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Dunigan: Austin did a great job managing his QBs this season

Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach Kent Austin managed his quarterbacks and did it wisely by removing the veteran Henry Burris from short yardage abuse and inserted a younger and certainly talented rushing quarterback in his own right, Dan LeFevour. Let's see how the "Mad Scientist" attacks Montreal's stout defence this Sunday. ...more

Schultz: What Dolphins' Martin had to endure is too much

I have no idea why Jonathan Martin left the Miami Dolphins but as more time moves on, it seems like Richie Incognito is a special kind of disgusting human being. Some will say that Martin is too sensitive while others will say that it is part of the way football is in the locker room. But to have to absorb what was said to him for any rational and intelligent person is too much. ...more

Dunigan: QB Durant needs to run to open holes for RB Sheets

Darian Durant received some much needed and well deserved rest last week. Darian needs to cut it loose with his arm and his legs! If Durant can pressure the edges of the defence with his ability to run the football it will open massive holes for Sheets. Then you can anticipate play action coming into the picture with big play potential. ...more

Dunigan: Lions should ride QB Pierce as long as he can go

The BC Lions embark on what they hope is a three-game road trip with a quarterbacking situation that has been patch-worked together as best it could be since Travis Lulay went down. I believe they should ride Buck Pierce as deep into the playoffs as he can go. ...more

Schultz: Long grind of CFL season rewarded with playoffs

The long grind of the CFL season has come to a close, and now the best time of the year is upon us - playoff football. The regular season is the price you play for the playoff experience and opportunity to possess a ring. TSN football analyst Chris Schultz looks ahead to the postseason and who looks good ahead of the 101st Grey Cup. ...more

Walling: Western is the No. 1 CIS football team...for now

The football ratings say that the Western Mustangs are the number one college football team in this country. But their coach Greg Marshall says Laval, also undefeated and rated number two, "are the champs until they are knocked out" in his mind. In fact, for the first time since the CIS college football ratings came out, three teams across this country have finished the regular season undefeated. TSN reporter Alex J. Walling has more. ...more

Schultz: Bryant's tantrum disrespectful to players, coaches

What is of greater significance, attitude or talent? I say this in reference to Dez Bryant and the temper tantrum displayed for all to see in the Cowboys' 31-30 loss to Detroit. It seems that many, if not all, rationalize that his intense passion for football out-weights his lack of self-control and disrespect for other players and coaches. ...more

Schultz: With CFL playoffs set, what do you do about Week 19?

The Toronto Argonauts have won the East and Calgary has won the West. Congratulations to those two organizations. Montreal will play Hamilton in the East semifinal and BC will play Saskatchewan in the west semifinal. But what do you do about this week - Week 19? Well, as much as CFL football fans may not want to hear it, the goal is to stay healthy. ...more

Schultz: Colts take control of AFC South after Week 7

So the Indianapolis Colts have now created victories over the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. Given the inability of Jacksonville, the inconsistency of Tennessee and the injuries of Houston, the AFC South is under control by the Colts going into almost the mid-point of the 2013 season. TSN football analyst Chris Schultz has more. ...more

Schultz: Cornish, Sheets duke it out for rushing title

The battle for the CFL rushing title has come down to Calgary's Jon Cornish against Saskatchewan's Kory Sheets. TSN football analyst Chris Schultz breaks down what each man is facing and may be thinking as the season pushes to its final three weeks. ...more

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MATT DUNIGAN

The CFL is quarterback-driven league, and Matt Dunigan breaks them down every week.


MATT DUNIGAN

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DAVE HODGE

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DAVE NAYLOR

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JESSE PALMER

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CHRIS SCHULTZ

Chris Schultz tackles all things football during the CFL and NFL seasons.


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Alex J. Walling provides an East Coast perspective.


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