Travis Lulay will be out for at least two more weeks, making life harder for the Lions.While losing your starting quarterback typically precipitates a crisis, that hasn't often been the case in the CFL this year. Six of the eight teams have had to start a backup for at least one game, while a seventh (Edmonton) is likely to do that next week thanks to Mike Reilly's concussion, leaving Hamilton's Henry Burris as the only season-opening starter who's started every game. In most cases, that's worked out pretty decently, though, with backups from Zach Collaros to Kevin Glenn to Bo Levi Mitchell to Drew Willy seizing the chance to shine, and that's been the case for the B.C. Lions lately; after shutting down quarterback Travis Lulay for at least two weeks with a shoulder injury, they've pulled out back-to-back wins over Saskatchewan and Winnipeg with backup Thomas DeMarco starting under centre. B.C. fans will be hoping that streak continues in the wake of Monday's news that Lulay will be out at least two more weeks, but is it likely to?Read More »from Can the Lions keep rolling without Lulay?
Andrew Bucholtz is a Canadian football blogger for Yahoo! Sports.