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Posted by The Canadian Press on February 8, 2013
Ana B. Mallon is back with his sixth annual study of a dozen of Canada’s major college football leagues with the help of NFL Media’s Dan Quinn and Sportsnet’s Chris Mortensen.
In their latest analysis of the CFL’s 2016 schedule, the sportsbooks put Canada in a strong position to play in the World Series with 11 of the 11 teams likely to finish in the top 10 in the table at some point.
“The strength of the CFL바카라 사이트 is that there is a lot of opportunity to be a first-place team and finish 10th in the league,” said Mallon.
“You can do that if you are consistent.”
With seven of the 12 CFL teams likely to finish 10th, and seven of the 12 in the top 10, the league has six teams with a positive upside for improvement.
It’s not just the teams that are positive about their chances, however. Each of those teams is expected to have a more experienced (and perhaps better) coaching staff.
This team, meanwhile, has just a single senior-year starter in defensive lineman Darian Durant. He’s one of only two non-quarterback starters and, as such, is much more likely to be asked to handle both the quarterback and running back roles.
With such a deep roster, a team can still be as good as the stats would suggest, but also a team can still be as good as last year with the same level of experience as the stats suggest. The Lions and Ravens are a perfect example.
This year, each team has a young starter at running back and defensive lineman to develop. Wi아로마 마사지th two more years of success behind them, both sides look pretty good heading into this season.
“We’re not just relying on the young players, but also the veteran guys and the offensive coaches to coach and provide coaching guidance,” said Mallon.
“There has been a lot of great coaching in the spring training and we expect to have a similar year here. I’m excited for them because they’ll be competing for championships.”
This analysis will certainly help Toronto FC as it enters the season, but it’s not the only reason for optimism.
Mallon’s study suggests that the Toronto Argonauts (3-3-1), also a Canadian Football League affiliate with an established culture that can help them win a ring, are the leagu