BC Lions Move Up Two Spots in Week 15 CFL Power Rankings

Scott FitzsimmonsAnalyst IOctober 4, 2010

TORONTO, ON - NOVEMBER 25:  Memebers of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers team kneel at midfield after a their loss to the Saskatchewan Rough Riders during the 95th Grey Cup on November 25, 2007 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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After two straight losses, the Stampeders came back with a vengeance against the Als to remain in top spot. The Argos and Blue Bombers continue to move down with each new loss, and the Edmonton Eskimos are showing they might be able to keep pace with the BC Lions for the last spot in the CFL West.

The only thing that keeps Winnipeg from being last is that they don't turn the ball over much, they have a huge sack attack, they don't give up a lot of yards or points, and they put up decent yards. So if your players are executing, what is the problem? It's coaching. Fix the coaching problems, and you'll see more wins.

TW LW     Pts              Team(Record)

 1     1       92.2(+0.1)   Calgary Stampeders (10-3)

 2     2       86.6(-1.9)    Montreal Alouettes (9-4)

 3     3       82.2(+1.4)   Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-4)

 4     4       78.4(-1.4)    Hamilton Tiger-Cats (6-7)

 5     7       78.0(+3.2)   BC Lions (5-8)

 6     5       77.4(+0.3)   Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3-10)

 7     6       76.4(+1.5)   Toronto Argonauts (6-7)

 8     8       72.4(+3.4)   Edmonton Eskimos (4-9)