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#314639 - 06/23/16 10:17 AM CFL Week 1
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The season begins tonight. Enjoy the games this year and be sure to check out the CFL Expert selections area.
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#314640 - 06/23/16 10:18 AM Re: CFL Week 1 [Re: FREAK]
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CFL Week 1

Not a lot to go on early in the CFL season, but we'll do what we can..........

Hamilton @ Toronto-- TiCats won eight of last ten games with Toronto; they were 4-0 vs Argonauts LY, nipping Argos 25-22 (-2) at home in playoffs, kicking FG on last play of game. Under is 10-3 in Hamilton's last 13 season openers, 23-9 in Toronto's last 32. Over is 7-3 in last ten series games, 6-2 in TiCats' last eight visits here.

Montreal @ Winnipeg-- Blue Bombers won five of last six games with Montreal, winning 24-16/25-23 in last two played here. Winnipeg covered 11 of last 16 series games. Under is 29-13 in Montreal's last 42 games, 16-6 in their last 22 road games. Under is 11-4-1 in Bombers' last 16 games, 6-1-1 in their last eight at home.

Ottawa @ Edmonton-- Eskimos beat Ottawa 26-20 in Grey Cup LY, scoring winning TD with 3:22 left; RedBlacks had gotten there in their second year of existence. Edmonton is 5-0 vs Ottawa, with three wins by 11+ points- four of the five games stayed under the total. Teams met in Weeks 2-3 LY, then never met again until the Grey Cup. Ottawa lost its two visits here 27-11/46-17.

Calgary @ BC Lions-- Calgary won last three games vs British Columbia, winning all three games vs Lions LY by 12-21-26 points. Stampeders won 33-16/28-7 in their last two visits here- they are 20-8-1 vs spread in last 29 series games, 11-3 in last 14 played here. Calgary covered seven of last ten season openers; under is 8-3-1 in their last 12 games overall.
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#314641 - 06/23/16 10:18 AM Re: CFL Week 1 [Re: FREAK]
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Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Toronto Argonauts (-4.5, 52.5)

The Toronto Argonauts host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to kick off the 2016 CFL season Thursday. Hamilton won all three regular-season meetings with Toronto last year, outscoring the Argonauts 111-57 and scoring at least 34 points in each game.

Toronto is pinning its hopes on the return of a healthy Ricky Ray, who missed 15 games last year with shoulder issues, as the Argonauts let promising quarterback Trevor Harris walk away in free agency after he led the league with 33 touchdown passes in 2015. The Tiger-Cats won eight of their first 11 games before star quarterback Zach Collaros tore his ACL on Sept. 19, and they eventually fell short of their third straight Grey Cup appearance following a 35-28 defeat to the Ottawa Redblacks in the East Division final. Hamilton starts the season without Collaros as he continues rehabbing his right knee, and there is no set date for his return. The Tiger-Cats dropped 11 consecutive season openers and hope to record a Week 1 victory for the first time since beating the BC Lions 38-36 in 2004.

TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPNews, TSN

LINE HISTORY: The Agros opened as 4-point favorites at home for their first regular season game at BMO Field. The line moved slightly futher in their direction up to -4.5. The total opened at 53 and came down slightly to 52.5.

ABOUT THE TIGER-CATS (2015: 11-9): Free agent acquisition Chad Owens, who spent six seasons with the Argonauts, is set to make his regular-season debut for his new team after catching five passes for 98 yards and a touchdown in a 42-25 preseason victory over Ottawa on June 17. Former Oregon Ducks quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, who passed for a career-high 349 yards in the playoff loss to the Redblacks, beat out Jeff Mathews for the starting job after a strong showing in training camp. "Jeremiah will be our starter," Hamilton coach Kent Austin told reporters. "He has a calmness about him that I think influences his teammates."

ABOUT THE ARGONAUTS (2015: 10-9): Wide receiver Tori Gurley looks to build on a sensational rookie year after catching 58 passes for 791 yards and matched a league high with 10 touchdowns in 2015. Toronto added former Hamilton stalwarts Bryan Hall and Justin Hickman during the offseason to solidify the defensive line following Tristan Okpalaugo's departure to the NFL, while kicker Lirim Hajrullahu takes over from Swayze Waters, who joined the Carolina Panthers. "I like our team," Toronto coach Scott Milanovich told reporters. "Health is always an issue but going into the season I'm pleased where we are at."

TRENDS:

* Tiger-Cats are 2-8 ATS in their last 10 Thursday games.
* Argonauts are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games overall.
* Under is 17-4 in Tiger-Cats last 21 games in June.
* Tiger-Cats are 6-0 ATS in their last 6 meetings.
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#314676 - 06/24/16 02:34 AM Re: CFL Week 1 [Re: FREAK]
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CFL's teams against the spread (2015)

1. Ottawa RedBlacks 12-6 ATS
2. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 11-7 ATS
2. Edmonton Eskimos 11-7 ATS
4. Toronto Argonauts 9-9 ATS
5. B.C. Lions 8-9-1 ATS
6. Montreal Alouettes 8-10 ATS
6. Calgary Stampeders 8-10 ATS
6. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 8-10 ATS
9. Saskatchewan Roughriders 5-12-1 ATS

CFL's best Over bets (2015)

1. Saskatchewan Roughriders 12-6
2. B.C. Lions 10-8
3. Ottawa RedBlacks 10-8

CFL's best Under bets (2015)

1. Calgary Stampeders 12-5-1
2. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 12-6
3. Montreal Alouettes 12-6

Best betting trends from 2015

* Dogs 44-35-1 ATS (55.7 percent)
* Home dogs 13-9 ATS (59.1 percent)
* Unders 47-38 (55.3 percent)
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#314677 - 06/24/16 02:35 AM Re: CFL Week 1 [Re: FREAK]
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Montreal Alouettes at Winnipeg Blue Bombers (-2, 49)

The Montreal Alouettes look to bounce back from a turbulent 2015 campaign when they hit the road to face the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the season opener for both teams Friday. Montreal fired coach Tom Higgins after a 3-5 start but the move failed to have the desired effect as the Alouettes dropped seven of their next 10 games to miss the playoffs for the first time in 20 years.

Montreal hopes the return of big-play wide receiver Duron Carter, who spent a year on the Indianapolis Colts' practice squad, and the addition of speedy slotback Kenny Stafford can energize a sluggish offence which finished last in passing yards at 225 per game. Winnipeg lost six of its final seven games to miss the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. The Blue Bombers' top brass made it a priority to strengthen the team in the offseason and Winnipeg will boast 11 new starters opening night including hometown hero Andrew Harris, who rushed for 1,039 yards and eight touchdowns with the BC Lions in 2015. "I really want to be a part of changing things around here and I want to be part of a championship team," Harris told reporters. "I want to do something big for this city and be a part of something that is huge."

TV: 8:30 p.m ET, TSN, RDS, ESPN2

LINE HISTORY: The home side Blue Bombers opened as 3-point chalk, but have been bet don to -2. Meanwhile, the total opened at 49.5 and that has been bet down to 49.

ABOUT THE ALOUETTES (2015: 6-12): Veteran quarterback Kevin Glenn assumes the starting role after coming over from the Saskatchewan Roughriders just before the trade deadline last season while Rakeem Cato, who threw for 2,167 yards and nine touchdowns in 12 appearances for Montreal in 2015, will be the backup. "It's always better when you come in at the beginning than getting traded with three games left in the season," Glenn told reporters. "You go through training camp to get to know the receivers and how they run their routes." Tyrell Sutton won last season's rushing title with 1,059 yards while Stefan Logan set franchise records by racking up 1,168 yards in kickoff returns and 1,073 yards on punt returns.

ABOUT THE BLUE BOMBERS (2015: 5-13): Free agent acquisitions Weston Dressler and Ryan Smith, who combined to catch 129 passes for 1,932 yards and 13 touchdowns with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2015, were signed to bolster a receiving corps that struggled to make big plays last season. Quarterback Drew Willy threw for 1,434 yards and eight touchdowns in the first seven games before suffering a season-ending knee injury against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in August, but has recovered fully and will be the starter in the opener. Justin Medlock, who is the most accurate field goal kicker in CFL history at 87.5 percent, was signed in the offseason to fix the team's kicking woes after former kicker Lirim Hajrullahu missed 10 field goals in 2015.

TRENDS:

* Alouettes went 1-6 ATS in their last seven games at the end of last season.
* Blue Bombers are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games in Week 1.
* Under is 18-3 in Alouettes last 21 games in June.
* Under went 6-1-1 in Blue Bombers last eight home games at the end of last season.
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#314780 - 06/25/16 01:03 PM Re: CFL Week 1 [Re: FREAK]
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Ottawa RedBlacks (10-8 SU, 9-9 ATS) vs. Edmonton Eskimos (14-4 SU, 11-7 ATS)
Point-spread: Edmonton -6 Ĺ
Total: 53

Game Overview

Ottawa will look to avenge its heart-breaking 26-20 loss to the Eskimos is last seasonís Grey Cup title game as seven-point underdogs in what was an incredible run as a second-year expansion team. Now that the bar has been raised so high in just their third season as the RedBlacks, it will be hard to sneak up on anyone let alone the 2016 league champs.

The Eskimos will begin the defense of last seasonís title with Jason Mass at the helm as head coach. The former CFL quarterback comes over from Ottawa where he was the offensive coordinator. With Mike Reilly as his starting quarterback and a healthy Chris Getzlaf back in the lineup at wide receiver, this offense should be able to pick up where it left off as one of the top scoring units in the league.

Betting Trends

Ottawa is still looking for its first SU win against Edmonton in five games as the expansion RedBlacks. They are 2-3 ATS in those five meetings and the total has stayed UNDER in four of those games.
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#314781 - 06/25/16 01:04 PM Re: CFL Week 1 [Re: FREAK]
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Calgary Stampeders (14-4 SU, 8-10 ATS) vs. British Columbia Lions (7-11 SU, 8-9-1 ATS)
Point-spread: Calgary -3
Total: 48

Game Overview

Calgary opens the season as a road favorite and it will have a new face in the ground game with Jerome Messam taking over the reins from Jon Cornish, who retired following an injury-plagued 2015 season. The Stampeders also added a key piece to the puzzle on defense with the addition of linebacker Taylor Reed from Hamilton. Team GM John Hufnagel has handed the head coaching duties over to Dave Dickinson after serving as the teamís offensive coordinator.

The Lions also have a new head coach at the helm after team GM Wally Buono decided to add those duties to his plate. As GM he was able to resign wide receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux as a vital part of BCís passing game and he also added wide receiver Nick Moore as a free agent from Winnipeg. The Lions will be tested right out of the gate after losing to Calgary SU three times last season (1-2 ATS).

Betting Trends

Calgary has been a great bet on the road against the Lions with an 11-3 record ATS in the last 14 meetings in BC. The total has stayed UNDER in three of the last five games between these two West Division rivals.
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