Article posted on Tuesday 12 December
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Thankful that Edmonton mashed Montreal on Canadian Thanksgiving Monday, thus slightly salvaging our brutal Week 16 selections, we dust ourselves off and dig into the Week 17 Canadian Football League action. 'Cappers receive a nice compact weekend schedule, with a doubleheader on Friday and Saturday, that begins on October 13, 2017, with Calgary in Hamilton for a 7:00 PM ET start.
Flying along, like people on the Fremont Street SlotZilla Zip Line in Vegas, five weeks remain on the Canadian Football League regular season slate. We were an early momentum swing from a perfect mark during Week 15 as we went 3-1 ATS and 4-0 SU. A monster price greets us to open Week 16, when Winnipeg vs Hamilton kicks off at 8:30 PM ET on October 6, 2017, at Investors Group Field.
Hitting the three-quarter-mile-pole, in the Grey Cup playoff race, CFL Week 15 has arrived. Apart from Calgary officially punching their postseason ticket, not very much has been decided yet. We posted 3-1 SU and juice leaking 2-2 marks during Week 14 as we aim to get on strong run down the stretch. Ottawa hosts Saskatchewan to get us rolling at 7:00 PM ET on Friday, September 28, 2017.