There was no movement in the Power Rankings this week as each team fights for playoff position heading into Week 16.
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This Week: 1 | Last Week: 1
Another week, another Stampeders victory. This week it was a 59-11 win over the Montreal Alouettes for Calgary helping to improve their record to 12-1-1. The Stamps now head out on a Week 16 bye before returning to the field in Week 17 to take on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
This Week: 2 | Last Week: 2
The Bombers are sitting pretty comfortably in second place in the West Division. They’re six points ahead of the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Edmonton Eskimos and will hope to widen the gap this week when they host the Tiger-Cats at Investors Group Field.
This Week: 3 | Last Week: 3
The Riders won their seventh game of the 2017 season in Ottawa last week thanks to a rouge late in the contest. They’ll be looking to gain ground on Winnipeg in the West this week when they head to Toronto to take on the Argonauts.
This Week: 4 | Last Week: 4
They had to take things to over time to do it but the Argos finally nabbed their first win at Tim Hortons Field last week. With a win, coupled with an Ottawa loss, the Argos have the chance to clinch the East crown this week. Just a win will clinch a playoff berth and a home playoff date. Talk about high stakes.
This Week: 5 | Last Week: 5
The Esks bolstered their running game this week with the addition of CJ Gable from the Tiger-Cats. The squad will be hopeful that he can help spark their team to turn their six-game losing streak around as they head to Montreal for a contest against the Alouettes.
This Week: 6 | Last Week: 6
Despite coming off a loss to the Argos last week, Hamilton’s playoff hopes are still very much alive as they head into Week 16. They have a tough task this week as they head to Winnipeg to take on the red hot Blue Bombers.
This Week: 7 | Last Week: 7
Coming off a Week 15 bye, the Lions are looking to get back in the race in the West Division. They sit two points behind both Saskatchewan and Edmonton which makes this week’s contest against Ottawa important if they want to get back in the playoff conversation.
This Week: 8 | Last Week: 8
Although Ottawa dropped their ninth game of the season last week against the Riders they’re still sitting in second place in the East. Hoping to keep the Ticats behind them, Ottawa will be looking for a win in BC this week.
This Week: 9 | Last Week: 9
The Montreal Alouettes will hope to put their Week 15 loss against the Stampeders behind them as they host the Edmonton Eskimos this week.