|2014 Edmonton Eskimos season|
|Head coach||Chris Jones|
|General manager||Ed Hervey|
|Home field||Commonwealth Stadium|
|Division place||2nd, West|
|Playoff finish||Lost West Final|
|Team MOP||Adarius Bowman, WR|
|Team MOC||Eddie Steele, DT|
|Team MOR||Dexter McCoil, LB|
The 2014 Edmonton Eskimos season was the 57th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 66th overall. The Eskimos successfully improved upon their 4–14 record from 2013 after earning their fifth win in their sixth game. The Eskimos qualified for the playoffs and won the West Semi-Final over the Saskatchewan Roughriders, hosting their first playoff game since 2011. However, their season came to a close after they lost the West Final to the Calgary Stampeders, who defeated the Eskimos in all four meetings this season.
The 2014 CFL Draft took place on May 13, 2014.
|1||6||Devon Bailey||WR||St. Francis Xavier|
|4||30||Raye Hartmann||DB||St. Francis Xavier|
|May 13, 2014||Trade|| Tony Washington (OL)|
Otha Foster (DB)
Negotiation list player
1st round pick in 2014 CFL Draft - Devon Bailey (WR)
2nd round pick in 2014 CFL Draft - Aaron Milton (RB)
|Negotiation list player|
1st round pick in 2014 CFL Draft - Anthony Coombs (RB)
3rd round pick in 2014 CFL Draft - Jaskaran Dhillon (DL)
|September 2, 2014||Trade||Steve Myddelton (OL)||6th round pick in 2015 CFL Draft - Everett Ellefsen (DL)|
*4th round pick in 2016 CFL Draft - David Onyemata (DL)
*Later traded to the Saskatchewan Roughriders
|B||Fri, June 13||7:00 p.m. MDT||vs. BC Lions||L 11–14||0–1||TSN||Commonwealth Stadium||25,963||Recap|
|C||Fri, June 20||7:00 p.m. MDT||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||W 19–14||1–1||None||Mosaic Stadium||15,353||Recap|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||18||7||11||0||397||481||14||Details|
|1||Sat, June 28||4:00 p.m. MDT||at BC Lions||W 27–20||1–0||W1||TSN/RDS2||BC Place||24,524||Recap|
|2||Fri, July 4||8:00 p.m. MDT||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||W 28–24||2–0||W2||TSN||Commonwealth Stadium||30,714||Recap|
|3||Fri, July 11||8:00 p.m. MDT||vs. Ottawa Redblacks||W 27–11||3–0||W3||TSN/RDS/ESPN2||Commonwealth Stadium||31,521||Recap|
|4||Thur, July 17||6:30 p.m. MDT||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||W 26–3||4–0||W4||TSN/RDS2/ESPN2||Investors Group Field||30,976||Recap|
|5||Thur, July 24||7:00 p.m. MDT||vs. Calgary Stampeders||L 22–26||4–1||L1||TSN/ESPN2||Commonwealth Stadium||40,066||Recap|
|7||Fri, Aug 8||5:00 p.m. MDT||at Montreal Alouettes||W 33–23||5–1||W1||TSN/RDS||Molson Stadium||20,054||Recap|
|8||Fri, Aug 15||5:30 p.m. MDT||at Ottawa Redblacks||W 10–8||6–1||W2||TSN/RDS2||TD Place Stadium||24,291||Recap|
|9||Sat, Aug 23||2:00 p.m. MDT||vs. Toronto Argonauts||W 41–27||7–1||W3||TSN||Commonwealth Stadium||33,767||Recap|
|10||Mon, Sept 1||2:30 p.m. MDT||at Calgary Stampeders||L 13–28||7–2||L1||TSN||McMahon Stadium||35,400||Recap|
|11||Sat, Sept 6||5:00 p.m. MDT||vs. Calgary Stampeders||L 34–41||7–3||L2||TSN/RDS2||Commonwealth Stadium||40,852||Recap|
|12||Fri, Sept 12||7:00 p.m. MDT||vs. Montreal Alouettes||W 33–16||8–3||W1||TSN/RDS||Commonwealth Stadium||27,833||Recap|
|13||Sat, Sept 20||5:00 p.m. MDT||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||L 23–25||8–4||L1||TSN||Tim Hortons Field||18,135||Recap|
|14||Fri, Sept 26||8:00 p.m. MDT||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||W 24–0||9–4||W1||TSN||Commonwealth Stadium||42,161||Recap|
|15||Sat, Oct 4||2:00 p.m. MDT||at Toronto Argonauts||L 32–33||9–5||L1||TSN||Rogers Centre||16,276||Recap|
|16||Mon, Oct 13||2:30 p.m. MDT||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||W 41–9||10–5||W1||TSN/RDS2||Commonwealth Stadium||28,065||Recap|
|17||Sun, Oct 19||2:00 p.m. MDT||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||W 24–19||11–5||W2||TSN/ESPN2||Mosaic Stadium||32,421||Recap|
|19||Sat, Nov 1||5:00 p.m. MDT||vs. BC Lions||W 37–3||12–5||W3||TSN/RDS2||Commonwealth Stadium||26,388||Recap|
|20||Sat, Nov 8||5:00 p.m. MST||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||L 17–24||12–6||L1||TSN/RDS2||Mosaic Stadium||20,139||Recap|
Total attendance: 301,367
Average attendance: 33,485 (59.5%)
|West Semi-Final||Sun, Nov 16||2:30 p.m. MST||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||W 18–10||1–0||TSN/RDS2/ESPN2||Commonwealth Stadium||26,237||Recap|
|West Final||Sun, Nov 23||2:30 p.m. MST||at Calgary Stampeders||L 18–43||1–1||TSN||McMahon Stadium||31,004||Recap|
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