Calgary finally jumps into first place - sort of. Four straight losses aren't quite enough to knock Saskatchewan from the top of the heap, but they do fall into a tie for first with Calgary. After spending most of the season as the highest scoring and strongest defense, the Riders drop into a tie for second for the scoring lead, while remaining the top scoring defense.
A strong showing by the Argos wasn't enough to get them any math love, as a dominant BC win bumps them up to 3rd place.
Edmonton continues to underperform, the math gods still don't like Montreal, and then there's Winnipeg.
Luckiest Team: Tie - Calgary and Toronto (+1.5 wins)
Unluckiest Team: Edmonton (-2.6 wins)
Biggest Jump: BC (+1.0 projected wins)
Biggest Drop: Hamilton (-0.7 projected wins)