|2007 Edmonton Eskimos season|
|Head coach||Danny Maciocia|
|General manager||Danny Maciocia|
|Home field||Commonwealth Stadium|
|Division place||4th, West|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
|Team MOP||Ricky Ray, QB|
|Team MOC||Kamau Peterson, WR|
|Team MOR||Tyler Ebell, RB|
The Edmonton Eskimos finished 4th in the West Division with a 5–12–1 record and failed to make the playoffs. It marked the first time since 1962-65 that the team missed the playoffs in consecutive years.
|4||27||Calvin McCarty||RB||Western Washington|
|January 15, 2007||Trade||*2nd round pick in 2007 CFL Draft – Eric Ince (OL)||Glen Carson (OL)||Toronto Argonauts|
|February 13, 2007||Trade||Jason Goss (DB)|| Richard Alston (WR)|
Nicolas Bisaillon (WR)
Timmy Chang (QB)
2nd round pick in 2007 CFL Draft – Eric Ince (OL)
|February 23, 2007||Trade||Jon Landon (OL)||Future considerations||Toronto Argonauts|
|April 11, 2007||Trade|| Ron Warner (DL)|
4th round pick in 2007 CFL Draft – Calvin McCarty (RB)
| Jason Nugent (DB)|
**5th round pick in 2007 CFL Draft – Reggie Bradshaw (RB)
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers|
|June 13, 2007||Trade||Patrick Johnson (WR)||**2nd round pick in 2008 CFL Draft – Jonathan St. Pierre (OL)||Toronto Argonauts|
|September 5, 2007||Trade||Aaron Fiacconi (OL)||3rd round pick in 2008 CFL Draft – Daryl Stephenson (RB)||Winnipeg Blue Bombers|
|September 11, 2007||Trade|| Agustin Barrenechea (LB)|
4th round pick in 2008 CFL Draft – Sammy Okpro (LB)
|Jason Nedd (DB)||Hamilton Tiger-Cats|
*Later traded to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
**Later traded to the Saskatchewan Roughriders
|B||June 15||Edmonton Eskimos||3–28||Calgary Stampeders||25,877||0–1||0|
|C||June 21||BC Lions||12–18||Edmonton Eskimos||31,650||1–1||2|
|1||June 28||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||39–39||Edmonton Eskimos||OT||33,038||0–0–1||1|
|2||July 6||Edmonton Eskimos||9–29||BC Lions||32,893||0–1–1||1|
|3||July 13||Edmonton Eskimos||19–15||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||29,533||1–1–1||3|
|4||July 20||Saskatchewan Roughriders||20–21||Edmonton Eskimos||46,704||2–1–1||5|
|5||July 28||Edmonton Eskimos||14–54||Saskatchewan Roughriders||26,840||2–2–1||5|
|6||Aug 4||Calgary Stampeders||34–32||Edmonton Eskimos||32,644||2–3–1||5|
|7||Aug 11||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||17–19||Edmonton Eskimos||35,750||3–3–1||7|
|8||Aug 18||Edmonton Eskimos||32–39||Saskatchewan Roughriders||28,800||3–4–1||7|
|10||Sept 3||Edmonton Eskimos||24–35||Calgary Stampeders||35,650||3–5–1||7|
|11||Sept 7||Calgary Stampeders||20–17||Edmonton Eskimos||42,329||3–6–1||7|
|12||Sept 14||Montreal Alouettes||28–47||Edmonton Eskimos||36,280||4–6–1||9|
|13||Sept 23||Edmonton Eskimos||16–10||Montreal Alouettes||20,202||5–6–1||11|
|14||Sept 28||Toronto Argonauts||18–11||Edmonton Eskimos||31,056||5–7–1||11|
|15||October 6||Edmonton Eskimos||8–33||Toronto Argonauts||28,354||5–8–1||11|
|16||Oct 13||BC Lions||24–18||Edmonton Eskimos||33,663||5–9–1||11|
|17||Oct 20||Edmonton Eskimos||26–37||BC Lions||37,011||5–10–1||11|
|18||Oct 26||Saskatchewan Roughriders||36–29||Edmonton Eskimos||OT||40,127||5–11–1||11|
|19||Nov 3||Edmonton Eskimos||19–21||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||20,411||5–12–1||11|
Total attendance: 331,591
Average attendance: 36,843 (61.3%)
|= Indicates team leader|
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