|2010 Edmonton Eskimos season|
|Head coach||Richie Hall|
|General manager|| Danny Maciocia - 1-4-0 (Jun-Jul)|
Paul Jones - 1-4-0 (Aug-Sep)
Eric Tillman - 5-3-0 (Sep-Nov)
|Home field||Commonwealth Stadium|
|Division place||4th, West|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
|Team MOP||Fred Stamps, WR|
|Team MOC||Calvin McCarty, RB|
|Team MOR||Daniel Porter, RB|
The 2010 Edmonton Eskimos season was the 53rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 62nd overall. After the Eskimos lost the final game of the season, they were eliminated from playoff contention, despite winning five of their last seven games.
This is also the first time since 2004 that a Grey Cup host city has failed to qualify for the playoffs.
|2||12||Saleem Borhot||DB||Saint Mary's|
|5||35||Scott Ferguson||OL||St. Cloud State|
|6||43||Corbin Sharun||QB||St. Francis Xavier|
|February 10, 2010||Trade|| Andre Talbot (WR)|
Brad Smith (WR)
| Eric Taylor (DL)|
*4th round pick in 2011 CFL Draft – Renaldo Sagesse (DL)
|February 16, 2010||Trade||Chris Thompson (DB)||Maurice Mann (WR)||Hamilton Tiger-Cats|
|May 2, 2010||Trade||2nd round pick in 2010 CFL Draft – Saleem Borhot (DB)||3rd round pick in 2010 CFL Draft – Samuel Fournier (RB)|
4th round pick in 2010 CFL Draft – Chris Rwabukamba (DB)
|May 2, 2010||Trade||1st round pick in 2010 CFL Draft – Brian Bulcke (DL)||2nd round pick in 2010 CFL Draft – Cory Watson (WR)|
**3rd round pick in 2010 CFL Draft – Eddie Steele (DT)
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers|
|September 7, 2010||Trade||Kelly Bates (OL)||Draft pick in 2014 CFL Draft||Saskatchewan Roughriders|
|October 12, 2010||Trade|| Étienne Légaré (DL)|
Damaso Munoz (LB)
|Noel Prefontaine (K/P)||Toronto Argonauts|
*Later traded to the Montreal Alouettes
**Later traded to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
|A||June 13||Calgary Stampeders||23–21||Edmonton Eskimos||33,708||0–1|
|B||June 20||Edmonton Eskimos||36–32||BC Lions||24,763||1–1|
The September 26 game was played in Moncton, New Brunswick where the Argonauts were the designated home team.
|1||July 4||BC Lions||25–10||Edmonton Eskimos||32,439||0–1||0|
|2||July 11||Montreal Alouettes||33–23||Edmonton Eskimos||30,442||0–2||0|
|3||July 17||Edmonton Eskimos||20–24||Saskatchewan Roughriders||30,048||0–3||0|
|4||July 24||Edmonton Eskimos||21–47||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||26,041||0–4||0|
|5||July 30||BC Lions||25–28||Edmonton Eskimos||32,281||1–4||2|
|6||Aug 6||Toronto Argonauts||29–28||Edmonton Eskimos||31,888||1–5||2|
|7||Aug 15||Edmonton Eskimos||15–56||Calgary Stampeders||30,242||1–6||2|
|9||Aug 28||Saskatchewan Roughriders||14–17||Edmonton Eskimos||47,829||2–6||4|
|10||Sept 6||Edmonton Eskimos||5–52||Calgary Stampeders||34,559||2–7||4|
|11||Sept 10||Calgary Stampeders||36–20||Edmonton Eskimos||35,349||2–8||4|
|12||Sept 19||Edmonton Eskimos||14–31||Montreal Alouettes||25,012||2–9||4|
|13||Sept 26||Edmonton Eskimos||24–6||Toronto Argonauts||20,725||3–9||6|
|14||Oct 3||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||35–37||Edmonton Eskimos||34,479||4–9||8|
|15||Oct 8||Edmonton Eskimos||11–36||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||20,791||4–10||8|
|16||Oct 16||Edmonton Eskimos||31–28||BC Lions||OT||21,414||5–10||10|
|17||Oct 23||Saskatchewan Roughriders||24–39||Edmonton Eskimos||38,325||6–10||12|
|18||Oct 30||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||13–16||Edmonton Eskimos||OT||32,192||7–10||14|
|19||Nov 6||Edmonton Eskimos||23–31||Saskatchewan Roughriders||30,048||7–11||14|
Total attendance: 315,224
Average attendance: 35,205 (58.8%)
|2010 Edmonton Eskimos roster|
Italics indicate Import player
As of the end of Week 13 (Game 12):
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