1995 Canadian Football League Standings

1995-96 Canadian Football League Teams, Rosters and Statistics
1995-96 Canadian Football League Statistical Leaders


Northern Semi-Final - Hamilton Tiger-Cats 13 Calgary Stampeders 30
Southern Semi-Final - Winnipeg Blue Bombers 21 Baltimore CFLs 36
Northern Semi-Final - BC Lions 15 Edmonton Eskimos 26
Southern Semi-Final - Birmingham Barracudas 9 San Antonio Texans 52
Northern Final - Edmonton Eskimos 4 Calgary Stampeders 37
Southern Final - San Antonio Texans 11 Baltimore CFLs 21
Grey Cup #83 - Calgary Stampeders 20 Baltimore CFLs 37

1995 CFL Regular Season Standings

Team W L T Pct. PF PA
North Division
Calgary Stampeders1530.833631404Lost Grey Cup
Edmonton Eskimos1350.722599359Lost Division Final
BC Lions1080.556535470Lost Division Semifinal
Hamilton Tiger-Cats8100.444435562Lost Division Semifinal
Winnipeg Blue Bombers7110.389651572Lost Division Semifinal
Saskatchewan Roughriders6120.333422451
Toronto Argonauts4140.222504578
Ottawa Rough Riders3150.167480647
South Division
Baltimore CFLs1530.833541369Won Grey Cup
San Antonio Texans1260.667630457Lost Division Final
Birmingham Barracudas1080.556548518Lost Division Semifinal
Memphis Mad Dogs990.500346364
Shreveport Pirates5130.278465514


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