Article posted on Monday 12 November - 21:07 EST
The road to the 2018 CFL Grey Cup continues on Sunday, November 18th with the eastern and western division finals. After a big win over the Lions, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats travel to meet the division-leading Redblacks in Ottawa. Out west, the CFL-best Calgary Stampeders host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, who overcame a 53-year curse to finally win a playoff game in Regina. Sports betting sites
show the Stampeders as favorites, but the Blue Bombers resilience make them an attractive underdog to win the west.
Article posted on Monday 05 November - 08:38 EST
It was a photo finish to wrap the 2018 CFL season, but we finally have our final six teams. Calgary and Ottawa lead the pack as the conference winners as they head into the playoffs with an automatic bid in the conference finals. Winnipeg and Saskatchewan, two powerhouse western teams will clash in the Western semis while a cross-conference match pits BC against Hamilton in the East. We break it down.
Article posted on Thursday 04 October - 08:39 EDT
While I feel the number in Montreal is too high for a home underdog there are other profitable options for online sports bettors in Week 17 CFL action.
Article posted on Wednesday 03 October - 12:53 EDT
Just like turkey and apple pie, Canadians get a healthy dose of excellent CFL betting lines
on Thanksgiving, with four great games on the weekend – including a doubleheader on Monday. The games all matter this weekend, even for the teams out of the playoffs. No spot is final in the standings and just a few points separate most teams. Check out our predictions for every game in Week 17.
Article posted on Friday 07 September - 09:04 EDT
It's the midway mark of the 2018 CFL season and as Grey Cup odds would have it, the usual suspects are once again the Calgary Stampeders. The league-leading Stamps are putting on another clinic as they are now way ahead according to bookmakers. But as the previous Grey Cups have proven, the regular season means nothing. The Stamps could finally cash out or it could be another underdog.
Article posted on Sunday 17 June - 18:47 EDT
Great White North football fans have a leg up on our neighbours to the South as the Canadian Football League leaps out of the starting gate on June 14, 2018. The new season comes with changes as the race to the 106th Grey Cup will encompass a 21 week regular season. Wagering on the CFL, at top Canada facing sportsbooks, requires some strategies which are uniquely Canadian.
Article posted on Wednesday 13 June - 13:13 EDT
Stacked again, as it has been for the past few seasons, the Canadian Football League West Division is home to several Grey Cup contenders. One look at the Bodog futures betting board confirms that as four of the top five favorites play west of Ontario. Will Calgary or Edmonton claim the Cup on Province soil? Can Winnipeg, Saskatchewan or BC rise up? The West battle is going to be brilliant.
Article posted on Tuesday 12 June - 13:02 EDT
Embarking on a long journey, to the 106th Grey Cup Championship, a new Canadian Football League season begins when Winnipeg hosts Edmonton on June 14, 2018. Checking CFL Championship futures, at CSB top ranked online sportsbooks, Toronto and Hamilton are early mid-favorites while Ottawa and Montreal are big underdogs. Here we look at the title chances for each team.
Article posted on Monday 11 June - 23:36 EDT
Hope springs eternal as all nine CFL squads have a 0-0 slate. What a better time to forecast the Canadian Football League season than prior to Opening Night, on June 14, 2018, when Winnipeg hosts Edmonton to get the 18 week regular season underway. Here we look at the inaugural Media Poll that was recently conducted and released at the official CFL.ca site. We have differing opinions.
Article posted on Friday 16 February - 09:36 EST
Late in 2017, several reports broke out of a potential tenth CFL team by way of Atlantic Canada namely Halifax. This proposed expansion team has since started gaining steam with a social media campaign and several team designs. It may take a more intensive process with plenty of roadblocks, but like the Ottawa REDBLACKS, the CFL will eventually come to Atlantic Canada. We break down how this affects the league.
Article posted on Tuesday 23 January - 22:12 EST
Three months into the CFL offseason and we have our first pair of league-shaking headliners: the Hamilton Tiger-Cats traded quarterback Zach Collaros to the Saskatchewan Roughriders while they courted former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. It's a bold move and we break down how these quarterback changes potentially affect both teams and conferences and if "Johnny Football" has what it takes to make it in the CFL.
Article posted on Wednesday 13 December - 20:48 EST
An exciting season of Canadian Football League betting action has drawn to a close. A journey that began when Montreal hosted Saskatchewan, on June 22, 2017, ended on Grey Cup Sunday in Ottawa. Congratulations to the Toronto Argonauts who weathered the storm to claim the 105th CFL Championship with a victory over the Calgary Stampeders. Here we review the season that was.
Article posted on Tuesday 12 December - 11:16 EST
CFL Grey Cup Futures odds are out and it's a both surprising and predictable to see Calgary as the favourite. The Stamps dominated the 2017 regular season to the tune of a 13-4-1 record finishing first in defence and second in offence. But none of that mattered when they dropped their second consecutive Grey Cup to another inferior team. Will the Stamps finally get past choking?
Article posted on Saturday 25 November - 13:35 EST
Grey Cup Sunday is now one sleep away! Following nine preseason contests, 81 regular season battles, plus four playoff matches, Calgary and Toronto are the last two teams left standing. Winners of West and East Division Finals, the Stampeders vs Argonauts CFL Championship clash hits center stage at 6:30 PM ET on November 26, 2017, at a sold out TD Place Stadium in Ottawa, Canada.
Article posted on Saturday 18 November - 11:46 EST
Following a pair of blowouts, during the Canadian Football League Semi-Finals, CFL Division Final Sunday is upon us. These are the final two matchups prior to the Grey Cup and both contests are very intriguing. First, Saskatchewan visits Toronto at BMO Field for a 1:00 PM ET kickoff and then McMahon Stadium is the venue for Calgary versus Edmonton at 4:30 PM ET on November 19, 2017.
Article posted on Friday 10 November - 05:12 EST
Welcome to the Canadian Football League playoff party! The race to claim Grey Cup 105 begins with Semi-Final Sunday this weekend. Calgary crashing to three straight defeats opens a window of opportunity for the other five contenders. Saskatchewan visiting Ottawa at 1:00 PM ET and Winnipeg hosting Edmonton at 4:30 PM ET on November 12, 2017, gets the postseason off to a roaring start.
Article posted on Friday 03 November - 21:42 EDT
Our journey through the Canadian Football League regular season, that began 135 days ago, has come full circle as Week 20 is upon us. Along the way, we have strived to bring bettors the best possible wagering advice every week. A four match slate, that starts slow and gains momentum, begins at 7:00 PM ET with Hamilton hosting Montreal on November 3, 2017, at Tim Hortons Field.
Article posted on Friday 27 October - 18:18 EDT
Heading into the homestretch, there are now just eight games left on the CFL regular season schedule. Though we are nearing the end, there are important contests still to be played. Friday and Saturday doubleheaders are featured in Week 19 that opens with Hamilton visiting Ottawa at 7:00 PM ET on October 27, 2017. The Tiger-Cats are looking to play a spoilers role vs the Redblacks.
Article posted on Friday 20 October - 05:39 EDT
Winding towards its conclusion, with twelve contests left on the slate, Week 18 of the Canadian Football League season has arrived. Playoff positioning is on the line during the four games that are spread out over three days. The action begins with the Stampeders and Roughriders renewing their bitter rivalry feud at 9:00 PM ET on October 20, 2017, at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta.