|Date||Match Up||Rating||Score||Result||Profit||Lead Time||Analysis|
|06-15-19||Winnipeg v. BC||33-23||Loss||-104||12 h 4 m||Show|
Winnipeg at British Columbia 10:00 ET
Lions over Blue Bombers- Winnipeg made it to the CFL Western Division championship game last season falling to eventual Grey Cup Champion Calgary 22-14. BC, meanwhile is one of five new coaches in a nine team league as DeVone Claybrooks takes the helm. The Lions have won seven of its last 10 home games against the Bombers but Winnipeg has a 8-2 ATS edge in those meetings. Mike Reilly who returns to the Lions and he lead the league in passing yards 5,562 and had 30 touchdown passes. Take BRITISH COLUMBIA!
|11-11-18||BC +1 v. Hamilton||Top||8-48||Loss||-107||66 h 16 m||Show|
British Columbia at Hamilton 1:00 ET
Lions (+) over Tiger-Cats- These two finished their regular season action on back-to-back weekends at the end of September each holding serve and winning at home (we had the Power Play winner). But, the season has different effects on one club to another as it is a long season (18 games/20 weeks) when these two last met at Hamilton the Tiger-Cats were -6.5 and finished the season 8-10 and now are just a one-point home favorite. British Columbia finished the season 9-9 closing with a pair of losses but that isn't that bad as Hamilton has dropped their last three and five of their last seven. The Tiger-Cats have little home field advantage as they are 2-6 ATS in their last eight at home. Take BRITISH COLUMBIA!
|10-26-18||Calgary v. Winnipeg -3.5||Top||21-29||Win||100||7 h 56 m||Show|
Calgary at Winnipeg 8:30 ET
Blue Bombers (-) over Stampeders- This is the first time that Calgary have been an underdog this entire season. They have already clinch their playoff spot and may not be motivated here. After a 4-game losing streak they responded and are currently on a 4-games SU and ATS win streak. The Blue Bombers seem to pay their best at home against teams with winning records as they are 15-5 ATS in their last 20. Take WINNIPEG!
|10-19-18||Hamilton v. Ottawa +1.5||31-35||Win||100||28 h 14 m||Show|
Hamilton at Ottawa 7:30 ET
Tigers-Cats (+) over RedBlacks- This is the first of back-to-back meetings between a pair of 8-7 clubs tied for the East Division lead. I understand that number never lie but that they can be very misleading. Hamilton enters this fray with more points scored and less points allowed but are 2-7 straight-up in the last nine meetings. Although the RedBlacks have the stats against them going 2-4 ATS in their last six home games while the Tigers-Cats are 5-2 straight-up in their last seven they win here. Take OTTAWA!
|10-13-18||Saskatchewan v. Winnipeg -3.5||Top||0-31||Win||100||18 h 19 m||Show|
Saskatchewan at Winnipeg 2:00 ET
Blue Bombers (-) over Roughriders- Saskatchewan has won seven of their last eight straight-up and now they show up as an underdog to the Blue Bombers who have won and 'covered' their last three. The Roughriders are 2-0 this season against the Bomber and winning in Winnipeg 32-27 as a 4-point dog. This time Bombers will avoid the 'Hat-Trick.' Take WINNIPEG!
|09-29-18||BC v. Hamilton -7||Top||10-40||Win||100||6 h 55 m||Show|
British Columbia at Hamilton 4:00 ET
Tiger-Cats (-) over Lions- This line looks a little over inflated as Hamilton is just 6-7 and 5-6-1 ATS while BC is 6-6 and 7-4 ATS. The Tigers-Cats have dropped their last two and lost the first game of the series last week with the Lions winning 35-32 in OT at home. I see Hamilton getting a bit of revenge here as such a strong favorite in their own backyard. Lay the points and take HAMILTON!
|09-28-18||Toronto v. Calgary -13||Top||16-38||Win||100||76 h 40 m||Show|
Toronto at Calgary
Stampeders (-) over Argonauts- Bad spot for Toronto as the Stampeders are off a bye and ready to make their late season push. The Argonauts who are 0-5 on the road are off a disappointing 30-29 loss to Saskatchewan while Calgary 6-0 at home are rested and have already pasted the Argos in June 41-7. Add that Toronto is 2-12 ATS in their last 14 Friday games. Take CALGARY!