Why are NFL games such a hit?
A game of football is one of the biggest entertainment events of the year.
With an estimated 30 million fans tuning in for the 2018 season, NFL games are the most popular sporting event in the United States.
But how does a game of baseball play out in Canada?
Here’s how baseball plays out on a CFL team.
What happens when the playoffs are called?
The playoffs of the CFL’s Canadian Football League start next week, and that means there’s a lot to digest before kickoff.
The CFL season is split into eight rounds, with the first round consisting of two games, and the second round consisting only of one game.
There are three rounds of playoff games, starting with the Grey Cup and ending with the Canada West Championship, the league’s annual championship.
In round one, the winner takes home the title of the league championship.
Round two starts with the CFL champion playing host to the premiers in round three.
Then the winner plays host to either the CFL or Canadian Football Championship, a playoff game.
The winner of the championship games wins the championship.
The winners of the two playoff games play each other for the crown, and once that happens, the playoffs will resume.
In the first half of each round, the top two teams in the standings advance to the next round.
For example, the Toronto Argonauts (who won the 2017 Grey Cup) will face the Saskatchewan Roughriders (who lost to the Montreal Alouettes in the title game) in round two, while the Calgary Stampeders will face off against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in round four.
In each round of the playoffs, the two teams who finished second in the regular season are the ones who are going into the playoffs.
The teams that finish third or lower in the playoffs advance to round seven, where they will face each other in a two-game playoff to determine the champion.
The championship game will be played at the BMO Field in Toronto, the venue of the Grey and Saskatchewan Cups, as well as the home of the Canadian Football Conference.
The BMO field was used for the 2016 and 2017 Grey Cups, and it’s still one of Canada’s premier stadiums, and one of its best in terms of hosting games.
Who will be playing in the Grey Cups?
The first round of CFL playoff games will be on Sunday, March 8, 2018, when the Saskatchewan Riders host the Calgary Tiger-Cats.
The Stamps and Riders have the tiebreakers, as they each have home-field advantage in the championship game.
Both teams will play the winner of their final regular-season game in round one of playoffs, with a third-place team advancing to round two.
The other three games in the round will be decided by the Grey Bowl.
The Grey Cup will be held on Sunday at BMO Stadium in Toronto on Feb. 3, 2019.
The game will feature the best Canadian players in the CFL, and in the case of the Stamps, the players will be from the Grey Football League.
For the Riders, it will be a battle between two CFL champions, the Ottawa Redblacks and the Edmonton Eskimos.
For Edmonton, it’ll be a fight between two Grey Cup champions, Saskatchewan Rough Riders and the Calgary Redblanks.
The Argos will host the Redblows in round six, while Edmonton will host Saskatchewan in round seven.
The Riders will play host to their first opponent of the season, the Montreal Argonauts.
Montreal will play Edmonton in round nine, and Montreal will face Ottawa in round 10.
Edmonton and Ottawa will meet in the last round, where Edmonton will face Saskatchewan in the game to decide the champion of the division.
What will happen in the second half of the playoff?
As we’ve seen before, the games in round eight and nine are decided by tiebreaker games.
For instance, in the first two rounds, the Riders were eliminated by the Stampedes.
In last week’s Grey Cup, the Argos and the Riders had the same number of points as they did in round five, and they were both eliminated in the tiebreaker game.
That means that the Argers will be in the position of having to play against a team that is currently the top-ranked team in the Canadian football league, and a team with which they have not played in the past year.
The result is that Ottawa is the top seed in the playoff standings, and will face Montreal in round 11.
In other words, the teams in round 12 will be the two worst teams in CFL history.
In Ottawa’s case, they’ll have to play the Toronto Blue Bombs in the third round, which would mean the Blue Bomgers are the top team in their division, and have played every single game they’ve played since being the CFL champions in 2017.
The Blue Bombings would have to defeat the Ottawa red-hot team in round 14 to make it to the second seed.
What about the Saskatchewan teams