Thursday, July 16, 2015

CFL Week Four

The learning curve for the most part is over for CFL teams, the first three weeks of picking up on the new rules put in place this year, or for those in their first year of CFL play a better understanding of the rhythm and pace of the game now perhaps has them more in step with the veterans.

Week four is the point where coaches have also discovered where there strengths and weaknesses may be and whether the need for change is required before things get to far down the road as far as the season goes.

Injuries however continue to be the wild card for the year, whether its the marquee players sent to the sidelines for the season, or newcomers barely tested in CFL play absent from the field for extended periods of time.

How teams juggle their lineups and answer the challenges will offer up a glimpse for their fans as to their fates for the remaining three months of play in the regular season.

One month in, everyone should now be on the same page, some teams however still have a fair amount of work ahead to meet up with the challenges that have already been tossed at them four weeks into the season.

The week starts with a well rested Tiger Cat squad (they had the bye in week three) heading into Montreal, with both teams looking to catch the Argos and Riders who currently rule the CFL east.

Ottawa will be seeking a bounce back from their efforts of last week, with a return engagement with the Eskimos this time at TD Place stadium and in front of some home town fans who they will be looking to show that last week was not an indication that old ways were returning on the field for the RedBlacks.

Another rematch is the nightcap to the Friday Night Football doubleheader as the Riders host the Lions, with Saskatchewan looking to avoid the late game breakdowns that have snatched victories from them in recent weeks.

The fourth week of the CFL season will come to an end on Saturday in Calgary where the Stamps will be looking to claim sole possession of the top spot in the CFL West as they host the Blue Bombers at McMahon Stadium.

Below our archive for week number four.

Check back regularly through the weekend for updated material.

Thursday, July 16

Hamilton Tiger Cats 13 at Montreal Alouettes 17

Game Reviews: Game Recap  Stats Review Highlights


Friday, July 17

Edmonton Eskimos 23 at Ottawa RedBlacks 12

Ottawa RedBlacks 'pumped' to score some revenge on Edmonton

Game Reviews: Game Recap Stats Review Highlights


Friday, July 17

British Columbia Lions 27 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 24

McCallum not giving new Leos kicker Leone any tips

Game Reviews: Game Recap Stats Review Highlights


Saturday, July 18 

Winnipeg Blue Bombers 25 at Calgary Stampeders 26

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