Despite gloom and doom on the labor front, we are confident that the Canadian Football League owners and players will reach a compromise and footballs will be flying in time for the CFL regular season kickoff on June 26, 2014. With that in mind, let’s look at the futures odds to win the 2014 Grey Cup Championship posted at the Sportsbetting.ag sportsbook.
West Division leads the CFL with top three Grey Cup favorites
If the bookmakers at SportsBetting.ag are correct, chances of the Grey Cup heading East this season are slim and none. That’s because the British Columbia Lions, Calgary Stampeders, and Saskatchewan Roughriders are the top three chalk teams to capture the 2014 CFL Championship. Defending their 2013 title is going to be difficult for Saskatchewan as Grey Cup MVP Korey Sheets has jumped ship to join the NFL Oakland Raiders. That leaves Stamps RB Jon Cornish as the best back in the CFL – a solid reason to back Calgary as Grey Cup Champions.
Sportsbetting.ag CFL Futures Betting Board: East Division lacks punch
Montreal and Toronto, perennial Grey Cup contenders, have taken a back seat to Hamilton as the Tiger-Cats are the first team from the East Division to hit the betting board at the sportsbetting.ag online sportsbook. There’s a lot of change happening in the East as the Alouettes lost All Star QB Anthony Calvillo to retirement and Henry Burris left Hamilton to join the Ottawa RedBlacks expansion franchise. That leaves Argonauts QB Ricky Ray as the most experienced carryover pivot in the East. We can’t see any of the East squads challenging the power in West. CSB Grey Cup Call: Ride the Stampeders with a 250 unit wager at the Sportsbetting.ag online sportsbook.
Sportsbetting.ag Futures Odds To Win The 2014 CFL Grey Cup
NHL Bonus Bet: New York can polish off Montreal and advance to the Stanley Cup Finals with a victory at Madison Square Garden tonight. Not many netminders rebound better than Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist and we see a Blueshirts win in the Big Apple. Wager 750 units on the New York puck line at sportsbetting.ag.
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