Winnipeg Blue Bombers Down, Hamilton Tiger-Cats Up in Week 14 CFL Power Rankings

Scott FitzsimmonsAnalyst ISeptember 28, 2010

The Bombers gave up another lead to lose again
The Bombers gave up another lead to lose againHarry How/Getty Images

Week 13 had lots of drama, leading to a few changes in this week's rankings.

Saskatchewan came back from 15 down to beat Hamilton, Winnipeg led the Alouettes for most of the game, and—you guessed it—they blew the lead in the end.

The Stampeders' and Lions' defenses came, but their offenses stayed home. The BC Lions' special teams did tag along, and it was those efforts alone that beat Calgary.

Toronto showed it really isn't that good, by losing for the second time to the saddest team I've seen in the CFL in a long time. Now the Argonauts have to do it without Cleo Lemon. Maybe they'll get better now.


TW LW     Pts              Team(Record)

 1     1       92.1(-1.0)    Calgary Stampeders (9-3)

 2     2       88.5(+1.8)   Montreal Alouettes (9-3)

 3     3       80.8(+1.5)   Saskatchewan Roughriders (8-4)

 4     5       79.8(+2.2)   Hamilton Tiger-Cats (6-6)

 5     4       77.3(-1.5)    Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3-9)

 6     6       74.9(-1.4)    Toronto Argonauts (6-6)

 7     7       74.8(+2.9)   BC Lions (4-8)

 8     8       69.0(+3.6)   Edmonton Eskimos (3-9)