Sun Media predictions for the 2009 CFL season

KIRK PENTON, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 11:40 AM ET

EAST: Montreal

The Alouettes cruise to the crown by default in the weak East.

WEST: Edmonton

The defence will be better under Richie Hall, and Ricky Ray is due for another trip to the Grey Cup.

GREY CUP: Montreal

Anthony Calvillo and Ben Cahoon go out on top.

Tery Koshan

EAST: Montreal

The three other teams in the East Division try to find themselves after re-building during the winter.

WEST: Calgary

With the confidence that comes with winning the Cup, it's hard to see anyone knocking them off in the west.

GREY CUP: Montreal

The Alouettes will get revenge on the Stamps, who won the silver mug in Montreal last November.

Ian Busby

EAST: Montreal

Anthony Calvillo gets yet another shot at redemption.

WEST: Edmonton

Ricky Ray has a defence now with new coach Richie Hall.

GREY CUP: Edmonton

Another Eskimos vs. Als battle goes the way of the West.

Gerry Moddejonge

EAST: Montreal

Is Montreal that good or have the other teams out east just become that bad?

WEST: Edmonton

Too many improvements at too many positions on a team that traditionally turns it up come playoff time.

GREY CUP: Edmonton

They couldn't stop the run last year while crossing over to the East Division playoffs. Richie Hall's new defence won't suffer the same problem.


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