Week 18 Picks
9:00 PM Friday, October 26, 2012
54.0% - B.C.
BC 21 CGY 41.
Last time these two teams played, it was 0ctober 6th and BC won 27-22 It was a very close and competitive game and Calgary had their chances. This one will be similar. It is too early for any Lions to anticipate the playoffs; live in the present and prepare for the playoffs. QB Mike Reilly is for real and it's time to prove it again. BC 29, Calgary 25
1:00 PM Saturday, October 27, 2012
57.0% - Hamilton
WPG 18 HAM 28.
Amazing to think after all the off-season training camp, exhibition games, 18 weeks and 17 games, it comes down to one Saturday afternoon for the season to be considered a success to some extent or a failure in reality. My head says Winnipeg but with this being the last game at Ivor Wynne Stadium, my heart says Hamilton. I should go with my head but as usual, I won't. The heart rules and the Ticats win the last game at Ivor Wynne. Winnipeg 29, Hamilton 30
4:00 PM Saturday, October 27, 2012
84.9% - Saskatchewan
TOR 31 SSK 26.
The Roughriders must win to keep the Eskimos out of that third and very important playoff position. The Argos pretty much know their situation and may work on staying healthy as much as winning. Urgency rules in this one. Toronto 24, Saskatchewan 29
1:00 PM Sunday, October 28, 2012
80.7% - Montreal
EDM 25 MTL 27.
The song remains the same and so does the situation. Montreal has first place wrapped up in the East with games remaining. But it's way to early to take the gas off the personal accelerator of execution perfection. Next week in Winnipeg, maybe but this week at home with the home fans, never. The Alouettes need to take care of all that at home. Edmonton 20, Montreal 33
Through 68 games, Schultz is 38-30. The World is 35-33.
Schultz currently leads with 38 wins.