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TERRY JONES, JONATHAN HUNTINGTON and CON GRIWKOWSKY -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 7:45 AM ET

TONIGHT

MONTREAL AT SASKATCHEWAN, 7 P.M.

JONES: Off what we watched last weekend, roughriders won't win again. Montreal by 10.

HUNTINGTON: Both teams are very banged up, but the the Riders are reealing - and that can be very tough to stop. Als by 3.

GRIWKOWSKY: It's going to be a long home stretch for the Rider Nation. Montreal by 14.

PIGGY: The ghost of Don comes out to haunt the poor, poor pitiful Riders. Montreal by, oh, 21.

TOMORROW

TORONTO AT EDMONTON, 1 P.M.

JONES: Off what we watched all season, the Eskimos will invent a way to lose. Toronto by 1.

HUNTINGTON: If there is one game this year the Esks are going to show up and play 60 minutes, this is it. Edmonton by 6.

GRIWKOWSKY: You read it here first. Eskimos are going to make the playoffs. Edmonton by 3.

PIGGY: Thirty-four years and counting, the Eskimos some how make the improbable playoff math work. Edmonton by 7.

SUNDAY

WINNIPEG AT HAMILTON, 11 A.M.

JONES: Bombers should close the door to a crossover East playoff possibility. Winnipeg by 8.

HUNTINGTON: The East crossover dies here. Hamilton will start Kevin Eakin at quarterback, which says enough. Winnipeg by 14.

GRIWKOWSKY: If it ain't the Esks, the Tabbies can't beat 'em. Winnipeg by 10.

PIGGY: Pray for a HUGE snowstorm so you can't see this debacle unfold. Winnipeg by 14.

B.C. AT CALGARY, 2 P.M.

JONES: Preview of Western Final but mostly meaningless now. B.C. by 3.

HUNTINGTON: Came of the week. Calgary s a different team at home, only losing once in eight games. Calgary by 3.

GRIWKOWSKY: Wallyball just churns out quality quarterbacks. B.C. by 14.

PIGGY: With a bye to the Western Final already sewn up, B.C. can afford to to play it safe. Calgary by 7.

LAST WEEK: JONES 3-0; HUNTINGTON 2-1; GRIWKOWSKY 1-2; PIGGY 2-1

RECORD: JONES 30-31; HUNTINGTON 34-27;

GRIWKOWSKY 33-28; PIGGY 38-23.


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