Malcolm Kelly breaks down the balance of power in the Canadian Football League. The topsy-turvy early season finds a new frontrunner after Week 4. Before a boisterous 36,260 (the 50-50 draw was a record $436,000 payout — can somebody please buy me a ticket), the Green and Gold built up 348 net yards, scoring both on offence and defence. Travon Van came in at running back for John White, who is out for the year, and contributed 103 yards, including three carries of better than 10.
With Week 3 complete, Malcolm Kelly breaks down the balance of power in the Canadian Football League. The rest of the league won't like this, but the White Stallions are unbeaten in three and still have yet to put a full game together. This time the offence took a half to get untracked, while the defence did enough to keep the score down. A few orange slices and a little rest and the machine found it for the final 30 minutes, outscoring Winnipeg 20-0 and leaving little hope for any comeback.
With Week 2 complete, Malcolm Kelly breaks down the balance of power in the Canadian Football League. We now know Ottawa and Calgary can play each other evenly, next question is how the rest of the league will do against them. White Stallions came out aggressive, created opportunities and held on at the end against a strong comeback. In two games, the defence and special teams have given up 70 points, but the argument can be made it's versus a strong offence. We'll see as the weeks go by.
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