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1983-87 CFL Season Recaps
By Zane Miller In seasons 26 through 30 of the Canadian Football League, each season resulted in a different champion during this span, with the Toronto Argonauts winning the Grey Cup in 1983, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers claiming it in 1984, the BC Lions winning in 1985, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats nabbing it in 1986 and the Edmonton Eskimos (now Edmonton Football Team) taking the championship in 1987. The Tiger-Cats were runners-up in 1984 and 1985, as did the Lions in 1983 along with the Eskimos in 1986 and the Argonauts in 1987. Five different players earned the Most Outstanding Player Award during this span. 1983 MVP: Warren Moon (Edmonton Eskimos, QB)- 31 TD & 5,648 yds passing 1984 MVP: Willard Reaves (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, RB)- 14 TD & 1,733 yds rushing 1985 MVP: Mervyn Fernandez (BC Lions, WR)- 15 TD & 1,727 yds receiving 1986 MVP: James Murphy (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, WR)- 12 TD & 1,746 yds receiving 1987 MVP: Tom Clements (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, QB)- 35 TD & 4,686 yds passing 1983 best record: Toronto Argonauts (12-4, .750) Worst record: Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-11, .313) 1984 best record: BC Lions (12-3-1, .800) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (4-12, .250) 1985 best record: BC Lions (13-3, .813) Worst record: Calgary Stampeders (3-13, .188) 1986 best record: Edmonton Eskimos (13-4-1, .765) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (3-14-1, .176) 1987 best record: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (12-6, .667) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (3-15, .167) 1983 playoffs Out in first round: Ottawa Rough Riders (L 33-31 to Tiger-Cats), Edmonton Eskimos (L 49-22 to Blue Bombers) Out in second round: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 39-21 to Lions), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 41-36 to Argonauts) 1984 playoffs Out in first round: Edmonton Eskimos (L 55-20 to Blue Bombers), Montreal Concordes (L 17-11 to Tiger-Cats) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 31-14 to Blue Bombers), Toronto Argonauts (L 14-13 (OT) to Tiger-Cats) 1985 playoffs Out in first round: Ottawa Rough Riders (L 30-20 to Concordes), Edmonton Eskimos (L 22-15 to Blue Bombers) Out in second round: Montreal Concordes (L 50-26 to Tiger-Cats), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 42-22 to Lions) 1986 playoffs Out in first round: Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 31-17 to Argonauts), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 21-14 to Lions), Calgary Stampeders (L 27-18 to Eskimos) Out in second round: Toronto Argonauts (L 42-25 to Tiger-Cats), BC Lions (L 41-5 to Eskimos) 1987 playoffs Out in first round: Calgary Stampeders (L 30-16 to Eskimos), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 29-13 to Argonauts) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 31-7 to Eskimos), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 19-3 to Argonauts) Grey Cup results Link to stats database: https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/1983details.html through https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/1987details.html Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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zmiller82
1983-87 CFL Season Recaps
By Zane Miller In seasons 26 through 30 of the Canadian Football League, each season resulted in a different champion during this span, with the Toronto Argonauts winning the Grey Cup in 1983, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers claiming it in 1984, the BC Lions winning in 1985, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats nabbing it in 1986 and the Edmonton Eskimos (now Edmonton Football Team) taking the championship in 1987. The Tiger-Cats were runners-up in 1984 and 1985, as did the Lions in 1983 along with the Eskimos in 1986 and the Argonauts in 1987. Five different players earned the Most Outstanding Player Award during this span. 1983 MVP: Warren Moon (Edmonton Eskimos, QB)- 31 TD & 5,648 yds passing 1984 MVP: Willard Reaves (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, RB)- 14 TD & 1,733 yds rushing 1985 MVP: Mervyn Fernandez (BC Lions, WR)- 15 TD & 1,727 yds receiving 1986 MVP: James Murphy (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, WR)- 12 TD & 1,746 yds receiving 1987 MVP: Tom Clements (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, QB)- 35 TD & 4,686 yds passing 1983 best record: Toronto Argonauts (12-4, .750) Worst record: Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-11, .313) 1984 best record: BC Lions (12-3-1, .800) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (4-12, .250) 1985 best record: BC Lions (13-3, .813) Worst record: Calgary Stampeders (3-13, .188) 1986 best record: Edmonton Eskimos (13-4-1, .765) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (3-14-1, .176) 1987 best record: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (12-6, .667) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (3-15, .167) 1983 playoffs Out in first round: Ottawa Rough Riders (L 33-31 to Tiger-Cats), Edmonton Eskimos (L 49-22 to Blue Bombers) Out in second round: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 39-21 to Lions), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 41-36 to Argonauts) 1984 playoffs Out in first round: Edmonton Eskimos (L 55-20 to Blue Bombers), Montreal Concordes (L 17-11 to Tiger-Cats) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 31-14 to Blue Bombers), Toronto Argonauts (L 14-13 (OT) to Tiger-Cats) 1985 playoffs Out in first round: Ottawa Rough Riders (L 30-20 to Concordes), Edmonton Eskimos (L 22-15 to Blue Bombers) Out in second round: Montreal Concordes (L 50-26 to Tiger-Cats), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 42-22 to Lions) 1986 playoffs Out in first round: Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 31-17 to Argonauts), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 21-14 to Lions), Calgary Stampeders (L 27-18 to Eskimos) Out in second round: Toronto Argonauts (L 42-25 to Tiger-Cats), BC Lions (L 41-5 to Eskimos) 1987 playoffs Out in first round: Calgary Stampeders (L 30-16 to Eskimos), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 29-13 to Argonauts) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 31-7 to Eskimos), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 19-3 to Argonauts) Grey Cup results Link to stats database: https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/1983details.html through https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/1987details.html Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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zmiller82
1983-87 CFL Season Recaps
By Zane Miller In seasons 26 through 30 of the Canadian Football League, each season resulted in a different champion during this span, with the Toronto Argonauts winning the Grey Cup in 1983, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers claiming it in 1984, the BC Lions winning in 1985, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats nabbing it in 1986 and the Edmonton Eskimos (now Edmonton Football Team) taking the championship in 1987. The Tiger-Cats were runners-up in 1984 and 1985, as did the Lions in 1983 along with the Eskimos in 1986 and the Argonauts in 1987. Five different players earned the Most Outstanding Player Award during this span. 1983 MVP: Warren Moon (Edmonton Eskimos, QB)- 31 TD & 5,648 yds passing 1984 MVP: Willard Reaves (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, RB)- 14 TD & 1,733 yds rushing 1985 MVP: Mervyn Fernandez (BC Lions, WR)- 15 TD & 1,727 yds receiving 1986 MVP: James Murphy (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, WR)- 12 TD & 1,746 yds receiving 1987 MVP: Tom Clements (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, QB)- 35 TD & 4,686 yds passing 1983 best record: Toronto Argonauts (12-4, .750) Worst record: Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-11, .313) 1984 best record: BC Lions (12-3-1, .800) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (4-12, .250) 1985 best record: BC Lions (13-3, .813) Worst record: Calgary Stampeders (3-13, .188) 1986 best record: Edmonton Eskimos (13-4-1, .765) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (3-14-1, .176) 1987 best record: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (12-6, .667) Worst record: Ottawa Rough Riders (3-15, .167) 1983 playoffs Out in first round: Ottawa Rough Riders (L 33-31 to Tiger-Cats), Edmonton Eskimos (L 49-22 to Blue Bombers) Out in second round: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 39-21 to Lions), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 41-36 to Argonauts) 1984 playoffs Out in first round: Edmonton Eskimos (L 55-20 to Blue Bombers), Montreal Concordes (L 17-11 to Tiger-Cats) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 31-14 to Blue Bombers), Toronto Argonauts (L 14-13 (OT) to Tiger-Cats) 1985 playoffs Out in first round: Ottawa Rough Riders (L 30-20 to Concordes), Edmonton Eskimos (L 22-15 to Blue Bombers) Out in second round: Montreal Concordes (L 50-26 to Tiger-Cats), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 42-22 to Lions) 1986 playoffs Out in first round: Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 31-17 to Argonauts), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 21-14 to Lions), Calgary Stampeders (L 27-18 to Eskimos) Out in second round: Toronto Argonauts (L 42-25 to Tiger-Cats), BC Lions (L 41-5 to Eskimos) 1987 playoffs Out in first round: Calgary Stampeders (L 30-16 to Eskimos), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (L 29-13 to Argonauts) Out in second round: BC Lions (L 31-7 to Eskimos), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (L 19-3 to Argonauts) Grey Cup results Link to stats database: https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/1983details.html through https://www.cflapedia.com/Years/1987details.html Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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