View Poll Results: who will win this year's Grey Cup

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  • BC Lions

    10 37.04%
  • Montreal Alouettes

    17 62.96%
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Thread: who will win this year's Grey Cup?

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    Question who will win this year's Grey Cup?

    1- BC Lions

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    2- Montreal Alouettes

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    Anyone who dares to vote against the Als has no right to show up at the post game parties on Sunday night after the game!

    Anyone interested in getting together to watch the game at a pub somewhere? I'll probably drop by the Peel Pub for some wings with a couple of friends unless someone has a better idea in mind.
    Last edited by Techman; 11-15-2006 at 08:53 PM.

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    Too tough to call, my heart says Montreal but my brain says BC, so i will go with BC, i hope im wrong.

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    I'm also going with BC, although it will be a close game, and, if the weather is not a big problem, I expect a fairly high-scoring game.

    I'm not expecting the O-line and Edwards to have as much success against BC as they did against TO.

    Let's not forget also that although MTL is coming off a very good performance against TO, the Lions have performed perhaps even more impressively disposing of the Roughriders last Sunday.

    And finally, I think that Dickerson and his core of receivers have a slight edge over Calvillo and his passing game.

    The only hope for the Als to pull it off, IMHO, is if the weather comes into play with the possibility of a turnover-laden game and/or if any unexpected injuries to injury-prone guys, like Dickerson, occur.

    My prediction: BC 32, MTL 28 (with MTL failing to score a touchdown on BC's 28 yard line on the final play of the game )

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    Another prediction that i will make is that it will be a very exciting game, the Grey Cup is always exciting especially last years Edmonton win which was one of the most exciting games that i have ever seen, the NFL Super Bore is rarely exciting in comparison.

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    Regina linebacker gets 5 1/2 years in jail for infecting a woman with hiv

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    former Boston College lineman Alvin Washington signs with Hamilton

    Maybe some of you folks here know him:

    http://www.canada.com/topics/sports/...245732&k=83162
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