Friday 16 September 2011

Smitty's Selections: Week 12

Week 11 did not go well, but it's time to get back on the horse and make Week 12 a week to remember.

Edmonton at Hamilton

Hamilton hasn't been the best of places for the Eskimos the last couple of years, and with the Tiger-Cats coming off an embarrassing performance against Montreal, the Tabbies will be itching to prove they still belong among the league's upper echelon. The Eskimos will keep it close for three quarters, but the Cats will pull away in the fourth.

Winner: Hamilton, 33-21

Toronto at Saskatchewan

Toronto stinks, and Saskatchewan seems to have found a formula for success. No way the Argos are even close in this one. Riders by a bunch.

Winner: Saskatchewan, 30-13

British Columbia at Calgary

The Lions are starting to peak, again, as the season hits the second half. Calgary is coming off a big win in Edmonton and looks to try to put more distance between themselves and the rest of the West Division. This is a tough one to call. On nothing more than a gut feeling, I'm taking the Lions.

Winner: British Columbia, 27-21

Winnipeg at Montreal

Winnipeg is on a bit of a slide, losing two in a row to the Roughriders. Montreal is eager to prove that they are back to their dominant ways after they dismantled the Tiger-Cats last week. First in the East Division is up for grabs, and the Bombers would love to get the victory. But with the game being in Montreal, and with the Als keen on proving once again that they are still the class of the division, I expect Montreal to come out and put the boots to the Bombers.

Winner: Montreal, 36-24

Hamilton, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Montreal

Season Record: 22-18

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