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Team Statistics - 2014
League Leaders | Offence
Total Offence (YPG)
1. Calgary Stampeders 375.7
2. Toronto Argonauts 374.1
3. Edmonton Eskimos 373.7
4. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 365.3
5. BC Lions 361.2
6. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 329.9
7. Saskatchewan Roughriders 322.9
8. Ottawa REDBLACKS 315.7
9. Montreal Alouettes 308.1
 
 
Passing Yards (YPG)
1. Toronto Argonauts 281.5
2. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 272.5
3. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 253.4
4. BC Lions 250.7
5. Edmonton Eskimos 240.5
6. Ottawa REDBLACKS 235.3
7. Calgary Stampeders 228.6
8. Montreal Alouettes 201.2
9. Saskatchewan Roughriders 191.1
 
 
Rushing Yards (YPG)
1. Calgary Stampeders 147.1
2. Edmonton Eskimos 133.2
3. Saskatchewan Roughriders 131.9
4. BC Lions 110.5
5. Montreal Alouettes 106.9
6. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 92.8
7. Toronto Argonauts 92.5
8. Ottawa REDBLACKS 80.5
9. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 76.4
 
 
League Leaders | Defence
Total Defence (YPG)
1. Edmonton Eskimos 309.4
2. BC Lions 314.7
3. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 325.9
4. Montreal Alouettes 348.9
5. Calgary Stampeders 350.0
6. Toronto Argonauts 353.7
7. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 362.4
8. Saskatchewan Roughriders 363.4
9. Ottawa REDBLACKS 397.7
 
 
Passing Yards (YPG)
1. BC Lions 207.6
2. Edmonton Eskimos 217.7
3. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 228.9
4. Montreal Alouettes 236.1
5. Toronto Argonauts 242.9
6. Saskatchewan Roughriders 245.9
7. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 251.7
8. Calgary Stampeders 254.9
9. Ottawa REDBLACKS 268.5
 
 
Rushing Yards (YPG)
1. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 74.1
2. Edmonton Eskimos 91.7
3. Calgary Stampeders 95.1
4. BC Lions 107.1
5. Toronto Argonauts 110.8
6. Montreal Alouettes 112.8
7. Saskatchewan Roughriders 117.4
8. Ottawa REDBLACKS 129.2
9. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 133.4
 
 
 

Game Tracker

ott Ottawa REDBLACKS
ham Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Final
6
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16
mtl Montreal Alouettes
tor Toronto Argonauts
Final
20
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12
cgy Calgary Stampeders
wpg Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Final
33
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23
edm Edmonton Eskimos
ssk Saskatchewan Roughriders
Final
24
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