Article posted on Thursday 17 August
Rolling along at warp speed, welcome to Week 9 everyone as we have reached the halfway point of the Canadian Football League season. This weeks games complete the CFL first half and our biggest takeaway so far is how good the West is and how bad the East is. Half-mile post action begins with Edmonton visiting Winnipeg at 8:30 PM ET on August 17, 2017, at Investors Group Field.
Ferrari or Ford Pinto? Football bettors have a choice similar to that this week as CFL Week 8 action is up against the first full slate of NFL X-Games. The choice is simple in our eyes as we will stick to wagering on contests that matter rather than matches that will feature fourth-stringers. Bigger balls start to soar when Ottawa hosts Edmonton at 7:30 PM ET on August 10, 2017, at TD Place Stadium.
Article posted on Tuesday 08 August
Popular video games like Madden NFL and NBA 2K offer a way for fans to live out their championship dreams through interactive media. These games also serve as a marketing platform for the NFL and NBA, spreading the gospel of sport through digital means. When Canuck Play president David Winter approached the Canadian Football League with a plan for Canadian Football 2017, he didn’t expect the league to respond with aggressive disinterest in a product that would benefit everyone involved in the CFL.
Wow! Time is flying by in the blink of an eye eh? Week 7 of the CFL schedule is upon us and we are heading into the second third of the season. Two things have remained constant during the first 25 contests - the West is the best and the East has the least. Calgary visiting Toronto opens the action on Thursday when the Stampeders and Argonauts battle at 7:30 PM ET on August 3, 2017.
Another fantastic week of Canadian Football League betting excitement has arrived. After a five-match Week 5 - we are back to the standard four-game slate as we complete the first third of the 2017 CFL schedule. Thursday Night Football opens Week 6 as Montreal is in Winnipeg for a 8:30 PM ET kickoff at Investors Group Field on July 27, 2017. Let’s preview and predict the battles.
Looking to build on a winning Week 4 pick package, that always-strange part of the CFL schedule is upon us as Week 5 action features a five-contest-slate. Stumbling out of the starting gate, with a 0-3-1 record, defending Champion Ottawa gets the short end of the stick as the Redblacks play two games over six days. Montreal visits the Nation's Capital at 7:30 PM ET on July 19, 2017.
Week 4 of the Canadian Football League season is upon us! Twelve contests are now in the books, during the race to Grey Cup 105, and our main takeaway is the West is best while the East have the least. We endured a very rough ride during Week 3 action but that can happen in the sometimes unpredictable CFL. Week 4 opens with Toronto visiting Winnipeg at 8:30 PM ET on July 13, 2017.
Time flies when you're having fun eh? Week 3 of the Canada Football League season is upon us as we aim to build on the 4-0 straight up and 2-2 against the spread records we posted last week. We have another exciting four game CFL slate that opens with the British Columbia Lions vs Montreal Alouettes contest at 7:30 PM ET on July 6, 2017, at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium in Québec.
Happy 150th Canada Day Weekend and welcome to Week 2 of the CFL season. Our Week 1 picks were 2-2 as we won with Edmonton and Saskatchewan but lost with Calgary and Hamilton. Here are our predictions as Week 2 kicks off in Calgary when Act III of the Stampeders vs Ottawa Redblacks recent rivalry goes at 9:00 PM ET on July 29, 2017, at McMahon Stadium in the Stampede City.
Welcome to the 2017 Canadian Football League season! Another exciting 23 weeks of bigger balls and longer fields is finally upon us. Thursday, Friday and Saturday games will be common in the Great White North during most of the regular season this year. Saskatchewan is in Montreal for a 7:30 PM ET Opening Night Kickoff at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium in Quebec on June 22, 2017.