TSN football analyst Chris Schultz is back with his Week 19 selections in the CFL. Wholesale Under Armour . The Big Man finished 4-0 in Week 18, and sits at 50-23 on the season. Now Schultz is ready for more action. Hamilton at Ottawa Steve Milton from the Hamilton Spectator had the perfect quote to assess the Hamilton Tiger-Cats season from hear on in. By making too many errors, the Ticats have left no room for error. Basically, this is it. Two wins - over Ottawa and Montreal - and they are in, but anything less and what had so much optimism around it will create a season of disappointment. I doubt Hamilton will begin a game down 15-0 by the end of the first. Then also, I doubt they will put together a 109 yard drive for a touchdown. Back on October 17, Ottawa at Hamilton ended 16-6 for the Ticats. This one should be the same with the same result. In the two games remaining, the Redblacks will audition many players. The positive in that is that the effort level will be there. The negative is that without continuity, a team will have trouble with consistency. The key for Hamilton is to get Moses Madu back as a full-time running back. Hamilton Winnipeg at Calgary Last game of the year for the Bombers and I know what players are thinking dont get injured. I have no doubt that all of the Winnipeg Blue Bomber players will play hard against Calgary but I also have no doubt that when this one is over it will be a relief that as players you made it through healthy so you can have a normal offseason and not one depended on rehabilitating something for 2015. It is an awkward mindset going into the last game of the year. For Calgary, I would not be surprised if some starters sit for this game and play the next week with an anticipated bye week before the playoffs. I am looking for a limited John Cornish and even more opportunity for Matt Walter at running back. Calgary BC at Edmonton This could be a preview of the West semifinal, as BC has a game advantage over Saskatchewan. Never knew Marco Iannuzzi was such a good kick-off returner for the Lions with his 168 yards in returns against Edmonton. I do know Solomon Elimimian is six tackles from breaking JC Sherritt all-time single season record of 130. Edmonton wants to keep rolling and I think you see everyone play and then next week not so much, depending on what happens this week. Edmonton is closing the consistency and efficiency gap between themselves and Calgary. A statement win over the Lions will say a lot. Both teams on the rise but I will take Edmonton in a close one. Edmonton Toronto at Montreal The Argos will have to have a much, much better game than the last one at Rogers Centre two weeks ago when Montreal took over in the third quarter and won 20-12. The better quarterback is Ray over Crompton but the Alouettes have the two monster receivers of Carter and Green over anything Toronto has. This one could come down to a field goal but that will be because one defense rises to the challenge of the game. I think it will be Montreal, especially with Kyries Hebert back again. Toronto can win but have to win both the penalty battle and turnover count. Montreal Discount Under Armour . You can, too, Clay Buchholz, if we ignore the sixth inning of Game 2. Doug Fister and Jake Peavy, youre up next in Game 4 and theres a lot to live up to. Wholesale Under Armour Online . Booth picked up 65 caps after making her national team debut in 2002 at the age of 17. She most recently played for Sky Blue FC of the National Womens Soccer League. "It just felt like it was my time to move on," she said in a phone interview from her hometown of Burlington, Ont. http://www.clearanceunderarmour.com/ . Dirk Nowitzki scored 25 points, Shawn Marion had 22 and the Mavericks beat undermanned Philadelphia 124-112 Friday night, handing the 76ers their 10th straight loss.KRANJSKA GORA, Slovenia -- Benjamin Raich has reached a World Cup podium for the 91st -- and probably last -- time in his career at the same resort where he earned his first top-three finish 15 years ago. The 36-year-old Austrian, who is considering retirement after the season, came runner-up to Olympic champion Ted Ligety in a giant slalom on the Podkoren course on Saturday. As a 21-year-old, Raich finished third in a slalom here on Jan. 6, 1999. Raich was only 17th after the opening leg but posted the fastest time in a blistering second run to get his first World Cup podium since winning a super-G in Crans Montana Switzerland, in February 2012. Raich said he never lost faith in his skiing despite failing to reach a podium for the last two years. Even his persistent back problems getting worse in January didnt hit his confidence. "I knew I still have a fast turn but, if youre not in good health, you cant race that good," Raich said. "Ive always had back problems in my career. Three, four days, then it was gone. This year it was more than a month." The injury hampered his buildup to the Sochi Olympics, and finally forced him to skip the super-combined race in Sochi. It wasnt Raichs first mishap in the Olympic season. He needed weeks to recover following an accident while riding his off-road motorbike in early August. The 80-kilogram bike rolled over on steep terrain and landed on his right leg, but Raich escaped with a torn muscle in his thigh. "I had a really tough season," Raich said. "It was not easy, it was not fun. But after preparing for the Olympics, I had a really good feeling. I was in good health. And now I am back on the podium -- as I believed." Raich won the overall title in 2006 and finished runner-up five times, including in the 2008-09 season when Aksel Lund Svindal edged him by two points. Raich allso won 11 medals at major championships, including two golds at the 2006 Turin Olympics. Cheap Under Armour Authentic. Not having to prove anything to anybody, Raich can compete without pressure -- just like in the early days of his career. "My first podium in Kranjska Gora, I felt very free," Raich said. "Afterward you have big goals and you know everyone wants to see you on the podium. So there was more pressure then but I handled that always very well." Austria mens head coach Mathias Berthold said he wasnt taken aback by Raichs podium finish. "I was only surprised by the way he did it, coming from 17th with a sensational second run," Berthold said. "Since his back problems are gone, he has progressed extremely well." Berthold said he will speak with Raich about next season -- but not before the current campaign is over. "We let the World Cup finals go by," Berthold said. "Its not good to discuss long-term plans while your focus should be on a race the next day." Raich has said before that he will take his decision regardless of the career plans of longterm girlfriend Marlies Schild. The 32-year-old slalom specialist won a record 35th slalom race in December, and she is also yet to decide whether shell remain on the World Cup. Norways Henrik Kristoffersen, who trailed the 17-year-older Raich in third for his first career GS podium, said Raich was his idol when following ski racing as a kid. "I think today Benni was the most impressive skier," Kristoffersen said. "I watched him when I grew up and I remember my dad (Lars Kristoffersen) telling me that Benni had the cleanest turn and he was the best in GS." Raich smiled when hearing Kristoffersens words. "Its nice to be on the podium next to him," Raich said. "Because he is the future and I am the past." ' ' '