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Author Topic: Power Rankings - July 29, 2019  (Read 569 times)
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« on: July 31, 2019, 04:57:27 AM »

Bombers remain #1.  Interesting that there are zero changes in any of the rankings this week.

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« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2019, 08:08:39 AM »

Only spot that likely would have changed was Bombers/Cats, and with Masoli getting hurt I suspect that influenced the outcome a little bit.

Edmonton destroyed Toronto, but that won't boost your rankings any more than looking good in practice.

Calgary limped past Ottawa.  A win is a win, but does not make them any more formidable.

Als didn't play.

Riders beat BC.  Like every other team on the list above them.

Lions.  Well, they have one win.

Toronto.   O-for-nots


They'll likely change a bit next week.  If Edmonton beats Calgary and Saskatchewan beats Hamilton, they'll both advance.  Montreal beating Ottawa might put them over the Stamps.  A Winnipeg win won't change anything.
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« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2019, 01:11:37 PM »

I agree with the rankings. If Masoli hadn't got hurt, 1 & 2 would be switched.

The bottom 4 teams are really bad this year.

Riders have only beaten teams that are a combined 1-12 and the 1 game was Argos/BC so someone had to win.
Redblacks are on a 4 game losing streak and were lucky to win one of the 2 games they did win.
Lions are lucky to have the bread stick.
Argos still have the bagel.
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« Reply #3 on: July 31, 2019, 01:28:03 PM »

I agree with the rankings. If Masoli hadn't got hurt, 1 & 2 would be switched.

The bottom 4 teams are really bad this year.

Riders have only beaten teams that are a combined 1-12 and the 1 game was Argos/BC so someone had to win.
Redblacks are on a 4 game losing streak and were lucky to win one of the 2 games they did win.
Lions are lucky to have the bread stick.
Argos still have the bagel.

Now that the Ottawa smokescreen is over, you could argue that both their wins could have gone either way. Davis threw 12373 picks their first outing against Calgary but managed to close it out, and the Sask victory was against Fajardo who was a new starter at the time, and still barely won.
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