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11-25-2012, 12:58 PM
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I predict the entire Argonauts squad will be ambushed on the way to the field, only to be stunningly replaced by the Alouettes, who just happened to be their at the time, leading to another Alouettes victory.

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-Who wins: Calgary
-Score Difference: 7 points
-East Score: 20
-West score: 27
-MVP: John Cornish

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Nice return

We making this the GDT too?

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11-25-2012, 06:20 PM
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Another touchdown. Toronto making fools out of Calgary right now

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Argos are tearing the Stamps a new one

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Good picks from ilb and jacob

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11-26-2012, 11:20 AM
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Doesn't mean it's more exciting or higher quality football.
CFL > NFL in terms of entertainment AINEC

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Toronto 35, Calgary 21
MVP Ricky Ray
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Daamn, you were so close to getting it exact.

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So what do I win?

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11-26-2012, 01:48 PM
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Didn't think the Stamps would get stomped like they did last night. Oh well.


It sure was a good atmosphere at Rogers Centre, fans from all across Canada representing every team made an appearance!

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I'm going to channel my inner "John Madden Pre-Game Sound Bytes" to answer these:

Who Wins: When these two great teams play eachother, it's a war out there. Both sides have what it takes to win it all, but at the end of the day, there has to be a winner and a loser. I predict the team who wants it most is going to come away with the championship, and you can be sure they'll leave a trail of blood, tears, and emotion behind them on their way to glory.

Score Difference: When you look at the history of these two teams, the one thing you notice is that they're both highly competitive. You see one team run up the score on the other, and then the other team returns the favor at a later date. I think the score in this game is going to be real close, unless one of these powerhouses doesn't show up; if that's the case, it'll be a real bloodbath out there. Either way, we're in for some great football!

East Score: The one thing you have to know is that the East produces some great football players, and this team has no shortage of them. That's why they're playing for a championship! It all starts with the quarterback: if he can put the team on his back, there's no way these guys can be stopped. Still, it's a team game, and everyone is going to need to have their best game if this team is going to score enough to take home glory.

West Score: Now, I know I'm usually the kind of guy who says "Defence Wins Championships", but here's one team that breaks all the rules. From top to bottom, this team is an offensive machine, and if they can open that circus top, watch out. They play football the right way, and when you do that, you can really start to wear out the lights on the scoreboard.

MVP: I know it's a long shot, but I'm going to have to go with Brett Favre.
Outside of the Favre longshot, I think I nailed it.

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