RB Ron McClendon (Edmonton) - The feel-good story of the week in the CFL, rushing for 198 yards on 25 carries in his first game this year. It's great to see classy professionals get rewarded for a tough year.
RB Charles Roberts (Winnipeg) - The CFL rushing champion for 2006 after piling up 151 yards on the ground against Calgary. Roberts will give an i-Pod and steak dinner to everyone on the Winnipeg offensive line.
DB Mark Washington (B.C.) - Made a huge interception in the third quarter to score a touchdown, giving the Lions the lead against Hamilton. He later blocked a punt to set up a field goal.
QB Dave Dickenson (B.C.) - Came off the bench to engineer 20 points in the second half to help the Lions beat the hapless Tabbies. The performance likely earned him the start in the West Final.
K Sandro DeAngelis (Calgary) - Broke the Stampeder club record with his 55th field goal of the year, eclipsing Mark McLoughlin's mark.
LB Mike O'Shea (Toronto) - On a brutal night for the Argo offence, O'Shea gave 30,000 people at Rogers Centre something to cheer about by recording his 1,000th career tackle, becoming the first modern-day Canadian to hit that total.
QB Kevin Glenn (Winnipeg) - In a game that kept alive hope for a home playoff date in Winnipeg, Glenn threw three touchdowns and didn't offer one pick.
LB Kyries Hebert (Winnipeg) - Showing why he might be the best special teams coverage man in the league, Hebert had four tackles for the Bombers.
RB Kenton Keith (Saskatchewan) - Helped by a solid offensive line and wicked moves in open field, Keith had 70 yards rushing, 32 yards receiving and more than half of the Riders' overall offensive production.
DE Brandon Guillory (Edmonton) - He seems to be everywhere for the Eskimos, getting two more sacks and a pass knockdown. Could be a great find by general manager Paul Jones.