One team remains undefeated, the other seeks out its first win of the season, and Saturday evening in Edmonton, either the Eskimos are going to add on to the miserable start to the season for the BC Lions or suffer their first setback of the year.
The Lions who have remained close in their first two games of the year, haven't been able to close the deal a frustrating thing no doubt for Lions head coach Wally Buono, who has watched miscues and missed opportunities keep his team out of the win column so far this year.
The Lions coach and GM brings his team into Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday to face an increasingly confident Eskimo squad, which with two convincing wins into the young CFL season, are showing that they were serious when they said that they intend to be more than just competitive this year.
Below you can fine information about the concluding match up in week three, the final act of the TSN Saturday doubleheader, offering up previews and game reviews, as well as other items of note from the CFL.ca and other sources.
Game Time 5 PM MT (7 PM PT, 4 PM ET) at Commonwealth Stadium (TSN)
Vancouver Province-- Messam could come back to haunt Lions on Saturday
Vancouver Sun-- Lions desperate to fix game on the run
Edmonton Journal-- Eskimos' Jerome Messam getting used to answering questions
Edmonton Sun-- Buono credits Esks intensity
Quick Snaps British Columbia Lions
Quick Snaps Edmonton Eskimos
British Columbia 17 at Edmonton 33
(Attendance-- 32,297 )
Globe and Mail-- Eskimos dump Lions to stay undefeated
Edmonton Sun-- Back to the future for Esks
Vancouver Sun-- Lions lose third straight game as Eskimos blitzed them 33-17...