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.

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Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 20)

The CFL Playoffs are here and for another year many believe that the Roughriders will have the easiest path to the Grey Cup but the east is out to prove that there are no easy games in the playoffs.

2017 CFL Preview: West Division

The CFL’s western division is the most talented in the league and although the east is rising the west remains the top division with the top teams making the fight to stay at the top the toughest in the league.

Tuesday Morning QB (Off-Season Outlook)

With the champion being crowned the CFL is moving on to the 2017 season as every team has work to do if they want to be in Ottawa next November for the 105th Grey Cup.

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.

TMQB: Civic Holiday Edition (Week 6)

As the CFL enters the middle part of the season many things will begin to happen as teams begin to change. Through 6 weeks of the season teams have begun to forge a name for themselves either as a team to be feared or a team who cannot get it together. Many teams though are still trying to get into a groove with new players and offences just beginning to get into a groove.

99th Grey Cup Preview

The CFL season is coming to an end and the 99th Grey Cup will take place this Sunday in the newly renovated B.C. Place. For one of the oldest trophies in North America the Grey Cup gets closer to its 100th year anniversary, held next year in Toronto. It all start on December 4, 1909 when the University of Toronto Varsity Blues won the first ever Grey Cup against the Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 6)

The CFL is quickly approaching the halfway mark of the season and teams are preparing to change their seasons, or keep them the same. Winnipeg and Edmonton faced off in a clash of the top two teams in the league with both surprisingly leading their conferences. Meanwhile Saskatchewan and B.C faced off in a battle of two of the worst teams in the league. The trends have continued as well with the Argos and their offence looking impossibly bad. During the dominance of the Argos Montreal QB Anthony Calvillo broke yet another record this time for most CFL career completions. Montreal had their tumble of two games but now they seem to be back to normal while the Argos don’t seem to be getting better anytime soon. In the other game of the week Hamilton tried to continue their strong play against the Calgary Stampeders who have not played up to their standard as of late. The Stamps finally got back to normal beating the Ti-Cats.

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