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« on: February 16, 2019, 10:30:43 AM »

TSN football analyst Chris Schultz is back with his Week 12 selections in the CFL. Air Max 97 Ingrosso . The Big Man finished 3-1 in Week 11, and sits at 28-17 on the season in Schultz vs. The World. Now Schultz is ready for more action, including his pick for the Western showdown between the Blue Bombers and Lions. Montreal Alouettes at Edmonton Eskimos The Alouettes may have found their quarterback in Jonathan Crompton while the Eskimos need their number one guy back in Mike Reilly. The last two games Crompton has played have been at home, a 10-point win against a RedBlacks team that has one win and last week a nine-point win against a Ticat team that has two wins. The quality of the competition steps up this week as they play a seven-win team in Edmonton that will be motivated to win again this week. Montreal is dangerous because if Crompton gets hot the Als have pretty much all the other pieces in place for consistent success. Was impressed with Duron Carter and his spectacular sideline catch and the contribution of Chad Johnson. I wonder if both will continue to excel over the next nine weeks because when it comes to the physical skills to play effective football, they have it. It will be very interesting to see how Edmonton now handles adversity. Everything was going so well but now with two losses in six days the invincibility of Eskimo football will be tested in terms of confidence. I remember the first Als-Eskimos game on August 8, 33-23 for Edmonton in Montreal in a game that was over by halftime. Not this one. Montreal is a better team by comparison to that time about a month ago, but not better than Edmonton. It should be close. Edmonton. Toronto Argonauts at Calgary Stampeders Will Andre Durie and Chad Owens be back? Those will be the two most important questions for Argonaut success come Saturday. They are coming off the bye week and still lead the East - as ridiculous as it sounds - with three wins going into Week 12 so both represent reasons for optimism. Yet, I cant see Calgary letting their preparation or execution waver this week. The Stampeders are 9-1 and the one loss came by one point to BC in the last three minutes. Could be a very good game but there is too much depth and talent in Calgary not to get a 10th win. Calgary. Winnipeg Blue Bombers at B.C. Lions Just like Edmonton, the Saskatchewan Roughriders have won three in a row over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Two came over the last two weeks and the third was August 7 in a 23-17 decision in Winnipeg. The Bombers need to get healthy and keep Drew Willy confident. Yes, that was a horrific throw that turned out to be a game-winning interception but it was offset by many other good plays. He will learn as a first-year starter. If BC creates a run-pass balance then the 23-6 loss back on July 25 shall be avenged. This is a tough one as Kevin Glenn is back in all likelihood and BC did only score seven points in Ottawa and it was not from a touchdown. Still the Bombers did not pass-block well against the Riders and did not stop the run. Again. BC, but it wont be easy. Saskatchewan Roughriders at Hamilton Tiger-Cats Game 2 at the new Tim Hortons Field and should be a better one than the first one, a 13-12 Hamilton win over Toronto on Labour Day. The best play last week in Montreal for Hamilton was the screen pass to Mossis Madu out of Oklahoma and successful it was. Richie Hall will be ready for it as a defensive coordinator. Zack Collaros played well and Hamilton played a good first half against Montreal. But it was just a half. Overall the Riders have a better pass rush and better pass protection, and run offence and run defence. They are just the better team. In Week 1, the fourth game of a young CFL season saw a final score of Riders 31, Tiger-Cats 10. This one will be closer but with the same winner. Saskatchewan Roughriders. Air Max 97 Prezzi Bassi . Kenny Miller scored from the penalty spot and Camilo Sanvezzo came off the bench to add two late goals as the Whitecaps kept their playoff hopes alive with a 3-0 victory over the sagging Impact on Saturday afternoon. Air Max 97 Scontate .Y. - Islanders forward Anders Lee has been fined $2,286 by the NHL for elbowing St. http://www.airmax97italia.it/ . Blackhawks RW Patrick Kane came up big when it counted, tallying two goals and an assist. He scored the game-winner with 4:45 remaining in the third period, stopping on the right hashmarks, carrying the puck up through the top of the Kings zone, then firing a wrist shot from the top of the circles past Jonathan Quick, who had his view obstructed by Andrew Shaw.RENTON, Wash. -- Back from their bye week, with the best record in the NFL and heading into a Monday night showdown with the Saints, Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks spent Tuesday dealing with the kinds of distractions they believed were over. Instead, the Seahawks are adding to the list of player suspensions theyve faced since Carroll took over in 2010. "Were still trying to work through it. Ill say it again, Ive always found myself looking for guys that maybe other people dont see something special in and we take a chance on a guy here or there that needs some extra consideration and care," Carroll said. "And sometimes guys they have issues and things pop up but Ive always been kind of hopeful and make guys find the best in them and bring it out. Sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesnt. Well certainly hang with our guys and take care of them." Starting cornerback Walter Thurmond was officially suspended Tuesday by the NFL for the teams next four games for violating the leagues substance abuse policy, leaving the Seahawks short-handed going into Mondays matchup against New Orleans. Thurmond will be eligible to return to the active roster on Monday, Dec. 23, before the final game of the regular season, but his absence leaves a hole in a secondary that was previously missing starting cornerback Brandon Browner because of a groin injury. Thurmonds suspension was first reported by NFL.com over the weekend. Thurmond took to Twitter and apologized on Sunday, writing, "Yes I made a mistake and I have to live with the consequences. Im disappointed in myself for letting my teammates and family down." Thurmonds is the sixth Seattle player officially suspended for substance-abuse or performance-enhancing drugs violations by the league since 2011. That doesnt include Richard Sherman, whose suspension was overturned on appeal late last season. "I dont know that we can expect to be perfect. We would like to be, but that isnt the case," Carroll said. "Its a big challenge for these guys to do right and we want them to do it and carry through and be there when we need them and count on them. It doesnt always work that way. It presents opportunities for other guys. Weve always championed that and our guys have always come through and theyll do that again in this instance." Thurmond has started three games this season for Seattle, including the teams last game against Minnesota when he had his first interception of the season and returned it 29 yards for a touchdown. Even when he wasnt starting, Thurmond was a critical member of one of the NFLs best secondary units as the fifthh defensive back in passing situations. Air Max 97 Scontate Uomo. Thurmond beat out veteran Antoine Winfield, whom Seattle signed in the off-season, for the nickel cornerback spot during training camp. He had struggled with injuries throughout his career but was finally healthy and playing well ahead of an off-season where he will be a free agent. Seattle moved quickly to fill Thurmonds roster spot, signing veteran Perrish Cox, who worked out for the team recently after being released by San Francisco on Nov. 12. Cox played in 25 games over two seasons with the 49ers in a reserve role after starting nine games for Denver in 2010. Seattle had also worked out former cornerback Marcus Trufant, who has not played this season, before deciding on signing Cox. The Seahawks are likely to lean on young backups Byron Maxwell and Jeremy Lane. Maxwell had been seeing more playing time, especially on passing downs when Thurmond would move inside to cover slot receivers. Lane started three games late last season when Browner was serving a four-game suspension for using performance enhancing drugs and Thurmond was injured. Carroll also indicated that DeShawn Shead will be promoted from the practice squad to the active roster, but that move was not made official on Tuesday. Presumably, Sheads promotion will coincide with a roster move involving Browner, who is also reportedly facing a suspension for a substance-abuse violation. Shead can play both cornerback and safety. Its his second season with the Seahawks, most of that spent on the practice squad. He was added to the 53-man roster late last season but was inactive for each game. Hes been getting paid this season at the same rate as a second-year player on the 53-man roster according to the NFLPA database. Carroll said despite the continued problems he doesnt believe his message or approach needs to change. "Well always look to do it better. Were on it. I think this team is very strong about where were going and what were doing. Because somebody slips, that doesnt mean were not on track," Carroll said. "I believe were on a tremendous track right now. The focus around here, the dedication to what were doing, the standard that we hold them to in all areas. Look at where we are; were exemplary in many, many areas and were really proud of it. But that doesnt mean somebody is not going to slip and make a mistake now and then." NOTES: Seattle WR Percy Harvin was held out of practice on Tuesday. Carroll reiterated that Harvin is day to day. ... WR Jermaine Kearse did practice after suffering a concussion in Seattles Week 11 win over Minnesota. 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