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CFL Week 20 Odds

Football Canadian Spread Money Line Total Points


Montreal Alouettes at Hamilton Tigercats - Friday, November 3, 2017 7:00 PM
651 Montreal Alouettes +14 -120 Over 52 -110
652 Hamilton Tigercats -14 +100 Under 52 -110

Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Calgary Stampeders - Friday, November 3, 2017 9:30 PM
653 Winnipeg Blue Bombers +11 -115 Over 52 -110
654 Calgary Stampeders -11 -105 Under 52 -110


Edmonton Eskimos at Saskatchewan Roughriders - Saturday, November 4, 2017 7:00 PM
655 Edmonton Eskimos +5 -110 Over 54 -110
656 Saskatchewan Roughriders -5 -110 Under 54 -110


Toronto Argonauts at British Columbia Lions - Saturday, November 4, 2017 10:00 PM
657 Toronto Argonauts pk +100 Over 52 -110
658 British Columbia Lions pk -120 Under 52 -110
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TIME Montreal Alouettes Hamilton Tiger-Cats
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TIME OVER UNDER
11/01 01:51 PM 53 -105 53 -105

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TIME Winnipeg Blue Bombers Calgary Stampeders
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TIME OVER UNDER
11/01 01:32 PM 53 -110 53 -110

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Heading into this final week of the CFL regular season, Ottawa took a big step towards claiming its second-straight East Division title last Friday with a 41-36 victory against Hamilton as a 6 -point home favorite. In Friday’s other CFL action, Saskatchewan ran all over Montreal 37-12, but it just missed covering against the spread as a huge 16.5-point home favorite.

Saturday’s slate started off with British Columbia getting past Winnipeg 36-27 as a 6 -point road underdog. Edmonton made it a 4-0 clean sweep for the underdogs ATS in Week 19 by pulling off a stunning 29-20 outright upset over Calgary as a three-point dog at home.

Friday, Nov. 03 2017

Montreal Alouettes (3-14 SU, 4-13 ATS) vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats (5-12 SU, 9-8 ATS)
Point-spread: Hamilton -12.5
Total: 53



Montreal has to be relieved to see this nightmare of a season finally come to an end. After starting out 2-2 both straight-up and against the spread, the Alouettes have only managed to win one more game over the past 15 weeks. The last time they covered a spread was in that early August victory against Toronto. The total has gone OVER in five of their last seven games.




Hamilton’s second-half spurt with a SU 5-4 record in its last nine games gives some hope for next season after a 0-8 start put an early end to this year’s title hopes. The Tiger-Cats have gone a profitable 7-2 ATS in their last nine games with the total going OVER in four of the last five contests. Jeremiah Masoli threw for 438 yards and four touchdowns in last week’s loss to Ottawa.



Winnipeg Blue Bombers (11-6 SU, 12-5 ATS) vs. Calgary Stampeders (13-3-1 SU, 9-7-1 ATS)
Point-spread: Calgary -9.5
Total: 53.5




Back-to-back losses to Toronto on the road and BC at home have created a three-team log-jam in the West for the second seed in the playoffs. Winnipeg does have the tie-breaker against the other two teams, but it still needs to win this game to lockup home field for the opening round. Injuries will make that task all the more harder, especially if quarterback Matt Nichols and running back Andrew Harris remain out of the lineup after going down in last week’s loss to the Lions.

It is hard to know what is going on with the CFL’s top team following Calgary’s recent losses to Saskatchewan at home and to Edmonton on the road. This snapped a record-103 games where the Stampeders were able two avoid posting two losses in a row. They have only managed to score a combined 27 points in those two defeats against a season scoring average of 30.5 points per game.


Saturday, November 04 2017

Edmonton Eskimos (11-6 SU, 7-10 ATS) vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders (10-7 SU, 10-7 ATS)
Point-spread: Saskachewan -5.5
Total: 54.5




It has been a wild ride for the Eskimos to this point in a season that started with a SU seven-game winning streak followed by six losses in a row. With last week’s upset against Calgary, they have now won their last four games SU while going 3-1 ATS. Mike Reilly has been near or at the top of the list in passing all season long with a CFL-high 5,536 yards and he has also led the way in touchdown passes with 30.

The Roughriders will try and end the season with a three-game winning streak both SU and ATS after beating Calgary on the road before last week’s win at home against Montreal. Saskatchewan has actually won four of its last five games SU with a 3-2 mark ATS. The total has stayed UNDER or ended as a PUSH in six of its last seven games.



Toronto Argonauts (8-9 SU, 7-10 ATS) vs. British Columbia Lions (7-10 SU, 6-10-1 ATS)
Point-spread: BC -1
Total: 52




Toronto is coming off a bye last week and with a win in this regular season finale it would lay claim to the East Division title and a first-round bye in the postseason. The Argonauts are 4-2 both SU and ATS in their last six games behind an offense that has averaged 31.7 points during this same span. Ricky Ray is second in the CFL in passing yards (5,205) and tied for fourth in touchdown throws (25).

The Lions are relegated to playing the role of spoiler after posting just their second SU win in their last 10 games following Saturday’s upset against Winnipeg. It was also just the second that BC covered the spread during this extended slide. Jonathon Jennings torched the Blue Bombers’ defensive secondary in that game with 408 yards passing and four touchdowns while completing 30 of his 40 passing attempts.
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this is a big game for Toronto not only to clinch the Division Title but also for a first week post season bye and Home Field

2nd place in the East will host a playoff game with a crossover team from the West Edmonton or Saskatchewan


now you have to ask yourself do I want to win this last game and butt heads with Winnipeg in a wildcard match, or do I sit my starters crossover and travel East to play Ottawa or Toronto in a Wildcard match.


this will be a revenge game for Edmonton in a week 10 home loss to Saskatchewan SSK 54 @ EDM 31 but remember Edmonton had 16 to 18 starters out to injuries.


comes down to which team they would rather face in the wildcard round (the West statistics wise was the stronger division) to move on to the Conference Final. and that I can't answer who knows what the coach have up their sleeve



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TIME Toronto Argonauts British Columbia Lions
11/01 04:54 PM PK -110 PK -110

position on Toronto pk (-110)





we have futures in play with Toronto 5 units (+485) to win East Division

and 1 unit ($1400) Grey Cup

looking at some possible hedging opportunities, could have two Western teams playing for the Grey Cup (hope not) so we will limit our risk just in case.
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two seperate western games two teams are fighting for that 2nd spot to host a home field wildcard game-- Winnipeg at Calgary, starting QB Matt Nichols out with a lower body injury and RB Andrew Harris had a concussion I'm told that Harris will play, QB will be Dan LeFevour over Dominique Davis that could change by game time

Winnipeg is 11-6 22 points and 5-4 10 pts vs West Winnipeg won season series vs Edmonton 2-0

as mentioned earlier Edmonton fighting for the 2nd spot to host a home field wildcard game with Winnipeg, Eskimos have been getting healthier


Edmonton 11-6 22 points but lost season series vs Winnipeg and Edmonton is 4-5 8 pts vs the west


both Winnipeg and Edmonton have lot to play for here, unless Winnipeg an Edmonton both lose their games and that will put Saskatchewan in for a three way tie with 22 points and then it will be decided by season series wins etc and the bottom team will crossover travel East.
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Good stuff my friend... Should be a interesting final week before the playoffs begin... Good Luck!!
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TIME Toronto Argonauts British Columbia
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TIME OVER UNDER
11/01 01:51 PM 52 -105 52 -105

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CFL Notes;

Winnipegs 23 win Friday night at Calgary 5 secures the 2nd spot in the standings giving Winnipeg a Home Field semi-final playoff game next week.

this sets up a very interseting scenerio for Saturdays tilt with Edmonton visiting Saskatchewan,with the Blue Bombers victory Friday night Winnipeg will host Edmonton or Saskatchewan for the West Semi-Final game.

Edmonton is 7-1-0 vs the Eastrn opponents Overall SU and 2-5-1 ATS and 5-3-0 OU w/+4.2573

on the Road vs Eastern Opponents; 3-1-0 SU and 2-1-1 ATS and 3-1-0 OU w/+5.3762

1) Home: vs Ottawa 23-21 win
2) Away: at Ottawa 27-20 win
3) Away: at Toronto 26-34 loss
4) Home: vs Toronto 30-27 win

vs Eastern playoff teams are 3-1-0 record

the other four victories came against Hamilton and Montreal which I will not count two pathetic teams but the Tiger-Cats did turn it around

if Edmonton finishes ahead of Saskatchewan they will face Winnipeg in the Western Semi-Final next week

Edmonton vs 4-5-0 vs Western opponents but vs Winnipeg Eskimos are;

1) Away: 26-33 loss
2) Home: 19-28 loss

vs Winnipeg season series are 0-2-0 record


Saskatchewan is vs Eastern opponents Overall; 6-2-0 SU and 5-3-0 ATS and 3-5-0 OU w/+7.875

on the Road vs Eastern Opponents are; 3-1-0 SU and 2-2-0 ATS and 0-4-0 OU w/+2.753



1) Home vs Toronto 38-27 win
2) Home vs Ottawa 18-17 win

vs Eastern playoff teams are 2-0-0 but both at Home where the Rough Riders have been about even with a 5-3-0 Home record and a 5-4-0 Away record

again the other four victories came against Hamilton and Montreal which I will not count.


Saskatchewan is also 4-5-0 vs Western opponents but vs Winnipeg is;

1) Home: 40-43 (OT) loss
2) Home: 38-24 win
3) Away: 28-48 loss

vs Winnipeg season series 1-2-0


Western Division teams are 29-9-1 vs the Eastern Opponents


so it comes down to where do you want to finish?

for Edmonton or Saskatchewan a 3rd place finish in the West will get you a Western Semi-Final game at Winnipeg and which team comes out victorious you will have to travel to cold snowy Calgary for the Conference championship and a berth to the Grey Cup in Ottawa


for Edmonton or Saskatchewan a 4th place finish Edmonton or Sakatchewan will crossing over and travelling to the East (all depending on the outcome of the Toronto at BC Lions game later Saturday night) playing Ottawa in a Eastern Semi-Final game if Toronto wins (wins division and a 1st week bye with home field hosting the Eastern division championship. against Edmonton or Saskatchewan or Ottwa

it the Argonauts lose at BC Lions then Ottawa will win the Eastern Division with a bye week and Home Field hosting the Eastern Division Championship and Toronto will have home field hosting Edmonton or Saskatchewan in a Easteren Semi-Final show down and the winner Edmonton or Saskatchewan or Toronto will travel to Ottawa for the Eastern Division Championship.



wow!!!

give me fucking Tylenol 3 sfter sorting through that post season scenerio!!!
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CFL week 20 recap;

we had 4 tickets in play all 4 tickets won

4-0-0 (+4.0) units

plus

a futures ticket w/ Toronto to win the Easteren Division 5 units (+485) cashed
for (+24.25) units


regular season

31-28-2 (+9.22) units

futures ticket (+24.25) units

total (+33.47) units

$100.00 player $3,347.00

$300.00 player $10,041.00

$500.00 player $16,735.00

$1000.00 player $33,470.00


onward to week 21 semi-finals

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