The Edmonton Eskimos' 42-10 win over Winnipeg Friday will undoubtedly change much of the conversation around the team, and that's understandable. The Eskimos were very impressive on several fronts, especially on the defensive side of the ball, and it's easy to see a dominant win that moved them to 2-1 on the year suggesting to many that their problems are over. However, at this point, that still seems to be going too far, especially considering that they played the struggling Blue Bombers and still had major offensive issues. A win like this is a good sign for the Eskimos, certainly, but it doesn't necessarily mean they've answered all the questions that arose from last week's 17-1 loss, and it should be regarded as one data point rather than a clear indication this team's ready to contend for the Grey Cup.Read More »from Eskimos come up with a big win, but don’t assume their problems are all solved
Andrew Bucholtz is a Canadian football blogger for Yahoo! Sports.