After seven weeks in the CFL picks game:
Ted Clarke 1-1 last week; 13-7 overall
Peter James 2-0 last week; 18-6 overall
Sheri Lamb 2-0 last week; 15-9 overall
Mark Nielsen 2-0 last week; 14-6 overall
Tiger-Cats at Blue Bombers
Tonight, 5 p.m. TSN
Clarke:It's about time the Bombers' new stadium felt like home.
Pick: Bombers by seven
James: After shaking up their front office and the quarterback depth chart (again), the Blue Bombers are ready to finally get a win at their new stadium. Pick: Bombers by two.
Lamb: After a week of off-field changes, including the firing of GM Joe Mack and the decision to move their third-string QB Max Hall, to the starter's position, the Blue Bombers will finally christen their new stadium with a win. Pick: Blue Bombers by five.
Nielsen: The Blue Bombers took a step in the right direction when they finally unloaded their general manager and chief executive officer. That's been followed by some further house cleaning, but it won't be enough to ward off the Ticats who have shown they can make big plays at the right times. Pick: Hamilton by four.
Alouettes at Roughriders
Saturday, 1 p.m. TSN
Clarke:'Riders have too much pride to lose to these guys.
Pick: Roughriders by 12.
James: The Roughriders couldnt overcome a slow start against Calgary last week, but can afford to take the first half off an still beat the Alouettes. Pick: Riders by 10.
Lamb: The Roughriders get back into the win column in front of their rabid fans at Mosaiac Stadium by trouncing the woeful Als. Pick: Roughriders by 21.
Nielsen: Had they not left their brains behind in Regina, the Roughriders would have won in Calgary last week. If they've learned their lessons - stop taking so many bad penalties and making dumb decisions - Saskatchewan should win easily over a fragile Alouettes and their aging quarterback. Pick: Saskatchewan by 11.
Stampeders at Lions
Saturday, 6 p.m. TSN
Clarke: Still no Drew Tait? It doesn't seem to matter who's at the helm.
Pick: Stampeders by five.
James: The Lions have been great at BC Place recently and cant afford to lose touch with the division leaders. Pick: Lions by four.
Lamb: This looks like the game of the week and it should not disappoint as the Stampeders look to build on their win over the Riders last week and the Lions try to get their offence working as a cohesive unit. Pick: Stampeders by one.
Nielsen: The Lions have had two weeks to prepare for what is one of the biggest games of the season. What's more, Nick Moore is back in the all-important slotback position and it's a home game for B.C. If there is going to be an upset this week, this is it. Pick: Lions by seven.
Eskimos at Argonauts
Sunday, 4 p.m. TSN
Clarke: Argos are starting to turn it on and they're playing the West's worst.
Pick: Argonauts by 10.
James: The strength of the CFL lies in the West Division this year, but these two teams are the exceptions. Pick: Argos by nine.
Lamb: The Argos' defence will keep the Eskimos' offence off balance and Ricky Ray will light it up against his former team. Pick: Argonauts by 14.
Nielsen: The Alouettes gift-wrapped the Argonauts a win last week. That said, the double-blue are the best team in the East and should have little problem dispatching the Eskimos, thanks in no small part to ex-Edmonton quarterback, now Toronto pivot Ricky Ray. Picks: Toronto by 17.