|Winnipeg v. Montreal OVER 47
|53 h 32 m
10 Unit Play. Take #441 OVER in Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. Montreal Alouettes (6 p.m., Sunday, November 19 FL+) 2023 Grey Cup. While Montreal's defense has been stout during their playoff run to the Grey Cup, stopping Winnipeg's #1 ranked scoring offense (33 ppg during the regular season) is a different story. Montreal's offense has perked up during the postseason as well, averaging 32.5 ppg. These two teams met back in August, and Winnipeg won 47-14, going well north of the total. This will be a fantastic Grey Cup to watch as there should be points aplenty, making the over the best bet.
|Edmonton Elks v. Toronto OVER 48.5
|8 h 24 m
10 Unit Play. Take 681 OVER 48 in Edmonton Elks @ Toronto Argonauts (7p.m., Friday, October 6 CBSSN) CFL TOTAL OF THE YEAR Toronto comes into this matchup with the highest-scoring offense in the CFL, averaging 32.9 ppg (Edmonton averages 20.6). These two tangled in June and combined for 74 points. In the last 18 games between the Elks and Args, the OVER is 13-5.
|Toronto v. Hamilton UNDER 51.5
|92 h 58 m
10-Unit Play. #691/692. Take Under in Toronto/Hamilton ( Monday at 1:00 pm) As per your selection the Under in this game between Toronto and Hamilton, we already know that these two teams have such a strong hate for one another and usually that means an extremely physical meeting when they hook up. The Argos have not forgotten about that 64-14 ass kicking the Ti-Cats gave them on their home ground in the season opener, so we expect the Argos defense to come out pissed off and ready to knock someone in the mouth. Offensively, we know the Argos are incapable of putting up any points, so for them to hang around in this game, they'll need to keep Hamilton off the scoreboard. Hamilton just slugged it out with BC for 60 minutes out West and now have to come home to take on a division rival. This is a tough spot for the team to be in and we don't expect Dane Evans to magically turn into a competent quarterback. We like the fact that the Under is 7-2 in the Argos last 9 games following a SU loss and the Under is also 4-0 in the Tiger-Cats last 4 games following a SU win and 5-1 in the TiCats last 6 games overall. Look, both teams traveled last week and now have to man up and be more emotionally invested in this game because of the rivalry. We just don't see it happening. We see a slow sluggish affair that will allow us to cash the ticket on the Under and bring our record to 13-0!
|BC v. Saskatchewan OVER 50
|53 h 12 m
10-Unit Play. #695/696. Take Over in BC vs Saskatchewan (Saturday at 7:00 pm)
Great 2-0 week last week in the CFL. This week we have one key play for you as we look to keep our unbeaten record alive in Week 6.
As per your selection on the over 50.5 in this game between BC and Saskatchewan, we believe this is the most opportune time to back the BC offense and we believe a breakout game is coming from Mike Reilly and Co. Look, there were a lot of exceptions coming into this season for BC, but they've failed to live up to them so far. We know what Reilly is capable when he's on and if the Lions want to avoid dropping to 1-5 on the season, they are going to need a big effort offensively to keep up with Saskatchewan considering the BC defense is giving up over 30 points per game. Saskatchewan comes into this game following a bye and this is a very important game for them at home, as they too will want to avoid falling to 1-4 on the season. The offense is still in good hands with Cody Fajardo calling the shots for the injured Zach Collaros. Fajardo has thrown for 945 yards and four touchdowns vs two interceptions. It should be noted that the Over has hit in 3 of the last 4 road games for BC and 6 of the last 7 games for Sask following a bye week. Plenty of you will think the under is the play given the recent struggles of both teams on offense, but we see a breakout team for both games in this spot. These two teams are desperate for a win and they are going to pull out all the stops to put points on the board. Take the over and let's push our run to a great 7-0.
|BC v. Toronto UNDER 55.5
|32 h 53 m
10-Unit Play. #693/694. Take Under in BC vs Toronto (Saturday at 7:00 pm).
We are going to be extremely selective in our approach for the first few weeks as we develop an understanding of each team. We look to keep our unbeaten record alive in Week 4.
As per your selection on the Under 56 points in this game between BC and Toronto, you have a Toronto team that has essentially picked up right where it left off last season and that is being atrocious on offense. The Argos have scored just 24 points in their first two games combined and now have to make a QB switch after James Franklin got injured in last week's loss to Saskatchewan. The Argos simply don't have any offensive weapons to take advantage of a BC defense who has been torched for 108 points in their 0-3 start. You have to expect the Lions pride to be on the line in this one and we expect their defense to show up in a big way and clamp down defensively. Offensively, the offense hasn't exactly meshed together like many hoped it would before the season started. Mike Reilly has thrown just four touchdowns against three interceptions in three games - so we don't see a sudden outburst from him and the rest of the offense against an Argos defense that was respectable last week. It should be noted that the under is 14-2 in the last 16 meetings in Toronto and 22-6 in the last 30. The Argos are 4-1 to the under in their last 5 games following a SU and ATS loss, while the Under is 8-3-1 in the Lions last 12 Saturday games. It's going to be hot in Toronto on Saturday night and this game is going to stay well under the inflated total.
|Edmonton v. Winnipeg UNDER 56.5
|6 h 28 m
7-Unit Play. #681/682. Take Under in Edmonton vs Winnipeg (Thursday at 8:25 pm). As per your selection on the Under 58 points in this game between Edmonton and Winnipeg, you have to admire the way Edmonton has started the season with a new QB in Trevor Harris who has tossed 6 touchdowns already and 741 yards to boot. At some point - those numbers are going to start to even out and we believe it's tonight as he goes up against a very good Winnipeg defense team who limited BC to just 23 points. This is going to be Edmonton's first road game of the season and they typically don't go as smoothly as the home games do. We wouldn't be shocked if it was the Eskimos' defense that comes to the forefront tonight and keeps them in the game. The Eskimos gave up just 202 yards of total offense against BC - so we know how good they can be. On the flip side, the Bombers have been off for a week - and with an extra week of preparation for the Edmonton offense, we believe they will limit Edmonton in this spot and hold them to their lowest output of the season. We like the fact that the under is 4-1-1 in the Eskimos last 6 road games, while it is also hit in 5-straight Bombers games following a bye week (great defensive preparation) and has hit in 5 of the last 7 Bomber games vs the West division. We believe this game is going to be much lower scoring than most people think, so we'll side opposite the public.