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1989 Edmonton Eskimos season
Head Coach Joe Faragalli
Home Field Commonwealth Stadium
Results
Record 16-2
Place 1st, West
Playoff Finish Lost Western Final
Uniform
CFL EDM Jersey 1987
Timeline
Previous season Next season
1988 1990

The 1989 Edmonton Eskimos season was the 32nd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 41st overall. The Eskimos finished the season in first place with a CFL record 16 wins and a 16–2 record. They appeared in the West Final where they lost to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Pre-seasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Visitor Score Home Attendance
B June 28 Edmonton Eskimos 24–28 Saskatchewan Roughriders N/A
C July 5 Calgary Stampeders 10–41 Edmonton Eskimos 37,192

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Regular seasonEdit

StandingsEdit

West Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Edmonton Eskimos 18 16 2 0 644 302 32
Calgary Stampeders 18 10 8 0 495 466 20
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 9 9 0 547 567 18
BC Lions 18 7 11 0 521 557 14

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Season ScheduleEdit

Week Date Visitor Score Home Attendance Record Pts
1 July 13 BC Lions 15–20 Edmonton Eskimos 30,041 1–0–0 2
2 July 21 Edmonton Eskimos 54–4 Calgary Stampeders 21,235 2–0–0 4
3 July 27 Edmonton Eskimos 17–21 Toronto Argonauts 34,840 2–1–0 4
4 Aug 3 Toronto Argonauts 21–22 Edmonton Eskimos 28,238 3–1–0 6
5 Aug 9 Edmonton Eskimos 33–13 BC Lions 32,158 4–1–0 8
6 Aug 17 Edmonton Eskimos 39–4 Ottawa Rough Riders 21,413 5–1–0 10
7 Aug 23 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14–37 Edmonton Eskimos 28,861 6–1–0 12
8 Aug 30 Saskatchewan Roughriders 19–45 Edmonton Eskimos 31,667 7–1–0 14
8 Sept 4 Edmonton Eskimos 31–14 Calgary Stampeders 33,139 8–1–0 16
9 Sept 8 Calgary Stampeders 27–28 Edmonton Eskimos 44,327 9–1–0 18
10 Sept 17 Edmonton Eskimos 35–48 Saskatchewan Roughriders 24,776 9–2–0 18
11 Sept 24 BC Lions 25–32 Edmonton Eskimos 30,173 10–2–0 20
12 Sept 29 Edmonton Eskimos 33–12 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 16,387 11–2–0 22
13 Oct 9 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 7–45 Edmonton Eskimos 28,869 12–2–0 24
14 Oct 15 Ottawa Roughriders 11–55 Edmonton Eskimos 30,920 13–2–0 26
15 Oct 22 Edmonton Eskimos 34–11 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 23,590 14–2–0 28
16 Oct 28 Edmonton Eskimos 25–19 BC Lions 27,116 15–2–0 30
17 Nov 5 Saskatchewan Roughriders 17–49 Edmonton Eskimos 27,471 16–2–0 32

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Total attendance: 280,567
Average attendance: 31,174 (51.9%)

PlayoffsEdit

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Visitor Score Home OT Attendance
Division Final Nov 19 Saskatchewan Roughriders 32–21 Edmonton Eskimos 35,112

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AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit


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