CFL Week 15 picks

Kirk Penton, Jim Bender and Paul Friesen -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 8:19 AM ET

TONIGHT

B.C. at Calgary, 8 p.m. TSN

Bender: They are finally figuring out that Door Matt is wearing too many hats in Cowtown. Some say three too many. Leos by 30.

Penton: The last one was close. This one won't be. Lions by 27.

Friesen: The only question mark around the Lions is their banged-up offensive line. There are enough questions surrounding the Stamps to choke their touchdown horse. B.C. by 18.

TOMORROW

Winnipeg at Montreal, 6 p.m. CBC/RDS

Bender: The Dogged Daley is about to find out how far his dogs are away from being a championship-calibre club. Mind you, pull this one off and the Bombers will go to the Grey Cup. Als by four.

Penton: Life is good in Bomberville right now, but not that good. Als by 10.

Friesen: The Bombers are beginning to act like the Cup contender of the last three seasons. If the Als, minus kicker Matt Kellett and receiver Ben Cahoon, are at all rusty following a two-week layoff, we could see an upset. Winnipeg by one.

Toronto at Edmonton, 8:30 p.m. No TV

Bender: High-Handed Hughie should be fined for trying to intimidate officials on the sidelines in Vancouver. But Campbell won't need to imitate Fred Fateri against Calamity Clemons, who has problems of his own to paddle with his Boatmen. Eskies by 14.

Penton: The Eskies showed the Lions last week that they're for real. Eskimos by 20.

Friesen: The Argos are looking forward to Thanksgiving, when injured quarterback Damon Allen is scheduled to return. Until then, say a prayer for them. Eskimos by a dozen.

SUNDAY

Ottawa at Saskatchewan, 4 p.m. Sportsnet

Bender: The Renegades could barely beat the sorry Stamps with Joe Paopao's future in doubt. 'Riders by 20.

Penton: This is a huge game for the 'Riders, and they'll come through against the lowly Renegades. Roughriders by 14.

Friesen: Two teams who eked out road wins last week, taking some serious heat off their coaching staffs. Saskatchewan's came against a better team in Hamilton (the Renegades edged Calgary), and they're back home. 'Riders by six.

REPORTERS' RECORDS:

PENTON: 36-21 overall (2-2 last week)

BENDER: 37-20 overall (2-2 last week)

FRIESEN: 41-16 overall (2-2 last week)


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