Canadian Football League (CFL) Must-haves are our most highly recommended players for any given slate. Our experts select these picks above the rest and have determined they are most likely to reach or exceed value. These are the foundational players that we advise building your lineups around.
Clarence Denmark WR (DK: $6,600) It’s possible that when we research our baseball slates, certain hitters will seem to stick out more than others. For example, we could select Mike Trout to be our Must-Have multiple times during the year and he would probably be a good play most of those times. With the CFL this season, we have not recommended a player to be a Must-Have more than once, let alone two out of the last three weeks. However, that should only emphasize how much we like Clarence Denmark this week against the Montreal Alouettes. In his two games... Read More
Luke Tasker (DK: $8,400): The leading receiver for the Hamilton Ti-Cats has to be happy to see his good friend, Zach Collaros, back under center. Collaros returned from his ACL tear, that cost him the second half of the 2015 season. Against the B.C. Lions last week it was apparent he was looking for Luke Tasker. Collaros attempted 40 passes, connecting on 24 of them for 331 yards and 2 touchdowns. Luke Tasker ended the night with 8 receptions, 86 yards and one of those touchdowns. This talented duo reminded Hamilton fans what they had last year when the two... Read More
Clarence Denmark WR (DK: $5,200) Given a second chance this past week with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Clarence Denmark is going to make sure he won’t need a third. “I knew I still wanted to play so I made sure I was ready in case the opportunity comes. To have an opportunity taken away, you get hungry for another shot. Next time you get on the field you give it everything you have.” That was prior to being named the starting wideout for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in week 7 versus Hamilton, where he caught seven passes for 69 yards... Read More
Bryan Burnham-WR (DK: $5,700) The B.C. Lions offense is starting to click and fantasy owners need to jump on board. This week they play Montreal, who own a league-low in passing yards allowed with 1,371, for an average of 274.0/game. Last week against Calgary, who has a good defense as well, Jonathon Jennings connected with Burnham all night long and ended with 9 receptions, 139 yards and 1 score. Their 46-yard connection late in the third quarter to convert a 2nd and 18 was a thing of beauty. Jennings showed that he fully trusts Burnham as his ball was thrown... Read More
Naaman Roosevelt (DK: $8,800) It is pronounced “NAY-men”, if you were wondering. Naaman actually means “pleasantness” in Hebrew, and the fans of Saskatchewan have certainly been pleased with how Naaman Roosevelt has played so far this year. A standout high-school quarterback in Buffalo, NY, the local “star-athlete” decided to attend The University of Buffalo. During his freshman year at Buffalo, the coaching staff thought he would be best suited as a wide receiver and boy, were they right! After finishing his freshman year with 31 catches and 2 touchdowns, Roosevelt started to grasp the position change. In his sophomore year,... Read More