After finally putting an end to their six-game losing streak last week, the Eskimos feel the win has revived their confidence and will pave way to important victories down the stretch.
Ray, Argos taking it one day at a time during crunch time
Argonauts QB Ricky Ray talks about picking up their sense of urgency after a disappointing loss in Saskatchewan and ensuring Toronto is playing its best football of the season down the stretch.
Blue Bombers focused on keeping foot on the gas pedal
The Blue Bombers are focused on responding from a poor effort against the Tiger-Cats in Week 16 and know that they can't take their foot off the gas down final stretch of the season.
After rallying back against the Lions, the Redblacks talk about building on the momentum of the win against the Roughriders tonight on Friday Night Football.
Stamps preparing for a much improved Ticats team
The last matchup between the Stamps and the Ticats was a 60-1 drubbing which resulted in the largest margin of victory in Stampeders franchise history. With a new coach and starting quarterback, the Ticats are a completely different team and the Stamps know they need to be ready to play and compete against a hungry Hamilton side.
Ignoring distractions, Glenn ready to just go out and play
After Kevin Glenn was pulled in last week's game against the Argos, Brandon Bridge came in and guided the offence to the comeback victory. Head coach Chris Jones is going back to his veteran starter against the Redblacks Friday and Glenn is ready to ignore the distractions and play his own game.
Ticats fighting for their lives against Stamps
The last time Hamilton played Calgary they got blown out 60-1. A coaching change and quarterback shake-up later, the Ticats come in to their matchup this week a totally different team. With playoffs still a goal, the Ticats know to be the best, you have to beat the best.
After having a short week, the Alouettes discuss the added benefits of having a full week of preparation and know they need to step up their game against the Eskimos on Monday.
Harris 'ready to roll' for Redblacks
After suffering a shoulder injury in Week 12 against the TiCats, Trevor Harris has been forced to watch the Redblacks' playoff push from the sidelines. Adopting the role of a coach and mentor to his backups, Harris says it was all in the interest of helping the team win, something he hopes to lead the team to in his Week 16 return.