To be the best, you've got to beat the best.
But to stay the best, you've got to keep getting better.
The Montreal Alouettes have scored a league-high 154 points, but quarterback Anthony Calvillo is on a mission for more.
"We know that we're trying to improve as a team and right now we feel that we are," said the 16-year veteran. "Especially, we've been scoring way too many field goals and have been leaving a lot of points on the field and that's one thing that we want to improve on."
Points or not, Calvillo needs just 34 passing yards to reach the 60,000-yard milestone in his career.
"As much as A.C. is putting up big numbers, they run the ball very well too," said Ricky Ray. "As long as we can do that like we did last week, have that threat, we'll be better off offensively, too.
"Coming off a win like that, you build some confidence. You come together as a team but the one thing you want to do is carry that over and not have a let down.
"Last week, we were playing with our backs against the wall. You've got to try and keep that same edge."