Calgary Stampeders (8-2-0)
For the first time since Week 1, the CFL.ca Power Rankings have a new leader...and they wear Red, White and Black. With third-string pivot Bo Levi Mitchell and a recharged Jon Cornish leading the way, the Stamps didn't miss a beat, earning a convincing win over the Eskimos.
Saskatchewan Roughriders (8-2-0)
Dethroned from their perch atop the rankings, the Riders were shocked by their prairie rivals during the Banjo Bowl. Darian Durant and the offence never found their rhythm, while the defence was given all they can handle from a motivated Bombers crew. A stiff test against another motivated team looms in Week 12. How will they respond?
Toronto Argonauts (6-4-0)
Without their Big Three in Ricky Ray, Chad Owens and Chad Kackert, the Argos pulled out a well-deserved character win against the Montreal Alouettes. The victory was a huge one in the standings as it gave them some much needed breathing room in an East Division that is suddenly getting crowded near the top.
BC Lions (6-4-0)
After barely walking away with a win against the Ticats two weeks ago, the Lions weren't able to escape Guelph with a W, and move down one spot in this week's rankings as a result. Travis Lulay threw for over 300 yards for the second-straight game, but Andrew Harris was held to under 20 yards rushing for the second time in three weeks. We'll see how they bounce back when the Als come to town on Sunday.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (5-5-0)
You can argue that it was a vintage performance, but Henry Burris has been throwing the ball so well this season that he's thrown himself into the MOP conversation. His strong play, combined with the continued improvement of CJ Gable should lead to continued success in Steeltown.
Montreal Alouettes (4-6-0)
While it looked like Tanner Marsh was primed to pull another late-game rabbit out of his hat, the upstart pivot suffered his first CFL loss to a short-handed Argos group. This week, they head to BC where they've won just once in their last 12 visits.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2-8-0)
Playing in front of a packed house in one of the biggest games on the CFL calendar year-in, year-out, the Bombers came to play and marched away with a hard-fought win over the Roughriders. The win - their second of the season - moves them up one spot in the Power Rankings.
Edmonton Eskimos (1-9-0)
The Esks weren't able to build off their inspiring late-game comeback on Labour Day and fell to the Stamps in convincing fashion. Things won't get any easier for them, as they welcome what's sure to be an inspired Bombers team to Commonwealth