CFL Week 10 Picks

, Last Updated: 8:24 AM ET

Tonight

Calgary at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. TSN

Bender: Boatmen are playing on three days' rest while the Stamps have been bonding with Burris, who is learning fast from the Big Burrito (offensive co-ordinator), out East. Take the Stamps.

Penton: The Stamps are playing some great ball, but I can't see them road sweeping the two best teams in the East. Argos.

Friesen: Tough pick. Do you take the team playing its second game in five days, or the one playing its second straight on the road? The former, I say. Toronto.

Friday

Winnipeg at Hamilton, 6 p.m. TSN

Bender: No Stokes and possibly no Brown could be a disaster against another team. But this is still hapless Hamilton. Bombers.

Penton: The Blue and Gold won't let this golden opportunity slip through their fingers. Bombers.

Friesen: The Bombers are on a bit of a roll, while the Tabbies are rolling into an abyss. Winnipeg.

Montreal at Edmonton, 9 p.m. TSN

Bender: Both sides are underachieving and the Birds have lost some potency. Can't see the Eskies losing this one at home even if the Als do play well in the Igloo. Eskimos.

Penton: With no running game, the Esks are vulnerable. Alouettes.

Friesen: How the once-mighty have fallen. These two pre-season favourites look very ordinary right now. Take Edmonton.

Saturday

B.C. at Saskatchewan, 6 p.m. CBC

Bender: Call this one the Fertilizer Bowl as McCallum has yet to recover from a fan dumping the crap on his lawn after missing an OT field goal in last year's final versus B.C. And the final outcome will be the same. Leos.

Penton: The Roughriders still haven't fixed their quarterback woes. Lions.

Friesen: Bomber GM Brendan Taman insists the stumbling 'Riders are going to hand the Leos their first loss. We'll call him on it. B.C.

REPORTERS' RECORDS:

BENDER

27-10 overall

(2-2 last week)

PENTON

28-9

(2-2)

FRIESEN

29-8

(3-1)


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