Monday, October 31, 2016 —
Below are Week 20 playoff scenarios in the CFL:
BC Win OR Tie = BC clinches second in the West Division and hosts the Western Semi-Final.
Winnipeg Loss OR Tie = BC clinches second in the West Division and hosts the Western Semi-Final.
Winnipeg Win + BC Loss = Winnipeg clinches second (via the tie-breaker they hold over BC) in the West Division and hosts the Western Semi-Final versus BC.
BC Win AND Winnipeg Win = BC hosts the Western Semi-Final versus Winnipeg.
Edmonton Loss OR Tie = Edmonton crosses over to play Hamilton in the Eastern Semi-Final.
Winnipeg loss + Edmonton win = Winnipeg crosses over to play Hamilton in the Eastern Semi-Final and Edmonton plays BC in the Western Semi-Final in BC. (Edmonton would finish 3rd over Winnipeg via the tie-breaker).
Calgary has clinched first place in the West Division and will host the Western Final.
Ottawa has clinched first place in the East Division and will host the Eastern Final.
Hamilton has clinched second place in the East Division and will host the Eastern Semi-Final.
BC, Winnipeg and Edmonton have clinched playoff berths.
Semi-Final participants are locked in but locations and matchups in the West Division are uncertain entering the final week of the CFL season.
BC and Winnipeg are vying for second place in the West Division as well as the opportunity to host the Western Semi-Final game.
Edmonton cannot host the Western Semi-Final and will play on the road in either Hamilton or BC.
Hamilton will host the Eastern Semi-Final against Edmonton or Winnipeg.
Montreal can tie Hamilton at 7-11; however, Hamilton owns the tie-breaker.
Still high stakes in the #CFL - Week 20 scenarios for #GCPlayoffs ➡️ https://t.co/EBf6HYUwNj https://t.co/WFMCEiPeev— CFL_PR 2016-10-31 16:53:42