The Calgary Stampeders continued their undefeated streak in the CFL this season when they hosted and proceeded to roll over the Edmonton Eskimos 33-13 in front of a sold out crowd of 38,205 at McMahon Stadium. The Stampeders began the rout as they opened the game with a 38 yard Mark McLoughlin field goal and two singles before Edmonton countered with a single of their own. Calgary then put the first major of the day on the board when Doug Flutie and Will Moore hooked up for a 13-yard TD pass, their first of two TD connections on the day. Edmonton followed with a 47-yard field goal by Sean Fleming at the 14-minute mark of the 2nd quarter which was then matched by McLoughlin as he countered with a 15-yard effort to close the half and leave the score at 15-4 in favour of the Stampeders. The only score of the 3rd quarter came when Fleming hit for another FG, this time from 40 yards away and Calgary came right back to answer with 2 TDs. The first was from the Flutie-Moore connection and came from 17 yards away while the second arrived in the hands of Dave Sapunjis from Flutie, this from a distance of 12 yards out. Edmonton got their 1st TD with just under 3 minutes to go when Gary Morris grabbed a Ricky Foggie pass 3 yards out which Calgary followed by scoring a single and a 24-yard field goal by McLoughlin to make the score 33-13 for Calgary and put them at 10-0 for the season.