September 15, 2021

CFL Pick 'Em, Week Seven: As we finish up the home-and-homes, will your favourite team have its Labour Day revenge or a Labour Day hangover? Grab your ibuprofen and make your picks inside.

posted by DrJohnEvans to fantasy at 07:28 PM - 10 comments

Toronto scores just enough and then holds off the Ti-Cats for the win. Winnipeg sweeps the home-and-home by a combined score of 56-17. BLM returns and give the Stamps some much-needed mojo, as they dig in against the Elks, while Ottawa gets rocked for the second week straight.

ResultToronto by 1Winnipeg by 24Calgary by 16B.C. by 32
Margin of Error1 to 117 to 3111 to 2122 to 42

Spreads have been tough to hit this year, which means argoal and yours truly are still neck-and-neck.

SpoFiteHAM @ TORSSSK @ WPGSCGY @ EDMSOTT @ BCSPointsTotal Points
DrJohnEvans Winnipeg Calgary B.C. 317
argoalToronto Winnipeg B.C. 316
cixelsyd Winnipeg B.C. 215
rcade Calgary B.C. 214
Howard_T B.C. 112
tommybidenToronto Calgary 212
ReeverToronto Winnipeg B.C. 312
ic23b Winnipeg17 211
jagsnumberone Winnipeg B.C. 29

Is this the midway point of the shortened season? Is it next week? Somebody should look that up.


Calgary @ Hamilton (Friday, September 17)
Two two-win teams, both dealing with QB injuries, both struggling to find some consistency in the early going. Not gonna be early for much longer.

Toronto @ Saskatchewan (Friday, September 17)
Saskatchewan has scored 17 points in their last two games and Toronto has Rich Stuuuuuubler. Have any of us ever picked the Argos to win in Regina before?

B.C. @ Montreal (Saturday, September 18)
Through this entire season it just feels like the B.C. Lions have been living in an alternate reality. Is it just me?

Winnipeg @ Edmonton (Saturday, September 18)
Winnipeg's been on some kinda roll lately, winning three in a row, while Edmonton's struggled to get on any kind of streak. You gotta go with the hot hand.

Good luck!

posted by DrJohnEvans at 07:28 PM on September 15, 2021

Calgary by 8

Toronto by 3

BC by 12

Winnipeg by 7

posted by Reever at 09:13 PM on September 15, 2021

Calgary by 10

Saskatchewan by 3

BC by 12

Winnipeg by 21

posted by ic23b at 11:32 PM on September 15, 2021

Hamilton by 7

Toronto by 7

Montreal by 7

Winnipeg by 17

posted by tommybiden at 07:41 AM on September 16, 2021

Calgary by 9
Toronto by 11 (that felt weird)
Montreal by 6
Winnipeg by 21

posted by DrJohnEvans at 09:03 AM on September 16, 2021

Calgary by 7

Toronto by 3

BC by 7

Winnipeg by 10

posted by cixelsyd at 01:22 PM on September 16, 2021

Hamilton by 13 The question is, "Can a Broadway musical survive panic stricken, uncontrolled quadrupeds?" Answer to be determined.

Toronto by 9 Those who use uncomfortable transportation succumb to mythological sailors.

Montreal by 18 Larks feed on the corpse of the Lion.

Winnipeg by 18 Manitobans disrupt peaceful BPOE meeting with a blue bomb.

posted by Howard_T at 06:05 PM on September 16, 2021

Hamilton by 10

Saskatchewan by 6

BC by 12

Winnipeg by 23

posted by jagsnumberone at 07:23 PM on September 16, 2021

Calgary by 2

Toronto by 2

BC by 2

Winnipeg by 15

posted by argoal at 11:58 AM on September 17, 2021

Calgary by 6, giving Hamilton its first home loss since November 2018.

Saskatchewan by 7, though I seem to lose more points on Toronto games than any other team.

B.C. by 7. I want to play CFL Fantasy Football just so I can draft Lucky Whitehead

Winnipeg by 10, and I hope Elks fans are calling their new quarterback Yukon Cornelius.

The lean on the league's official pickem:

Calgary 60%
Saskatchewan 79%
Montreal 58%
Winnipeg 91%

posted by rcade at 05:21 PM on September 17, 2021

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