News CFL Power Rankings: Week 13

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  1. Tundra Mustang

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    With all entries now in, we have some disagreement concerning who's at the top of this week's rankings...;)

    From Mothercorp:

    1. TORONTO ARGONAUTS [Up from 2]
    Overall record: 8-4
    Streak: Won 3

    Gosh, when do Toronto and Calgary play again? Oh, yeah, it'll have to be the 2013 Grey Cup. There's nothing for it Argo haters (legions) but to be impressed with this streak. Three straight wins on the road including back-to-back over Saskatchewan and Calgary, with an offence missing its three best players. Toronto had over 100 yards rushing this week (led by fine NFL pickup Jerious Norwood), a key to continued victory.

    http://www.cbc.ca/sports-content/football/opinion/2013/09/cfl-power-rankings-week-13-1.html

    From the League:

    Toronto Argonauts (8-4-0)
    Change: +1
    They say you have to beat the best to be the best. So that's exactly what the Toronto Argonauts did in Week 13 against the Calgary Stampeders - Week 12's number one team. Thanks to yet another late-game comeback, Zach Collaros and the Argos created some much needed distance between themselves and the rest of the pack in the East Division.

    http://cfl.ca/article/cflca-power-rankings-a-new-number-one-in-town

    From TSN:

    This Week1Last Week1Calgary Stampeders9-3

    The Stampeders barely hold on to the top spot in the Power Rankings after being the latest victim of the Toronto Argonauts road work. Charleston Hughes and Cordarro Law, ranked tied for first and third in sacks with 13 and nine respectively, continue to make a name for themselves on Calgary’s D. Getting Maurice Price back (hopefully next week) will help the Stamps.

    http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/feature/?id=97698

    From Sportsnet:

    . Toronto (8-4): What the Argos are doing is phenomenal and you have to credit a lot of this to good coaching and quality recruiting. The Argos are beating quality teams in hostile stadiums without their best players. Ray and Owens should be returning to the lineup in another two games.

    http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/cfl-power-rankings-resilient-argos-sit-on-top/

    No real surprise that three of the sites picked the Argos...

    There's always next week...especially if the lowly Esks can rise up and smite the mighty Argos....;)
    Whoaa, now I think I need to go and shower...:yuck:


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