2005 Calgary Stampeders season

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2005 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach Tom Higgins
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record11–7
Division place2nd, West
Playoff finishLost West Semi-Final
Uniform
CFL CAL Jersey 2005.png

The 2005 Calgary Stampeders season was the 48th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 67th overall. The Stampeders finished 2nd place in the West division with an 11–7 record. They appeared in the West Semi-Final where they lost to the Edmonton Eskimos.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RoundPickPlayerPositionSchool/Club Team
11 Miguel Robede DE Laval
210 Godfrey Ellis OL Acadia
319 John Comiskey OT Windsor
427 Kyler Jukes OL Regina
536 David Hewson DBManitoba
645 Brett Ralph WR Alberta

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
AJune 7vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 18–14Win24,7001–0
BJune 16at BC Lions 31–16Loss23,7531–1

Regular season

Season standings

West Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
BC Lions 18126055044424 Details
Calgary Stampeders 18117052944322 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 18117045342122 Details
Saskatchewan Roughriders 1899044143318 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18513047455810 Details

Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1Bye0–0
2July 1vs. Toronto Argonauts 22–16Loss34,1020–1
3July 7at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 21–15Win23,2361–1
4July 16at Ottawa Renegades 33–18Loss16,3031–2
5July 23vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 44–18Win35,6522–2
6July 29at BC Lions 40–27Loss28,7142–3
7August 6vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers30–21Win30,1283–3
8August 12vs. BC Lions39–31Loss31,8473–4
9August 18at Montreal Alouettes 40–37Win20,2024–4
10August 24at Toronto Argonauts25–16Loss24,6374–5
11September 5vs. Edmonton Eskimos 25–23Loss35,6524–6
12September 9at Edmonton Eskimos16–11Win42,6545–6
13September 17at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 39–17Win27,8216–6
14September 22vs. Ottawa Renegades45–23Win25,2347–6
15October 1vs. Montreal Alouettes32–11Loss28,3047–7
16Bye7–7
17October 14vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats34–17Win29,4908–7
18October 23at Saskatchewan Roughriders29–21Win28,8009–7
19October 30at Winnipeg Blue Bombers46–24Win23,45510–7
20November 6vs. Edmonton Eskimos43–23Win31,01711–7

Playoffs

Schedule

GameDateTimeOpponentScoreResultAttendance
West Semi-FinalNovember 134:00 PM MSTvs. Edmonton Eskimos33–26Loss26,799

West Semi-Final

TeamQ1Q2Q3Q4Total
Edmonton Eskimos 01241733
Calgary Stampeders 9140326

Awards and records

2005 CFL All-Stars

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