Saskatchewan Roughriders (8-1-0)
It took them a while to get going but once the Roughriders did, there was no turning back. Two touchdowns from Sheets, Simon and Smith was simply too much for the rival Winnipeg Blue Bombers to handle. Add in a stellar defensive performance in the second half and Riderville remains on top.
Calgary Stampeders (7-2-0)
Likely a little too close for comfort as the Stamps let the Edmonton Eskimos almost pull off the impossible but Calgary hung on despite losing Kevin Glenn in the first half and a hat-trick from WR Maurice Price proved to be just enough.
BC Lions (6-3-0)
Facing a Tiger-Cats squad that was playing their best football of the season, the Lions got the performance they needed form Travis Lulay. He surpassed the 300-yard passing mark for the first time and in doing so helped his team take the first of two in a row with the Tabbies.
Toronto Argonauts (5-4-0)
Life without Ray didn't begin as Toronto intended as Zach Collaros and the Boatmen ran into a fired-up Montreal defence. However, they still old top spot in the East and are a win or two away from re-gaining some cushion - that is why they remain in the top four this week.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (4-5-0)
A late surge fell just short but it seemed like Hamilton was going toe-to-toe with one of the West's best over the last few years and almost pulled off the comeback at a BC Place Stadium that has only lent it self to one winner other than the Lions.
Montreal Alouettes (4-5-0)
Tanner Marsh did as much as he could to try and prove that last week was no fluke, passing for 309 yards. Shea Emry led an Alouettes defence that kept the likes of Owens, Durie and Barnes in check. Can they do it again at home in the rematch next week?
Edmonton Eskimos (1-8-0)
Close but no cigar appears to be the theme for yet another week in Edmonton. This time, they almost engineered one of the greatest comebacks in recent memory, putting up four touchdowns in just over 8 minutes of work in the fourth quarter. It still resulted in a loss however, forcing Ed Hervey to start demanding answers.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1-8-0)
The Winnipeg defence came out primed Sunday afternoon and under the leadership of Justin Goltz looked like they could attempt an upset in Riderville. They ran into a Saskatchewan squad that was simply lights out in all facets of the game in the second half and couldn't recover.