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Lack of parity in the CFL?

Lack of parity in the CFL?

If Thursday night’s duel in Winnipeg between the Alouettes and the Blue Bombers looked asymmetric at first glance before the game kicks off, the next few days are likely to reveal more of the asymmetry plaguing the Canadian Football League in 2023.

The Elk case (1-9) is definitely the most special. On Sunday, Edmonton will try to end a 22-game losing streak at home by hosting the Ottawa Redblacks (3-7). The team’s last win at Commonwealth Stadium dates back to October 12, 2019.

It’s been a long time since the team was called the Eskimos.

The Elks, who lost their first nine games of the season (including five at home), won their most recent game last week in Hamilton.

All in all, the question arises: Is there a lack of parity in this nine-team league? certainly.

Scary Argos

Ahead of Sunday’s game in Edmonton, the Toronto Argonauts (7-1) will host the Calgary Stampeders (3-7) on Friday night, while the BC Lions (7-3) can make short work of the Tiger Cats (3-6). Saturday in Vancouver.

For the analysis of the powers that be, the effectiveness of the transformations logically remains a must. The Argonauts’ Chad Kelly, the Blue Bombers’ Zack Kolaros, and the Lions’ Vernon Adams Jr. have all done a great job this season. They are the ones who also dominate the CFL in the passing touchdown category.

Argonauts quarterback Chad Kelly

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Defending Gray Cup champions, the Argus have accumulated 268 points in just eight games this season. We’re talking about an average of 33.5 points per game. This inevitably helps to achieve victories.

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The importance of trades

The records of various CFL teams can also be explained, in part, by the number of turnovers. The Rangers stole the ball 23 times, including 14 interceptions. Opposing clubs also benefited from just 11 matches against Toronto. Kelly protects the ball well.

At the other end of the spectrum, the Elks have managed just 17 turnovers in 10 games, which is less than two turnovers per game.

  • With an 8-2 record before facing the Alouettes Thursday night, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the model of excellence, are on track for the seventh consecutive season with a record of over . 500.