|Date||Match Up||Rating||Score||Result||Profit||Lead Time||Analysis|
|08-01-19||Hamilton v. Saskatchewan -3||19-24||Win||100||10 h 21 m||Show|
Hamilton is tied for the best record in the CFL with a 5-1 record both S/U and ATS. The Tiger Cats lone loss was at Montreal, 29-36 as a 12.5 point favorite. The Cats don't much like playing these early Thursday games, evidenced by their 1-5-1 ATS mark the last 7 Thursday. Meanwhile, the Roughriders are 4-1 ATS in their last five games. The are 3-3 S/U and 4-2 ATS on the season. Saskatchewan has won two of its three home games this year while Hamilton is 1-1 on the road. I like the host here tonight. I'll lay the short price with Saskatchewan.
|07-05-19||Winnipeg +4 v. Ottawa||29-14||Win||100||6 h 3 m||Show|
Winnipeg looking to remain unbeaten in the CFL after a 2-0 start. The Blue Bombers opened the season with a win at British Columbia, 33-23. Then in week 2 they won at home over Edmonton, 28-21. The defense has been very good, allowing 23 and under both games thus far. They allowed just four rushing yards in the win over BC. Ottawa has also started the season 2-0. The Redblacks opened with a win at Calgary, 32-28 and then beat Saskatchewan on the road, 44-41. The Bombers have covered eight of their last 10 games overall. They are also a excellent road team, as Winnipeg is 21-8 in their last 29 road games. In addition. Winnipeg is 4-0 ATS in their last four meetings with the Redblacks at Ottawa and 4-1 ATS in their last four overall. I'm taking the visitor here today. Play Winnipeg.
|06-29-19||BC v. Calgary -10.5||32-36||Loss||-105||8 h 26 m||Show|
The British Columbia Lions still looking for that first win of the young CFL season after a 0-2 start. The Lions have allowed an average of 36 ppg while scoring just 23 ppg thus far. The Lions opened with a loss at home to Winnipeg, 23-33 and then lost at Edmonton, 23-39. Calgary has just one game under their belt and that was a loss at home to Ottaw, 28-32. The stats are pretty even at this point, but Calgary is the much better team. I like Calgary at home here today with that one fewer game. The Stampeders had last week off to prepare for this game, so I'm not afraid to lay the points here today. Play Calgary.
|08-23-18||Edmonton v. Hamilton -3||24-25||Loss||-108||12 h 9 m||Show|
Edmonton has the second best record in the West at 6-3 S/U, however the Eskimos are only 3-6 ATS. Hamilton is 3-5 and tied for second in the East, trailing first place Ottawa by 2.5 games. This is the second meeting between these teams, having met back in week two. In that game, Hamilton trounced the Eskimos scoring 38 points in the process. Edmonton does not do well against losing teams, evidenced the the 1-5 ATS record in their last six tries. Hamilton had little issues in their first meeting in Edmonton and I don't see that changing here tonight as the venue moves to Hamilton. Play Hamilton.
|08-11-18||Montreal v. Ottawa -14||17-24||Loss||-101||9 h 18 m||Show|
The CFL East is the weaker of the two divisions in the league. Tonight, the only team with a winning record in the division, Ottawa, hosts last place Montreal. The Alouttes are just 1-6 S/U and 2-5 ATS on the season. Montreal also averages the fewest points in the league while giving up the most points. In addition, the Alouettes are just 5-17 ATS in their last 22 games and 2-7 ATS in their last nine road games. The Ottawa Redblacks are 7-3 ATS vs a team with a losing record and 7-3 ATS vs the weaker East their last 10. Ottawa should have little issues scoring against the leagues worst defense tonight. Take Ottawa in a one sided win
|08-09-18||Edmonton -3 v. BC||23-31||Loss||-115||7 h 20 m||Show|
With the NFL preseason starting tonight the CFL will lose some interest with bettors. However, there is still money to be made in the CFL and tonight that money is on BC. The Lions are last in the CFL West with a 2-4 record. However, they are 4-2 ATS and they are 2-0 S/U at home where they are tonight. Edmonton is 2nd in the West with a 5-2 record both S/U and a 3-4 ATS mark. Edmonton is only 4-9-2 ATS when playing a team with a losing record. I'm taking the Lions on their home turf tonight as they are 2-0 at home and getting some points here. Play British Columbia.
|08-02-18||Saskatchewan +7 v. Edmonton||19-26||Push||0||10 h 51 m||Show|
CFL West matchup here tonight as Edmonton Eskimos hos the Saskatchewan Rough Riders. Edmonton is 4-2 on the season with a 2-4 ATS mark. The Rough Riders are 3-3 S/U and ATS this season. Edmonton has not been good to bettors, especially at home where they are 7-15 ATS in their last 22 tries. Saskatchewan is coming off a loss to Calgary, 22-34. After a loss, the RoughRiders are 8-2 ATS their last 10 times. Saskatchewan has had the advantage in this series of late, covering four of the last five meetings in the series. Play Saskatchewan tonight.
|07-21-18||Winnipeg -3 v. Toronto||38-20||Win||100||6 h 35 m||Show|
A day game for the CFL today has Winnipeg playing at Toronto. Winnipeg is 2-3 on the season and fourth in the tough West conference. Toronto is 1-3 and tied for last in the weaker East conference. The Toronto Argonauts average the fewest points in the CFL, just 15.2 ppg. Meanwhile, Winnipeg averages the most points in the CFL with 32.2 ppg. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are a nice 16-5 ATS in their last 21 away games and 17-8 ATS in their last 25 overall. Winnipeg has covered the last four meetings in this series. Play Winnipeg today.
|07-20-18||BC v. Ottawa -7||25-29||Loss||-100||8 h 23 m||Show|
Ottawa sits atop a weak East Conference in the CFL with just 2-2 record. The Redblacks are 1-1 both at home and on the road this year. British Columbia is 4th in the West with a 2-2 record, but 0-2 S/U on the road. The Lions average 20.7 ppg while allowing 20.5 ppg. The Redblacks average 21.2 ppg and allow 20 ppg. The Redblacks are also 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games following a ATS loss and 5-0 ATS their last five following a straight up loss. BC is just 3-8 ATS overall their last 11 games and 1-7 ATS in their last eight road games. This is as much a play against the Lions on the road as it is on Ottawa. Play Ottawa here tonight.
|07-13-18||Toronto v. Edmonton -9.5||15-16||Loss||-103||10 h 42 m||Show|
Edmonton is 2-2 in the young CFL season and 1-3 ATS. They face a Toronto Argonaut team that has struggled on the road. The Argos are just 4-12 ATS in their last 16 away games. Edmonton returns home after losing at Toronto last week, 17-20. The Eskimos were a 3.5 road favorite, but failed to cover. This despite having 370 yards passing to Toronto's 208 yards through the air. Toronto is 1-2 S/U and ATS on the season. The Argos offense has not been good, averaging just 15.3 ppg while allowing 28.3 ppg. Their win vs Edmonton last week was their first of the season after losing at home to Calgary 7-41 and at Saskatchewan, 19-27. Edmonton will have revenge on their mind at home here tonight. The Argos got lucky last week, don't expect that here tonight. Take Edmonton.
|07-07-18||BC v. Winnipeg -6||19-41||Win||100||20 h 56 m||Show|
Week four of the CFL finds British Columbia (1-1 S/U 1-1 ATS_ playing at Winnipeg (1-2 S/U, 2-1 ATS). The Winnipeg Blue Bombers opened the season with a narrow loss to Edmonton, 30-33, but covered the seven-point line. Then they won easily at Montreal, 56-10 and lost at Hamilton, 17-31. The Bombers have also gone over in two of their three games. The BC Lions opened with a win at home over Montreal, 22-10, had a bye week 2 and then lost at Edmonton, 22-41. This is the first of a home and home series between these clubs. The Lions are 2-7 ATS in their last nine games and 2-10-1 ATS in their last 13 vs the West. In addition, they have covered just one of their last seven road games. Take Winnipeg today.
|07-06-18||Ottawa -7.5 v. Montreal||28-18||Win||100||6 h 20 m||Show|
Ottawa is 1-1 as we head into week four of the CFL. The Redblacks opened the season with a win at home over Saskatchewan, 40-17 and then lost in week two at Calgary, 14-24. The Redblacks have an excellent running game, as they average over 118.5 yards per game. Montreal is 1-2 through the first three weeks. The Alouettes opened with two losses and then beat Saskatchewan in week three, 23-17. Montreal averages just 14.3 ppg this season while allowing a whopping 31.7. They are also being out gained by 132 yards per game and have allowed opposing QB's to complete 73% of their passes. Montreal is just not a very good team. I'm taking Ottawa here tonight.
|06-22-18||Hamilton +6.5 v. Edmonton||38-21||Win||100||21 h 54 m||Show|
Hamilton had a great chance to win last week but a late INT and a broken run by Calgary shut the door on the Tiger Cats. Still, Hamilton showed they are much improved this season and this week we get almost a TD from the host, which I think is too much. Edmonton has a potent offense, which means Hamilton will have to step it up on defense. We might get Edmonton in a look ahead spot here as they host British Columbia next week and might just be looking past this Hamilton squad. The TigerCats are 6-1 ATS in their last seven games while Edmonton is 6-13 ATS in their last 19 home games. Take Hamilton.
|06-22-18||Winnipeg -3 v. Montreal||56-10||Win||100||18 h 53 m||Show|
Talk about losing streaks, the Montreal Alouttes are the Cleveland Browns of the CFL. Montreal is on a 12-game losing streak after losing in week 1 to the BC Lions, 10-22. Winnipeg is 0-1 after losing week one, 30-33. Chris Streveler had to step in at QB for the Bombers after starter Matt Nichols went down. Streveler showed he can be a star in this league with three touchdowns in week 1. I don't put much faith in this Montreal team until they can show me they can win. Lay the short number here with Winnipeg.
|06-21-18||Saskatchewan +1.5 v. Ottawa||17-40||Loss||-106||18 h 14 m||Show|
Week 2 CFL action has Ottawa hosting Saskatchewan on Thursday night. The Saskatchewan Roughriders opened with a nice win in week one over Toronto. QB Zach Collaros was 18-for-25 for 203 yards and one TD. The passing game was quiet at best for the RoughRiders in week 1. Ottawa looks improve on last season's 8-9-1 record. The Redblacks have lots of rest for this contest, but I liked the way Saskatchewan played in week 1. I'm going to stick with the Roughriders here again in week 2. Play Saskatcchewan.
|06-16-18||Montreal v. BC -7.5||10-22||Win||100||10 h 4 m||Show|
Montreal started the preseason with a pair of losses, losing at Ottawa 7-27 and then at home to Hamilton, 15-30. British Columbia did just the opposite, winning both preseason games; 36-23 at Calgary and then 34=21 at home over Winnipeg. The BC Lions swept this series last season, winning at home 41-18. Being the first week, not a lot to go off of here. However, Montreal did not click offensively during the preseaon and can't see that changing here on the road at BC. The Lions are laying 8 or 9 at home, but I don't see that as a problem they way they have already performed. Take British Columbia.
|06-15-18||Toronto -2 v. Saskatchewan||19-27||Loss||-114||21 h 48 m||Show|
Toronto returns as the CFL Chamption. The Argonauts should be the top team in today's matchup with Saskatchwan and opening on the road a plus for the Champs. Saskatchewan has had issues with their offensive line and at quaterback. IF it's possible the Argos look like they may be improved over last year. If the Roughriders do have offensive line issues, how will that effect QB Zach Collaros? He's been beaten up pretty good over the years by injury and any questions with the offensive line could compound those issues. Toronto looks good agains this year and I'm going to lay the small number here on the road. Play Toronto.
|08-26-17||Toronto +10 v. Calgary||7-23||Loss||-110||122 h 58 m||Show|
|08-26-17||BC +2 v. Ottawa||24-31||Loss||-110||116 h 28 m||Show|
|08-24-17||Winnipeg -1 v. Montreal||34-31||Win||100||73 h 34 m||Show|
|08-18-17||Calgary v. BC +5||21-17||Win||100||99 h 44 m||Show|
|08-18-17||Ottawa -3.5 v. Hamilton||37-18||Win||100||96 h 40 m||Show|
|08-13-17||BC v. Saskatchewan||8-41||Loss||-120||144 h 49 m||Show|
|08-12-17||Winnipeg -1 v. Hamilton||39-12||Win||100||119 h 8 m||Show|
|08-05-17||Saskatchewan v. BC -5.5||15-30||Win||100||103 h 42 m||Show|
|08-04-17||Hamilton +14 v. Edmonton||28-33||Win||100||81 h 23 m||Show|
|08-04-17||Winnipeg +3 v. Ottawa||33-30||Win||100||79 h 53 m||Show|
|08-03-17||Calgary -4.5 v. Toronto||41-24||Win||100||55 h 23 m||Show|
|07-29-17||Toronto +2.5 v. Saskatchewan||27-38||Loss||-110||94 h 20 m||Show|
|07-28-17||BC +3 v. Edmonton||26-37||Loss||-110||73 h 27 m||Show|
|07-27-17||Montreal +4 v. Winnipeg||40-41||Win||100||48 h 27 m||Show|
|07-22-17||Saskatchewan v. Calgary -10||10-27||Win||100||106 h 23 m||Show|
|07-19-17||Montreal v. Ottawa -4.5||19-24||Win||100||33 h 55 m||Show|
|07-15-17||BC -3 v. Hamilton||41-26||Win||100||98 h 48 m||Show|
07/15 07:30 PM EST CFL (377) BRITISH COLUMBIA VS (378) HAMILTON.
Take: (377) BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Reason: British Columbia has it all, with a good offense and a defense that is allowing 20.3 pg through three games. Four players have eclipsed 100 yards in receiving and one of them is Jeremiah Johnson, who so far has proven his ability as a duel threat. The other three are Bryan Burnham, Emmanuel Arceneaux and Nick Moore. The defense is fast, particularly in the secondary where Ronnie Yell and T.J. Lee have come back from injury with a vengeance. Hamilton is winless getting beat by a combined 69-35 in two games. BC rolled in two meetings last season and will do so again. Play British Columbia.
|07-14-17||Ottawa +6 v. Edmonton||21-23||Win||100||76 h 4 m||Show|
07/14 10:00 PM EST CFL (375) OTTAWA REDBLACKS VS (376) EDMONTON.
Take: (375) OTTAWA REDBLACKS
Reason: Defending champion Ottawa (0-2-1) is winless but they are a talented group that has been in every game. They come off a close loss to Toronto despite QB Trevor Harris, who finished the night 30-of-43 for 370 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Edmonton (2-0) has won two close games and is overvalued here, after a 10-8 campaign in 2016. The Edmonton Eskimos are also down three starters already whose seasons have abruptly ended due to injury. Play Ottawa.
|07-14-17||Calgary -5.5 v. Montreal||23-30||Loss||-110||73 h 15 m||Show|
07/14 07:00 PM EST CFL (373) CALGARY VS (374) MONTREAL.
Take: (373) CALGARY.
Reason: Montreal couldn't score against Calgary last season, getting 8 and 17 points in the two meetings. They will need a lot more than that against this high powered Calgary (2-0-1) attack that has tallied 103 points in three games. Calgary is off a 29-10 victory over Winnipeg. For the third straight game, a different Stampeders player led the team in receiving yards behind QB Bo Mitchell. Rebuilding Montreal (1-2) has scored just 52 points in three games. Play Calgary.
|07-08-17||Hamilton v. Saskatchewan||20-37||Win||100||103 h 30 m||Show|
Saskatchewan has two games under its belt and is home. Hamilton scored just 15 points in its lone game. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats will be without WR Terrence Toliver for at least the next little while following a knee injury during the season-opener. Last season, Toliver ranked second on the Ticats with 1,036 yards on 65 catches to go with a team-leading nine touchdowns. Second straight home game for Saskatchewan (0-2), losing the first two by a total of four points. Look for a big effort by the home team to get its first win. Play Saskatchewan.
|07-06-17||BC -2.5 v. Montreal||23-16||Win||100||53 h 5 m||Show|
Reason: British Columbia may be 1-1 but this is a strong all around team, scoring 30 and 28 points the first two contests. They come off a win at Toronto as a dog, 28-15, with 398 yards. Montreal has a terrible offense, averaging 18 points in two games. They let a first half lead slip away last week in a 23-19 loss at Edmonton. BC won both meetings last season, 38-18 and 38-27, and will do so again. Play British Columbia.
|07-01-17||Winnipeg -1 v. Saskatchewan||43-40||Win||100||105 h 12 m||Show|
|06-30-17||BC v. Toronto||28-15||Loss||-110||79 h 13 m||Show|
|06-29-17||Ottawa +7.5 v. Calgary||39-43||Win||100||57 h 14 m||Show|
|06-25-17||Hamilton v. Toronto +3.5||15-32||Win||100||67 h 57 m||Show|
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats had a losing record both home and away last season. There are more question marks for this season, too. The Tiger-cats hold one of the CFLs longest Grey Cup droughts at eighteen years and counting. Offensive wizard Marc Trestman has breathed new life into the Toronto Argonauts, who open at home. The Argos fared well in the draft, selecting six promising young players including 6-8 offensive linesman Mason Woods and Laurier linebacker Nakas Onyeka. QBs Ricky Ray and Drew Willy are mobile and reliable. Play Toronto.
|06-24-17||Edmonton v. BC -3.5||30-27||Loss||-110||49 h 58 m||Show|
Take: (356) BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Reason: Edmonton lost 9 games last season because of a soft defense. They open the season on the road against a strong British Columbia offense. The BC Lions led the CFL with 40 passing plays of 30 yards or more in 2016, but Jennings said Williams ability to go deep should create even more opportunities in 2017. BC should score plenty and they are 12-3 ATS scoring 28 or more points. British Columbia is also 4-1 against the spread versus Edmonton over the last 3 seasons. Play British Columbia.
|06-23-17||Calgary -3 v. Ottawa||31-31||Loss||-105||80 h 52 m||Show|
|08-26-16||Winnipeg +2.5 v. Montreal||32-18||Win||100||97 h 48 m||Show|
|08-20-16||Edmonton v. Toronto +2.5||46-23||Loss||-110||119 h 8 m||Show|
|08-19-16||Calgary v. BC -2||37-9||Loss||-110||101 h 19 m||Show|
|08-13-16||Hamilton v. BC -2.5||38-45||Win||100||108 h 37 m||Show|
|08-13-16||Calgary -5.5 v. Saskatchewan||19-10||Win||100||105 h 47 m||Show|
|08-06-16||Edmonton v. Ottawa -4||20-23||Loss||-106||122 h 58 m||Show|
|08-04-16||Saskatchewan +12.5 v. Calgary||15-35||Loss||-110||77 h 54 m||Show|
|08-04-16||BC v. Montreal +3||38-18||Loss||-110||74 h 5 m||Show|
|08-03-16||Hamilton -2 v. Winnipeg||11-37||Loss||-110||54 h 2 m||Show|
|07-31-16||Toronto +11 v. Ottawa||23-20||Win||100||33 h 16 m||Show|
7/31 04:30 PM CFL (307) TORONTO VS (308) OTTAWA REDBLACKS. Take: (307) TORONTO. Reason: Ottawa has quarterback injuries for this one: Henry Burris has been out since Week 1 with an injured pinky finger on his throwing hand, while Trevor Harris left Saturday's loss to the Riders with a knee injury. Toronto is in town having a strong season, including 2-0 on the road. They are off a 30-17 win over Montreal on Monday night. Quarterback Ricky Ray is out, but 26-year-old Logan Kilgore played well. It was Kilgore's presence on the roster that allowed the Argos to move Gale to Saskatchewan in a trade for defensive end Shawn Lemon. And the Argonauts are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 road games. Play Toronto.
|07-29-16||BC +5.5 v. Calgary||41-44||Win||100||82 h 1 m||Show|
|07-23-16||Hamilton +4.5 v. Edmonton||37-31||Win||100||107 h 20 m||Show|
A pair of strong offensive teams clash. Hamilton is averaging 25 ppg and is unbeaten on the road, as well as 13-4 ATS in their last 17 road games. Edmonton has taken a step back from last year's championship team, losing some key talent. They've been outscored on the season despite a 2-1 record. The Eskimos are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 home games. And the Tiger-Cats are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 meetings in Edmonton. Play Hamilton.
|07-22-16||Ottawa -6 v. Saskatchewan||29-30||Loss||-106||85 h 20 m||Show|
Ottawa looks like the best team in the league and they are the only undefeated squad left. The offense is electric behind QB Trevor Harris. Harris connected on 28-of-31 passes for 392 yards and no interceptions in last week's 30-20 win at Toronto. Greg Ellingson, who had nine receptions for 218 yards, was Harris' favorite target for the night and the star for Ottawa's offense. Ottawa is on an 8-1 ATS run, including 6-0 ATS on the road. Saskatchewan is struggling everywhere, winless on the season. The Roughriders are on 7-22-1 ATS run, plus 13-35-3 ATS in their last 51 games following a straight up loss. Play Ottawa.
|07-21-16||Calgary -5 v. Winnipeg||33-18||Win||100||61 h 1 m||Show|
Winnipeg gave defending champion Edmonton a game last week, losing 20-16. But don't be fooled: they blew a 10-0 lead and allowed 450 yards passing. Winnipeg has struggled all year at 1-3. The Blue Bombers are on a 1-6 spread run, 8-18-3 ATS in their last 29 home games. The Blue Bombers meanwhile find themselves sitting at 1-3, with the always-tough Calgary Stampeders coming to town in week 5. Calgary's defense is playing great allowing 68 points in three games. The Stampeders are on a 6-2 ATS run, 4-0 ATS vs. a team with a losing record. And the Stampeders are 3-1-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings in Winnipeg. Pay Calgary.
|07-16-16||BC +2 v. Saskatchewan||40-27||Win||100||103 h 37 m||Show|
Winless Saskatchewan scored 36 points last week, but what does that matter if you can't stop anyone? They've allowed 30 and 39 points in two games. The Roughriders are on a 7-21-1 ATS run, 15-39-3 ATS in their last 57 games following a straight up loss. British Columbia (2-1) has plenty of defense and balance on offense, 4-1 ATS on the road. The Lions are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games following a straight up loss. Play BC.
|07-13-16||Ottawa +1 v. Toronto||30-20||Win||100||31 h 58 m||Show|
The Unbeaten Ottawa RedBlacks (2-0-1) have been impressive, winning a pair of road games to open the season. They come off a strange 26-26 tie at home last week, but this is still a dynamite offense. RedBlacks quarterback Trevor Harris was sensational again, 39-50 for 394 yards. The RedBlacks are on a 7-1 ATS run, including 5-0 ATS on the road. They face a Toronto team playing well but now has to face the top offense in the league. The Argonauts are 7-19 ATS in their last 26 home games. Play Ottawa.
|07-08-16||Calgary v. Ottawa||26-26||Push||0||96 h 27 m||Show|
|07-07-16||Toronto v. BC -4.5||25-14||Loss||-110||76 h 48 m||Show|
|07-01-16||Winnipeg v. Calgary -8.5||22-36||Win||100||98 h 17 m||Show|
|06-30-16||Ottawa v. Montreal||28-13||Win||100||71 h 14 m||Show|
|06-25-16||Calgary -4 v. BC||18-20||Loss||-101||103 h 18 m||Show|
|06-25-16||Ottawa +7 v. Edmonton||45-37||Win||100||100 h 11 m||Show|
|06-24-16||Montreal +3.5 v. Winnipeg||22-14||Win||100||78 h 52 m||Show|
6/24 05:30 PM CFL (123) MONTREAL VS (124) WINNIPEG
|11-29-15||Ottawa +8 v. Edmonton||20-26||Win||100||148 h 26 m||Show|
|11-15-15||Toronto +2.5 v. Hamilton||22-25||Loss||-106||140 h 33 m||Show|
|11-07-15||Hamilton v. Ottawa -2.5||28-44||Win||100||117 h 29 m||Show|
|10-30-15||BC v. Toronto -3||27-25||Loss||-106||73 h 31 m||Show|
|10-23-15||Hamilton Tiger-Cats -1 v. BC||Top||13-40||Loss||-110||99 h 7 m||Show|
|10-01-15||Montreal Alouettes v. Ottawa Redblacks -2.5||17-39||Win||100||74 h 46 m||Show|
|09-27-15||Montreal Alouettes -1.5 v. Saskatchewan Roughriders||21-33||Loss||-110||141 h 28 m||Show|
|09-26-15||Toronto Argonauts v. Ottawa Redblacks -2.5||35-26||Loss||-110||120 h 30 m||Show|
|09-20-15||Winnipeg Blue Bombers +10 v. Montreal Alouettes||14-35||Loss||-110||138 h 12 m||Show|
|09-19-15||Ottawa Redblacks +2 v. Saskatchewan Roughriders||30-27||Win||100||122 h 9 m||Show|
|09-11-15||Hamilton Tiger-Cats -3.5 v. Toronto Argonauts||35-27||Win||100||48 h 6 m||Show|
|08-30-15||Saskatchewan Roughriders v. Ottawa Redblacks -3||13-35||Win||100||121 h 27 m||Show|
|08-29-15||Calgary Stampeders -5.5 v. Winnipeg Bombers||36-8||Win||100||99 h 27 m||Show|
|08-28-15||Toronto Argonauts +4.5 v. Edmonton Eskimos||15-38||Loss||-110||79 h 30 m||Show|
|08-23-15||OTTAWA v. TORONTO -9||24-30||Loss||-105||118 h 25 m||Show|
|08-21-15||HAMILTON -2 v. EDMONTON||49-20||Win||100||75 h 21 m||Show|
|08-15-15||OTTAWA +8 v. CALGARY||3-48||Loss||-105||30 h 57 m||Show|
|08-13-15||EDMONTON -1 v. MONTREAL||Top||15-12||Win||100||76 h 3 m||Show|
|07-17-15||Edmonton Eskimos v. Ottawa Redblacks +3||23-12||Loss||-110||19 h 26 m||Show|
Ottawa had its perfect 2-0 record smashed by these same Edmonton Eskimos a week ago. The Redblacks looked very good in their previous two games with QB Henry Burris connecting on 70% of his passes and has four TD's. Last week Burris threw an INT on the team's second possession that Edmonton returned for a touchdown. It was pretty much over for the Redblacks after that. The defense had also been good, allowing just 16 point average in their first two games and 255 yards until the Eskimos pounded them last week. It's always tough to beat a team back-to-back, especially when you embarrassed them the week before. The Redblacks have to avoid the early mistakes they made last week that saw them implode. If they can do that this week, then I like them here to rebound at home in a game that is more important for Ottawa than Edmonton. I'll take the points with Ottawa here on Friday.
|07-16-15||Hamilton Tiger-Cats -3 v. Montreal Alouettes||13-17||Loss||-110||20 h 35 m||Show|
Rakeem Cato makes just the third start of his CFL career here on Thursday for Montreal. Cato had a rough game last week, throwing no TD's and two INT's. One of the INT's was returned for a touchdown. Cato will have his work cut out for him tonight in this Eastern Division battle with arguably the best team in the East, Hamilton. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats biggest worry though is RB Tyrell Sutton, the CFL's leading rusher with 278 yards. The Tiger-Cats blitzed and blitzed in their last game against Winnipeg and I fully expect they will use this tactic against the young QB for Montreal tonight. Montreal has a solid defense though and should be able to keep this game close. However, Cato is still young and prone to mistakes, which I believe will favor Hamilton here. It will be a close game, but I give the nod to Hamilton.
|07-13-15||Toronto Argonauts v. Calgary Stampeders -7||20-25||Loss||-115||20 h 59 m||Show|
Toronto has jumped out of the gate with two wins in its first two weeks. The Argos opened with a 26-11 win over Edmonton and then won a shootout with Saskatchewan, 42-40. The big news has been the play of QB Trevor Harris. Harris has been red-hot and now faces his toughest opponent in a very good Calgary defense. Harris hit 24 of 27 passes against Edmonton for 347 yards and three TD's. Harris followed that up with a 30-of-38 performance against Saskatchewan, tossing four TD's and 267 yards. Harris' QB rating is now a blistering, 140.2. Calgary is 1-1 to start the season after being thumped by Montreal and their rookie QB, 29-11. Calgary is the defending Grey Cup Champions and they will defend home field here. They know Harris has been red-hot and they have the defense to stop him. I'm not completely sold yet on the Argos team and their QB, but this is their big test against the defending Champions. I'm taking the home team here in Calgary.
|07-05-15||Toronto Argonauts +3 v. Saskatchewan Roughriders||42-40||Win||100||117 h 21 m||Show|
|07-04-15||B.C. Lions v. Ottawa Redblacks +3||16-27||Win||100||96 h 52 m||Show|
|06-27-15||Edmonton Eskimos -5.5 v. Toronto Argonauts||11-26||Loss||-105||97 h 41 m||Show|
6/27 02:05 PM CFL (125) EDMONTON VS (126) TORONTO Take: (125) EDMONTON.
|06-25-15||Ottawa Redblacks +8 v. Montreal Alouettes||20-16||Win||100||51 h 14 m||Show|
6/25 04:35 PM CFL (121) OTTAWA REDBLACKS VS (122) MONTREAL Take: (121) OTTAWA REDBLACKS. Reason: Ottawa has been stockpiling talent through the draft and had a big offseason to improve on a 2-16 record. Ottawa's deepest cache of National talent is at defensive line, where Justin Capicciotti posted a 11 sacks to earn the team's Most Outstanding Canadian nomination. The offense brings in Jason Maas as new offensive coordinator and Bryan Chiu as the new offensive line coach. SirVincent Rogers, Greg Ellingson, and Ernest Jackson were brought in as free agents while Maurice Price was acquired from the Calgary Stampeders via trade. They also add electrifying Chris Williams, who returns to the CFL after two years in the NFL. Rogers will improve the team's offensive line while Price, Jackson, and Ellingson - a favorite target of QB Henry Burris' in Hamilton - bolster a receiving corps that some are looks like one of the best in the league. Williams helps the team both offensively and on special teams. Montreal is a big favorite but off a 9-9 season where the defense was terrible allowing 394 points. Montreal has QB question marks again and the wide receiving corps is aging. The Alouettes are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games in Week 1, so grab the big dog in this even contest. Play Ottawa.
|11-30-14||Hamilton Tiger-Cats +7.5 v. Calgary Stampeders||16-20||Win||100||73 h 22 m||Show|
11/30 03:00 PM CFL (491) HAMILTON VS (492) CALGARY
|10-25-14||Hamilton Tiger-Cats +3.5 v. Toronto Argonauts||24-26||Win||100||51 h 41 m||Show|
|09-01-14||Edmonton Eskimos v. Calgary Stampeders -4||13-28||Win||100||71 h 25 m||Show|
|08-22-14||Montreal Alouettes v. Winnipeg Blue Bombers -7||16-24||Win||100||73 h 21 m||Show|