What To Know For the New CFL Season

The Canadian Football League came back last year to play a full season and crown a Grey Cup champion after losing its season because of the Pandemic and facing a financial crisis.

The regular season didn’t kick off until August due to the lingering economic crisis and the schedule was cut to fourteen games per team and the Grey Cup Game did not happen until December.

A general choppiness was also apparent between the lines and a league that feels proud of its wide-open style of play and is thought to be the top-scoring team averaged only twenty-two offensive points per game, fewer than what Hamilton topped the league in 2019.

Attendance of the fans also went in the same direction as was falling the scores and decreased from 23,000 to 19,000 per game.

The CFL is hoping for a return to better days on and off the field with a new labour deal in place and its full eighteen-game season in its three years set to kick off on Thursday night.

Francis Kahn

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