The CFL’s Eastern Division is where some the league’s oldest members due battle with some of its newest ones. While some of its teams have come and gone and comeback again, the rivalries have survived and stood the test of time. With a history dating back over 140 years, the Toronto Argonauts are one of North America’s oldest professional sports teams. During most of that time they have done battle with their neighbours to the west, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Their Labour Day tilt is always a highlight on the schedule.
Football fans in Ottawa are back in the fold with the Redblacks and the division is rounded out with the the Montreal Alouettes.
Odds On CFL East Games
There’s no shortage of choice for wagering action across the Eastern Division. We have all the latest lines and odds for games involving the Argos, Ticats, Als or Redblacks. There’s options for playing straight up, against the spread or over/under. Just remember to look at the injury reports and the weather forecast before making your picks. A backup QB or wind and rain can put a damper on your team’s and your plans.
CFL East Scores And Standings
The East is home to some of the league’s biggest markets as well as its newest stadiums. While Ottawa and Hamilton have already christened their new homes for a couple of seasons now, Toronto kicks off the year in its new digs at BMO Field. To see which team has the home field advantage (as well as success on the road) check HERE each and every week to check the standings.
|2||British Columbia Lions||7||5||2||220||181|
|4||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||6||4||2||202||209|
Bet On CFL East Games
From the balmy summer evenings to the first hints of winter on a weekend afternoon there are all sorts of scenarios for the CFL’s Eastern teams. Add to the mix a heated Labour Day tilt between Hamilton and Toronto and inter-city rivalries that go beyond football thought the division and the big field promises big action each and every week.
If the regular season isn’t enough for you, come playoff time there’s the Eastern semi-final and Eastern final. You can get in on the action as the team’s due battle to decide which one represents the division at the Grey Cup. Ottawa and Hamilton have both won the division in recent years, but it has been awhile since either team lifted the trophy. Both are motivated to end those droughts and get one over on Toronto and Montreal. Whoever you feel like backing there are odds and betting lines for you all season long from several sources online.