Quarterback Hugo Richard set a Quebec conference record in a monstrous Laval win, while powerhouses Western and Calgary also scored dominant wins in Week 9.
Travis Lulay, Zach Collaros and Trevor Harris all stood out in Week 19 victories in the CFL. Which quarterback was more impressive? More in this week’s QB Index.
Maurice Leggett left Blue Bombers practice on Monday on a cart with an apparent injury, according to a report from BlueBombers.com’s Ed Tait.
DeVier Posey put up a trio of majors against the Eskimos in Week 19. RotoExperts’ Brandon C. Williams touches on that and everything else in Week 19’s Fantasy Recap.
From Zach Collaros leading the Riders to a win in Calgary to DeVier Posey exploding in the Lions win over Edmonton, CFL.ca’s Don Landry has his five takeaways from Week 19.
Key wins in the West Division for Saskatchewan and BC flipped the script in the playoff race.
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Another significant injury has hit the CFL, this time Ticats receiver Brandon Banks. But as our MMQB Pat Steinberg writes, there’s no time for self-pity.
With the weather turning cold and the games taking on added meaning, fans around the league came out to support their teams — home and away.
Weeks after his sudden death, people still speak about Mike Labinjo, but the focus has been on his tenure with professional football. Whether it was seeing action for three National Football League teams in one season – Philadelphia, Indianapolis and Miami in 2005 – or three years later, winning a Grey Cup with Calgary, Labinjo […]
The last of six playoff spots and the West Division title are still up for grabs, as the final two weeks of the CFL regular season get set to wind down.
For Eskimos receiver Duke Williams, a new perspective in life saved far more than just his career. Chris O’Leary has the story on Williams’ harrowing path to the CFL.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are still in the mix for first place in the West Division after taking the season series against the Calgary Stampeders.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders improved their record to 11-6 with a 29-24 road win against the division-leading Calgary Stampeders on Saturday night, keeping the team in the mix for first in the West Division.
Not only was his one-yard sneak against the Montreal Alouettes on Saturday the game-winning touchdown to end a seven-game losing streak, the score tied Franklin with Argos and CFL legend Doug Flutie for the most rushing touchdowns in league history.