It’s over, it’s finally over. The CFL regular season has ended. Calgary secures the first seed in the West while Toronto and Montreal audition for next season. There’s not much to say this week, a lot of meeningless games played
Week 19 of the CFL is behind us and every single playoff spot has been determined except for one, everybody is just fighting for seeding now. Close games, for the most part, this week. Johnny Manziel walks out on his
Week 17 of the CFL has come and gone, and Happy Thanksgiving to all our Canadian readers out there! Close games dominated this week in the CFL as every battle was a one-possession game. Calgary remains dominant…maybe? A close win
Week 15 of the CFL is officially over and we are inching closer and closer to the CFL playoffs. The East is already determined, for the most part, now we’re just waiting to see which team will be crossing over.
CFL Week 12 means Labour Day Weekend and rivalry football. The first round of rivalry games didn’t disappoint as for the most part they were all good games that came down to plays in the fourth quarter. Calgary remains dominant