CFL Power Rankings: After Week 15

Not much changes from Week 14 because all the good teams showed fairly well and the poor teams still look poor.

It's hard not to leave the seventh hole open and put the Roughriders and Argonauts in a tie for 8th.

1. (LW - 1) B.C. Lions (8-6) - An amazing finish to the football game in likely what will be the West Division Final against Calgary. Talk about the peaks and valleys in a football game for Paul McCallum who makes CFL history and almost wears the goat horns on a missed field that went the other way for six. He quickly turned hero with a big 53-yard field goal for the win and seven straight wins for the mighty Lions.

2. (LW - 2) Montreal Alouettes (9-5) - As long as Anthony Calvillo is their quarterback they will be the powerhouse. Congrats to Calvillo on pro football history. He likely hits 73,000 yards passing before the season is over. WOW.

3. (LW - 5) Winnipeg Blue Bombers (9-5) - The Winnipeg Blue Bombers appear to be coming back to life after a mid-season lull. They pretty well took it to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats making the Tabbies look like the third wheel in this race to the East Division title.

4. (LW - 4) Calgary Stampeders (8-6) - The Stamps stuck in there with the B.C. Lions and what a race in the West with three teams tied for top spot. Burris didn't throw a whole lot but completed nearly 75 percent of his passes and if that means he's getting into a groove, the Stamps and Lions will start to pull away from Edmonton.

5. (LW - 3) Hamilton Tiger-Cats (7-7) - The Tiger-Cats have now almost allowed as many points as the Roughriders and Argonauts, with one difference. They have an offense. Although Kevin Glenn has always been a hot and cold quarterback. The lack of consistency makes it hard to believe they can win likely two road games when the playoffs roll around.

6. (LW - 6) Edmonton Eskimos (8-6) - The Edmonton Eskimos were terrible in their win over Saskatchewan. The Riders were just worse. The Eskimos shouldn't be jumping for joy with that win and with the Bombers coming to Commonwealth next it'll be interesting to see if the Esks can start to scare people down the stretch. I wouldn't be shaking with Edmonton on the schedule right now.

7. (LW - 7) Saskatchewan Roughriders (4-10) - The Saskatchewan Roughriders could very well be at the bottom of this list but the Argonauts offensive touchdown drought is just as long as the Riders right now. There is a lot of trouble in paradise.

8. (LW - 8) Toronto Argonauts (3-11) - They held in against Montreal which was impressive but the expected result has the Argos watching history be made as the Alouettes started to flex their muscle. It's time to play spoiler for the Argos.