CFL Week 15 Picks

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

, Last Updated: 8:55 AM ET

TODAY

Hamilton at Edmonton, 8 p.m. TSN

Bender: Danny Much-choka is desperate to exact revenge against the Pussy Cats in the Igloo. Eskies.

Penton: The Tiger-Cats winning back-to-back? Don't think so. Eskimos.

Friesen: Edmonton coach Danny Maciocia is appealing to his team's pride. I'm not sure what there is left for Ron Lancaster to appeal to. Eskimos.

Wyman's coin flip: Edmonton

TOMORROW

Toronto at Calgary, 6 p.m. CBC

Bender: If the Bombers had no answers for the Cowboy runners, the Boatmen will sink chasing them all over, especially if the air is chilly. Stamps.

Penton: The Argos are cooking right now, but the Stampeders are too hot at home. Stamps.

Friesen: Ricky Williams is back for the Argos, which will probably start messing them up again. Stamps.

Wyman's coin flip: Calgary

SUNDAY

Winnipeg at Montreal, Noon TSN/RDS

Bender: It's tough enough to win in Montreal without ready-made excuses like injuries and the Bombers have yet to overcome such adversity this year. And yeah, the Birds are desperate, too. Als.

Penton: Too many changes, too many injuries and too many problems for the Blue and Gold. Alouettes.

Friesen: The Bombers should be just the tonic for Montreal's five-game skid. Als.

Wyman's coin flip: Winnipeg

B.C. at Saskatchewan, 3 p.m. TSN

Bender: Wily Wally needs this one to stay up on the Stamps while the Grinnin' Barrett is praying for inclement weather. Leos.

Penton: The Lions never seem to play well in Regina, but they're the cream of the CFL crop right now. Lions.

Friesen: It's time for the up-and-down Roughriders to be up again. 'Riders.

Wyman's coin flip: B.C. (After a 1-9 start, the Toonie's coming on and has got Friesen in its sights!)

REPORTERS' RECORDS:

BENDER

32-18 overall

2-1 last week

PENTON

31-19 overall

2-1 last week

FRIESEN

26-24 overall

1-2 last week

MAGIC TOONIE

23-27 overall

3-0 last week


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