As one of the oldest and most successful franchises in Canada Football League history, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers exhibit great culture and tradition. The team has gone through a rough patch the last two and a half decades – in terms of Grey Cup victories – but no matter the success of the team, fans and bettors can be certain that once it hits June Winnipeg Blue Bombers odds will be ready and waiting.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers Next Game
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Schedule
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers Scores And Standings
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Bet On Winnipeg Blue Bombers Games
Taking their first snap over a four score – eighty years – ago, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are one of the oldest and most important CFL franchises.
Due to the fact they are located in central Canada, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers have a long history of flip-flopping divisions. The CFL introduced divisions in 1961 and since this adaptation, the Blue Bombers have changed divisions a record nine times. The most recent occurrence happened in 2014, when the City of Ottawa re-entered the CFL, sending the Blue Bombers back to the Western Division. There are some inherent benefits to switching divisions.
The Blue Bombers share a rivalry with most other CFL teams in part from the fact they have switched divisions on so many – as well as the size of the CFL and the franchise’s longevity. To pick their biggest rival is not much of a challenge as most fans of the team would quickly reply the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The two teams have battled it out hundreds of times, but in 2004 they started a Labour Day tradition called the Banjo Bowl. The Labour Day spectacle has provided football fans with what they love and carve; great, tight games and parity. Through the first twelve meetings in the series, the teams have split the games, winning six a piece.
Remember to pay attention to injuries, bye weeks and offseason roster changes before making any sufficient wagers. Injury reports will have the most immediate impacts on lines as the schedule and offseason roster changes and are known factors in advanced. Winnipeg’s climate can impact the game. Temperature variance from mid-July early season games to early November playoff games can be close to 40 degrees Celsius, which is quite the range and will have an impact on players – especially rookies and unfamiliar opponents.