As it has in previous weeks, expectations for the outcome of the CFL season went a little sideways.
The previously infallible Roughriders looked very beatable against Calgary.
Darian Durant looked like the Darian Durant of old and Calgary actually converted good drives into touchdowns.
Toronto shocked the country again, despite Lulay's positive outing.
Edmonton isn't getting better and fell to the running game of Fred Reid and Steven Jyles.
As expected, the quarterback situation for the Tiger Cats, Blue Bombers and Lions are becoming more and more unpredictable.
In Week Five, I think we see a return to relative normalcy.
The teams that should win, will win. Those who have been overachieving, might get a little dose of reality.
These power rankings will be updated on a weekly basis throughout the season.