Week 12 CFL Odds Preview
There are only seven more weeks in the regular season and the playoff picture is starting to become a little clearer. In week 11 Calgary looked good beating Edmonton 36-20, Montreal crushed Hamilton 27-6, B.C. beat Toronto 37-16, and Winnipeg embarrassed Saskatchewan 31-2.
Week 12 CFL Preview and Point Spreads
Bovada has Calgary as 2.5 point favorites in this game with a total of 55.5.
Calgary is on the longest winning streak in the league (7 in a row) and they have the best record in the league. Saskatchewan is coming off a loss and is in second place in the West Division and can make it likely they make the playoffs with a home win. The Saskatchewan defense will have to thwart a Calgary offense that has scored the most points in the league. Calgary will have to contain Roughriders’ QB Darian Durant, who leads the league in passing yards.
In an interesting trend for this game the total has gone Over in 5 of Calgary's last 5 games and the total has gone UNDER in 5 of Saskatchewan's last 5 games.
BC are the favorites in this game by 4 points at Bovada with a total of 50.5.
Hamilton is coming off a loss and is tied with Toronto for second in the East Division while BC is in third in the West six points behind Saskatchewan and a win this weekend is important for them. Tiger-Cats’ QB Kevin Glenn ranks second in the league in passing yards and he ha to play well against a BC defense that only gave up 16 points last week. On top of that Hamilton only scored 6 points and they will need to break out of their offensive slump.
BC is 2-5 ATS in its last 7 games and the total has gone Under in 4 of Hamilton's last 5 games
Bovada has Toronto as the slight 1-point favorite in this game with a total of 52.5.
Toronto has lost three straight and is now tied with Hamilton for second place in the East. Their defense has really been struggling and last week they gave up 37 points. Luckily they will be facing a Blue Bombers’ offense that is also struggling and only scored two points in last week’s loss.
Montreal are the big 12.5 point favorite in this game at Bovada with a total of 53.
Montreal won last week and is in first place in the East with a four-point lead over Hamilton and Toronto. Edmonton is in last place in the West and they have lost two games in a row. This is not a good match up for the Eskimos, who have scored the fewest points and given up the most points in the CFL this season. For Edmonton to have any chance to win this game they will have to play great defense and not allow QB Anthony Calvillo and RB Avon Cobourne to have big games.
Edmonton is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games.
Montreal is 4-2 in their last 6 games when playing Edmonton.