The Tiger-Cats were officially eliminated from the playoffs last week. Even though it's still a tough pill to swallow, they looked at the turn around from 0-8 as a huge positive for the organization moving forward. The Ticats face the Montreal Alouettes live at 1pm et/10am pt on TSN1/4/5 and TSN GO.
Durant hopes he can help Als finish season on a positive note
Darian Durant says he's itching to get back onto the field and is hoping he can help create a positive attitude so that the Alouettes can finish the season strong despite being eliminated from the playoffs. The Alouettes take on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Sunday at 1pm et/10am pt on TSN1/4/5 and TSN GO.
Willis not a fan of Maas' decision to sit him last week
After sitting out last week's win over the Argos in hopes of giving him some rest, veteran DE Odell Willis explains why he wasn't a fan of the decision, while Jason Maas explains that resting Willis was a result of the team trying to keep him healthy for the playoffs.
Despite having playoff spot locked up, Esks have no plans to let up down stretch
Despite already having a playoff spot locked up, the Eskimos explain that they have no intentions of taking their foot off the petal over the final two weeks of the season in hopes of building momentum as they go into the postseason. The Esks also say they're expecting the Lions to bring their best on Saturday night.
The Blue Bombers discuss the tough test the Argonauts will present on Saturday and what they have to focus on heading into the playoffs.
With playoff chances dwindling, Lions looking for strong finish
The Lions chances of making the playoffs are almost impossible at this point, but they're still hoping for a strong finish knowing jobs are on the line heading into next season.
Woods on clinching first in East: As a team, as pros it's our time to finish
With a chance to clinch first in the East by winning the remainder of their games, the Argos are focused on completing the goal they set at the start of the season.
Posey: Green has definitely sped up my learning curve
DeVier Posey describes how S.J. Green has influenced him on and off the field and Marc Trestman explains how his strength goes beyond the field as a leader.
Riders head coach Chris Jones explains his decision to play Duron Carter on both sides of the ball in Friday's game against the Stamps, and why he feels comfortable starting the wide receiver at cornerback. Kevin Glenn goes on to explain that Carter's athletic ability is off the charts and the team wants to take advantage of that.
Owens can't wait to make long awaited Riders debut Friday
Chad Owens talks about how excited he is to finally make his Riders debut Friday night against the Stamps, the long road recovering from a foot injury, the chemistry he already has with Kevin Glenn, and much more.