The CFL has passed the one third mark of the regular season, six weeks that provided for a few surprises for followers of the CFL, the quick rise to the top of Edmonton and Winnipeg among the positives, the steep free fall of BC, Saskatchewan and Toronto the negatives.
As they review their performance after six weeks, a few teams have already made some changes, while others ponder what it is going to take to push their squads back into relevance for 2011.
Week seven offers up some tantalizing match ups for the CFL fan, with three days of action destined to continue to shake up the standings and offer yet more separation between those on the rise and those on the decline.
Links to previews and other information on all four games can be found below.
Thursday, August 11-- Edmonton 4 at Montreal 27 (A-- 24,448)
Friday, August 12-- Calgary 45 at Saskatchewa n 35 (A-- 30,048)
Saturday, August 13-- Toronto 32 at Hamilton 37 (A--24,347)
Saturday, August 13-- Winnipeg 30 at British Columbia 17 (A-- 24,131)
Twelve Men Prognostications: Predicted Winners
Weekly Record -- 3 - 4
Overall Record -- 14 - 28