MTL @ TOR. Should be close. TOR no doubt finds a way to win or be given a win.
BC @ WPG. All stories come to an end and the the nice BC story ends here.
Agree on those picks. Argo defence and secondary are a lot more aggressive and physical. They won’t let Harris sit back in the pocket and be comfortable. Might be more susceptible to the occasional deep ball playing tight coverage and Als could snag a couple long Geni Lewis grabs if they give Harris time. Still don’t see Montreal getting past.
Rourke is a gamer but he’s hurting and that cold field and front 4 of Wpg won’t do him any favours. Bombers dominate line play and pull away in the fourth quarter is my guess.
MTL @ TOR: depending on how the injury report plays out.... Nicastro and mcmanis were both limited this week in practice. Could be a boost coming for double blue. On the other side, Micah Awe still not practicing, not sure Ackie has two weeks like that left in him. Almondo Sewell also limited, and their short yardage stud didn't practice (non injury related) I have no idea what to make of this game. Logic says TO pulls this one out... Gut saying bet Montreal in a squeaker 4 pts.
BC @ WPG: Butler already limited at practice running directly into that front 4 sounds like a bad recipe. TJ Lee and Lucky Whitehead limited and DNP respectively... They could REALLY use to be a little Lucky. Biggest news is probably that Figueroa was a full participant yesterday. They'll need all the help they can get in the trenches. Jackson Jeffcoat's hip is acting up apparently... could be good news for BC. Would have LOVED to see how much different last week's games were in opposite venues. BC in chilly Calgary, Mtl in a hostile THF, i'm not sure the results are different, but they're probably a lot closer. Would love to see the Rourke show continue, but I don't think it does this year. WPG by 11