In Riderville, the universal reaction seemed to be,"Did I just see/hear that as the Riders beat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 32-27 in the Banjo Bowl?"
The CFL turned into the second half of its schedule with a few teams tottering on the abyss. Meanwhile others are looking around and like the Talking Heads are asking themselves…well, how did I get here?
It is probably the biggest weekend of the 2018 CFL season, at least until the end of the season with playoffs .
It was an emotional win for a team that needed it Sunday afternoon and the Saskatchewan Roughriders bought themselves some breathing room with a 40-27 win over the previously undefeated Calgary Stampeders.
In retrospect, maybe the Riders got all they were going to get from Duron Carter before they released him.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are into their final bye week of the regular season contemplating how they can somehow regain relevance in the CFL playoff race following a 26-19 loss to Edmonton.
The Riders are not that good and not that bad as they showed in their 34-22 defeat at the hands of the Calgary Stampeders.