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The two best teams in the Canadian Football League are the Calgary Stampeders and the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Air Jordan 11 Cheapest . They are the two best not because of any perimeter player but due to the offensive line of scrimmage players, the lineman. To date Calgary has only given up a league-best 12 quarterback sacks and the next best, Saskatchewan, has allowed only 22. It is true that quarterbacks limit sacks by getting rid of the football quickly. Running backs who block blitzing linebackers help too, and receivers who adjust to open areas are the first two elements, but to pass protect you need very good guards, tackles and a smart centre. Saskatchewan and Calgary have the best. In the run game no one can run the football better than Saskatchewan. They are No. 1 and use three backs to get it done - Anthony Allen, Will Ford and Jerome Messam. The second-best running team? Calgary. They at one time depended on five running backs but now that Jon Cornish is back they only need one, Jon Cornish. Dave Dickenson for Calgary and George Cortez for Saskatchewan do the play calling and if not for that commitment to that element of football you cant perform in the run game but they dont create the collisions. You can also make an argument that the Stamps and Riders have the best two defensive lines, but I will wait for a little later in the season before I make that statement. Week 11 started with BC and Ottawa and 7 to 5 was the final score. You gotta be kidding. Football is only entertaining when certain aspects of the game are present or avoided. It is a great game when there are a limited amount of penalties, very few two-and-outs for both offences and some drama as to who is going to win throughout the fourth quarter, especially in the last three minutes. But more than anything the more the lead changes, the better. When one team takes the lead in points, then the other, then the other again the game is great. But at 7-5, not so great. Last Friday was the lowest scoring game since 1979 and I hope it never happens again. The fan response in Ottawa has been very good and I hope it continues. And hopefully the fans in the stands can watch a 41-34 game and see the Redblacks win as Calgary did against Edmonton on Saturday night. Three times now this year the Stampeders have beaten Edmonton. In Week 5, Calgary 26, Edmonton 22 in Edmonton. Week 11, Calgary 28, Edmonton 13 in Calgary and last Saturday in Edmonton again, Calgary won 41-34. Now Edmonton can rationalize the losses away by saying in the first one we self imploded with six turnovers and in the other two we did not have our starting quarterback Mike Reilly. That is what I would do, rationalize. But truth is these two teams will most likely meet in the playoffs at some point and Calgary has the psychological edge of confidence over Edmonton and confidence is critical in winning football. Yes by the time November rolls around what happens in September means very little, or does it? This is the first real adversity to hit Edmonton all year as in the first half of the season all fell into place very smoothly. Now with two straight losses the invincibility attitude is no longer present. In Montreal they played two different games. The first one only lasted 30 minutes and Hamilton won 21-7. In the second one Montreal won 31-10. And that made the final 38-31 Montreal. I thought both quarterbacks took steps forward to become "the guy" for their respective organizations. Zack Collaros had some great moments, mainly in the first half, and Jonathan Crompton had some great moments, mainly in the second half. This situation in the East is bizarre, humorous and disturbing. The best team in the East has three wins in Toronto, the worst team in the East has one win in Ottawa and were about to start Week 12. Do I have an explanation? Yes, but it is not anything you have not heard before. I have followed CFL football closely my entire life and I have never witnessed a set of circumstances like this in East/West relationship before. Bizarre. And finally, here is hoping both Darian Durant and Travis Lulay are going to be okay. For Lulay, it is his fourth direct shoulder injury as his first goes back to 2007. You could tell it was serious business as the arm could not support itself and needed support from others just to walk off the football field. With Durant you could tell right away due to the expression of pain in his face and in his body. Yes both are needed back as "on field" players as they are the leaders of their teams. But of greater significance the injuries as they mount up limit or extinguish careers. Both of these CFL players are great people and you can never get enough great people in association with great players. Football is brutal. Here is wishing the best for both from I am sure I can say with confidence...everyone. Cheap Jordan 11 For Sale . -- Jonathan Diaz is easy to spot in the Blue Jays clubhouse. Air Jordan 11 Retro Ie .Y. -- When the New York Islanders lead was cut in half in the opening minute of the third period, the sense of impending doom began wafting through Nassau Coliseum.St. Louis, MO (Sports Network) - The St. Louis Blues announced that Hall of Famer Brett Hull has returned to the franchise. Hull was welcomed as the clubs new executive vice during a press conference at Scottrade Center on Monday. "We are pleased and proud to announce that Brett Hull is coming home to the St. Louis Blues. "Brett was a Hall of Famer on ice, and hell be a Hall of Famer in this capacity as well," said Blues chairman Tom Stillman. Hull was acquired from Calgary late in the 1987-88 season and over the next 10-plus campaigns rewrote the franchise record books. He ranks at the top of the list for goals (527), hat tricks (27), game-winning goals (70), power-play goals (195) and shots on goal (3,367), and second in assists (409), points (936) and shorthandedd goals (18). Air Jordan 11 Ireland. Hull also tallied three consecutive seasons of 70-or-more goals from 1989-92 and owns both the club mark for single-season tallies as well as the NHL record for right wingers with 86, accomplished in 1990-91, Following the end of a legendary 20-year NHL career during which he compiled 741 goals, the 49-year-old moved into management with the Dallas Stars in 2006, rising to the level of co-general manager with Les Jackson in November of 2007. He was eventually fired in 2009, replaced by former Dallas teammate Joe Nieuwendyk, but remained with the club as an advisor. 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