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Top 10 Blogs and Websites for CFL Fans
1. 55 Yard Line
The 55 Yard Line is a CFL sports blog run by Andrew Bucholtz a Canadian football blogger and analyst for Yahoo Sports. The blog is constantly updated with review and analysis of the week’s football games along with loads of CFL content from the Grey Cup, to the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ recent slide in the standing, the Toronto Argonauts chances of making the playoffs and the chances of CFL expansion in the Atlantic.
2. Windsor CFL
The Windsor Star’s column on Canadian Football League gives fans an intimate glimpse into the Canadian game of football with great analysis and insight into each team. They talk about the impending Argo’s move out of the Roger’s Centre (Skydome) and the Montreal Alouettes and the Grey Cup that is being held in Regina.
3. CFL on TSN
TSN airs CFL games in Canada along with a live scoreboard and updates of the games so fans can know the scores as they happen. Follow the BC Lions, Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Eskimos and all your favorite teams as they play with the CFL on TSN.
Riders Fans feature one of the most hardcore and supportive legions of fans in the country: Roughriders Nation. They have regular columns and articles about their team and and huge forum with over 11,000 members and 2.6 million posts for everything about Saskatchewan’s favorite team.
5. The CFL Site
The official CFL site brings fans one step closer to the action with video highlights, live scores and schedules, and player profiles of all your favorite players from Darian Durant, Getzlaf, Lulay and Burris. Check out the site for CFL tickets and official CFL gear from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Winnipeg Bluebombers.
The Edmonton Journal covers all teams around the CFL including the hometown Edmonton Eskimos and their bitter rivals the Calgary Stampeders. Check out the site for new about QB Mike Reilly, Paul McCallum, Thomas Demarco and offensive player of the week Zach Collaros.
The Province covers the best of North American football including the CFL and the NFL with reporting of the week’s most important football games. The Province has week by week roundups of NFL games and humor articles like Jacoby Jones getting hit in the head by a stripper and Nate Burleson breaking his arm while trying to rescue falling pizza in his SUV.
The Blue Bomber Report brings the best news and analysis of Winnipeg’s favorite team. Hear their coverage of how the team is preparing for their match again the BC Lions, new about QB Thomas DeMarco, and reporting from the NFL about top teams like the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos.
The Scratching Post is a blog run by Drew Edwards that follows his beloved Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Edwards has covered the Ticats for more than four CFL seasons for the Hamilton Spectator and gives fans an intimate view of the team with a close-up view from the sidelines and interviews with the players.
10. CFL on CBC
CBC gives Canadian Football fans great all round coverage of the CFL including analysis of all time receiving yardage leader Geroy Simon’s role with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. They also announce how the the Tiger Cats were able to lure ex-Cowboys QB Stephen McGee to the CFL and the Alouettes playing in the Big O.