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2013-17 CFL Season Recaps
By Zane Miller In seasons 56 through 60 of the Canadian Football League, the Grey Cup was won by five different teams, as the Saskatchewan Roughriders (2013), Calgary Stampeders (2014), Edmonton Eskimos (2015, now known as the Edmonton Football Team), Ottawa Redblacks (2016) and Toronto Argonauts (2017) all had a turn at raising the Cup. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Stampeders each grabbed the runner-up spot twice, with the Tiger-Cats losing the championship in 2013 and 2014, as the Stampeders also lost in back-to-back years in 2016 and 2017. The Redblacks also came up just shy of hoisting the Grey Cup, losing in 2015 before claiming it the next season. The Most Outstanding Player Award was also won by a different player in each of the five seasons. 2013 MVP: Jon Cornish (Calgary Stampeders, RB)- 12 TD & 1,813 yds rushing 2014 MVP: Solomon Elimimian (BC Lions, LB)- 5 sacks, 2 FF & 1 INT 2015 MVP: Henry Burris (Ottawa Redblacks, QB)- 26 TD & 5,703 yds passing 2016 MVP: Bo Levi Mitchell (Calgary Stampeders, QB)- 32 TD & 5,385 yds passing 2017 MVP: Mike Reilly (Edmonton Eskimos, QB)- 30 TD & 5,830 yds passing 2013 best record: Calgary Stampeders (14-4, .778) Worst record: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3-15, .167) 2014 best record: Calgary Stampeders (15-3, .833) Worst record: Ottawa Redblacks (2-16, .111) 2015 best record: Edmonton Eskimos (14-4, .778) Worst record: Saskatchewan Roughriders (3-15, .167) 2016 best record: Calgary Stampeders (15-2-1, .882) Worst record: Toronto Argonauts (5-13, .278) 2017 best record: Calgary Stampeders (13-4-1, .765) Worst record: Montreal Alouettes (3-15, .167) 2013 playoffs Out in first round: BC Lions (L 29-25 to Roughriders), Montreal Alouettes (L 19-16 (OT) to Tiger-Cats) Out in second round: Toronto Argonauts (L 36-24 to Tiger-Cats), Calgary Stampeders (L 35-13 to Roughriders) 2014 playoffs Out in first round: Saskatchewan Roughriders (L 18-10 to Eskimos), BC Lions (L 50-17 to Alouettes) Out in second round: Montreal Alouettes (L 40-24 to Tiger-Cats), Calgary Stampeders (L 43-18 to Eskimos) 2015 playoffs Out in first round: Toronto Argonauts (L 25-22 to Tiger-Cats), BC Lions (L 35-9 to Stampeders) Out in second round: Calgary Stampeders (L 45-31 to Eskimos), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 35-28 to Redblacks) 2016 playoffs Out in first round: Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 24-21 to Eskimos), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 32-31) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 42-15 to Stampeders), Edmonton Eskimos (L 35-23 to Redblacks) 2017 playoffs Out in first round: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 39-32 to Eskimos), Ottawa Redblacks (L 31-20 to Roughriders) Out in second round: Edmonton Eskimos (L 32-28 to Stampeders), Saskatchewan Roughriders (L 25-21 to Argonauts) Grey Cup results Link to stats database: https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/2013details.html through https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/2017details.html Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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zmiller82
2013-17 CFL Season Recaps
By Zane Miller In seasons 56 through 60 of the Canadian Football League, the Grey Cup was won by five different teams, as the Saskatchewan Roughriders (2013), Calgary Stampeders (2014), Edmonton Eskimos (2015, now known as the Edmonton Football Team), Ottawa Redblacks (2016) and Toronto Argonauts (2017) all had a turn at raising the Cup. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Stampeders each grabbed the runner-up spot twice, with the Tiger-Cats losing the championship in 2013 and 2014, as the Stampeders also lost in back-to-back years in 2016 and 2017. The Redblacks also came up just shy of hoisting the Grey Cup, losing in 2015 before claiming it the next season. The Most Outstanding Player Award was also won by a different player in each of the five seasons. 2013 MVP: Jon Cornish (Calgary Stampeders, RB)- 12 TD & 1,813 yds rushing 2014 MVP: Solomon Elimimian (BC Lions, LB)- 5 sacks, 2 FF & 1 INT 2015 MVP: Henry Burris (Ottawa Redblacks, QB)- 26 TD & 5,703 yds passing 2016 MVP: Bo Levi Mitchell (Calgary Stampeders, QB)- 32 TD & 5,385 yds passing 2017 MVP: Mike Reilly (Edmonton Eskimos, QB)- 30 TD & 5,830 yds passing 2013 best record: Calgary Stampeders (14-4, .778) Worst record: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3-15, .167) 2014 best record: Calgary Stampeders (15-3, .833) Worst record: Ottawa Redblacks (2-16, .111) 2015 best record: Edmonton Eskimos (14-4, .778) Worst record: Saskatchewan Roughriders (3-15, .167) 2016 best record: Calgary Stampeders (15-2-1, .882) Worst record: Toronto Argonauts (5-13, .278) 2017 best record: Calgary Stampeders (13-4-1, .765) Worst record: Montreal Alouettes (3-15, .167) 2013 playoffs Out in first round: BC Lions (L 29-25 to Roughriders), Montreal Alouettes (L 19-16 (OT) to Tiger-Cats) Out in second round: Toronto Argonauts (L 36-24 to Tiger-Cats), Calgary Stampeders (L 35-13 to Roughriders) 2014 playoffs Out in first round: Saskatchewan Roughriders (L 18-10 to Eskimos), BC Lions (L 50-17 to Alouettes) Out in second round: Montreal Alouettes (L 40-24 to Tiger-Cats), Calgary Stampeders (L 43-18 to Eskimos) 2015 playoffs Out in first round: Toronto Argonauts (L 25-22 to Tiger-Cats), BC Lions (L 35-9 to Stampeders) Out in second round: Calgary Stampeders (L 45-31 to Eskimos), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 35-28 to Redblacks) 2016 playoffs Out in first round: Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 24-21 to Eskimos), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 32-31) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 42-15 to Stampeders), Edmonton Eskimos (L 35-23 to Redblacks) 2017 playoffs Out in first round: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 39-32 to Eskimos), Ottawa Redblacks (L 31-20 to Roughriders) Out in second round: Edmonton Eskimos (L 32-28 to Stampeders), Saskatchewan Roughriders (L 25-21 to Argonauts) Grey Cup results Link to stats database: https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/2013details.html through https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/2017details.html Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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zmiller82
2013-17 CFL Season Recaps
By Zane Miller In seasons 56 through 60 of the Canadian Football League, the Grey Cup was won by five different teams, as the Saskatchewan Roughriders (2013), Calgary Stampeders (2014), Edmonton Eskimos (2015, now known as the Edmonton Football Team), Ottawa Redblacks (2016) and Toronto Argonauts (2017) all had a turn at raising the Cup. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Stampeders each grabbed the runner-up spot twice, with the Tiger-Cats losing the championship in 2013 and 2014, as the Stampeders also lost in back-to-back years in 2016 and 2017. The Redblacks also came up just shy of hoisting the Grey Cup, losing in 2015 before claiming it the next season. The Most Outstanding Player Award was also won by a different player in each of the five seasons. 2013 MVP: Jon Cornish (Calgary Stampeders, RB)- 12 TD & 1,813 yds rushing 2014 MVP: Solomon Elimimian (BC Lions, LB)- 5 sacks, 2 FF & 1 INT 2015 MVP: Henry Burris (Ottawa Redblacks, QB)- 26 TD & 5,703 yds passing 2016 MVP: Bo Levi Mitchell (Calgary Stampeders, QB)- 32 TD & 5,385 yds passing 2017 MVP: Mike Reilly (Edmonton Eskimos, QB)- 30 TD & 5,830 yds passing 2013 best record: Calgary Stampeders (14-4, .778) Worst record: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3-15, .167) 2014 best record: Calgary Stampeders (15-3, .833) Worst record: Ottawa Redblacks (2-16, .111) 2015 best record: Edmonton Eskimos (14-4, .778) Worst record: Saskatchewan Roughriders (3-15, .167) 2016 best record: Calgary Stampeders (15-2-1, .882) Worst record: Toronto Argonauts (5-13, .278) 2017 best record: Calgary Stampeders (13-4-1, .765) Worst record: Montreal Alouettes (3-15, .167) 2013 playoffs Out in first round: BC Lions (L 29-25 to Roughriders), Montreal Alouettes (L 19-16 (OT) to Tiger-Cats) Out in second round: Toronto Argonauts (L 36-24 to Tiger-Cats), Calgary Stampeders (L 35-13 to Roughriders) 2014 playoffs Out in first round: Saskatchewan Roughriders (L 18-10 to Eskimos), BC Lions (L 50-17 to Alouettes) Out in second round: Montreal Alouettes (L 40-24 to Tiger-Cats), Calgary Stampeders (L 43-18 to Eskimos) 2015 playoffs Out in first round: Toronto Argonauts (L 25-22 to Tiger-Cats), BC Lions (L 35-9 to Stampeders) Out in second round: Calgary Stampeders (L 45-31 to Eskimos), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 35-28 to Redblacks) 2016 playoffs Out in first round: Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 24-21 to Eskimos), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 32-31) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 42-15 to Stampeders), Edmonton Eskimos (L 35-23 to Redblacks) 2017 playoffs Out in first round: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 39-32 to Eskimos), Ottawa Redblacks (L 31-20 to Roughriders) Out in second round: Edmonton Eskimos (L 32-28 to Stampeders), Saskatchewan Roughriders (L 25-21 to Argonauts) Grey Cup results Link to stats database: https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/2013details.html through https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/2017details.html Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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