CFL Week 11 Picks

JIM BENDER, KIRK PENTON and PAUL FRIESEN -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 9:37 AM ET

TODAY

Calgary at Montreal 6:30 p.m. TSN/RDS

Bender: The Birds are not about to blow three straight and The Don will be anxious to exact revenge on Burris. Als.

Penton: Calgary spoiled Montreal's undefeated season attempt two weeks ago, and Anthony Calvillo looked absolutely terrible last week. Montreal, however, won't lose at home. Alouettes.

Friesen: It's tempting to go with the hot Stamps and write off the sinking Als. A return to home cooking, though, should be the tonic that perks the Larks back up again. Montreal.

Wyman's coin flip: Calgary

TOMORROW

Toronto at Winnipeg, 7 p.m. TSN (local blackout likely in effect)

Bender: No Glenn, likely no Milt, no win, especially against the Amazing Allen. In fact, it could be another blowout. Argos.

Penton: My, how the tables have turned since their last two meetings. The Bombers are hurtin', and the Argos are healthy. Argos.

Friesen: As if playing another game without Kevin Glenn and Milt Stegall wasn't enough, now the Bombers are talking about two changes in the secondary. Gee, that bye week was a killer. Argos.

Wyman's coin flip: Toronto

SATURDAY

Saskatchewan at Hamilton, 6 p.m. CBC

Bender: No Ragin' Roy, no grinnin' from Barrett and no confidence in their future could be what the Little Beerbellied General needs. Yet, these Pussycat Dolls still need more than that to push their buttons. Roughriders.

Penton: Can someone please explain why the Tiger-Cats are so terrible? Roughriders.

Friesen: Why am I tempted to take the Ticats? I have no idea, but I'm going to fight off the urge and use the tried and true method of predicting: don't overthink it. Saskatchewan.

Wyman's coin flip: Hamilton

REPORTERS' RECORDS:

BENDER

25-12 overall

3-0 last week

PENTON

22-15 overall

2-1 last week

FRIESEN

20-17 overall

1-2 last week

MAGIC TOONIE

15-22 overall

2-1 last week


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