fifth week as the season is in full swing and certain things begin to change as teams look to the conference races. There is still plenty of time in the 18 game season but in the CFL change comes quick. With B.C. continuing to look for help on defence expect new players to come in and out until they win. The Argonauts will also be looking for some help as they wait for Stephen Jyles to return in four weeks. Meanwhile Winnipeg and Edmonton continue to find success and are looking to continue the success and make the playoffs.

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