This Week in the CFL - July 25th

B.C. @ Winnipeg

WR Terrence Edwards
Had three drops against the Toronto Argonauts and yet still finished with 93 yards and a touchdown on just two receptions. Now he’s taking on a porous B.C. Lions defence that allowed Kevin Glenn to have his best game of the season. If WR Chris Williams can have 189 yards against this secondary just imagine what Edwards can do.

LB Solomon Elimimian
This is what you call your classic safe pick. You can captain the second year Elimimian and not worry about it coming back to haunt you. Solomon is 2nd in the CFL in tackles and should have plenty of opportunities going up against the leagues leading rusher, Fred Reid.

Montreal @ Hamilton

DB Bo Smith
Maybe the best defensive back after four weeks Smith shut down Chris Getzlaf and Geroy Simon the last two weeks. With either Anthony Calvillo not 100% or Adrian McPherson playing there should be plenty of interception opportunities.

S Chip Cox
Eight tackles last week vs. Saskatchewan and I could easily see him hitting double digits against a Hamilton team with a motivated Avon Cobourne.

Toronto @ Edmonton

RB Andre Durie
Yes Chad Kackert is producing but Andre Durie is a big play waiting to happen every time he touches the ball. With no Cory Boyd in the line-up and the team desperate for a win I see the Argonauts finding as many ways possible to get the ball in Durie’s hands.

WR Jason Barnes
Yes I know Jason had zero catches last week but with Adarius Bowman injured Ricky Ray will be targeting Barnes early and often. Playing along side Fred Stamps means a ton of one-on-one match-ups and remember Barnes did start off the season with 169 yards and two touchdowns the first two weeks.

Calgary @ Saskatchewan

QB Henry Burris
Eventually Burris and the offense is going to put it all together for a massive day. Saskatchewan is coming off of a big of a high after beating Montréal but remember this is a team without much of a pass rush so expect Burris to have at least three touchdowns this weekend.

RB Wes Cates
The Stampeders are without their best defender LB Juwan Simpson and the Roughriders got their first win with Cates receiving a season high 14 carries. Wes also comes into this game with three touchdowns in his first four games.

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