Week 11 CFL Odds Preview
The Labor Day weekend games are now behind us and the season is now half over, as Week 11 odds and matchups are upon us.
In Week 10, Calgary won its sixth straight game and they showed they are THE team to beat crushing Edmonton 52-5. Hamilton won its fourth game in a row and they continue to climb up the East Division beating Toronto 28-13 at home.
Saskatchewan is in second place in the West and they won this last week beating Winnipeg at home 27-23. In the big upset of the week British Columbia kept their slim playoff hopes alive being Montreal, who is in first place in the East, 38-17 in Montreal.
Week 11 CFL Preview and Point Spreads
Calgary Stampeders at Edmonton Eskimos
Edmonton host Calgary and even though there is a lot of football to play the Eskimos are in last place and need to start winning, but that will be far from easy against a red hot Stampeders squad. Calgary QB Henry Burris has been playing well and the Edmonton defense has their work cut out for them, as they have struggled giving up the most points in the West Division this season. Calgary RB Joffrey Reynolds ranks second in the CFL in rushing yards (706) and that is not good for Edmonton, who are giving up an average of 154.4 rushing yards per game.
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Calgary is 4-8 ATS in its last 12 games on the road
Montreal Alouettes at Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Montreal looks to rebound from a home loss to British Columbia and even though they have scored the most points in the East they struggled against B.C. and they needed to score 2 late TD’s in the fourth quarter to not be embarrassed. Hamilton will need to play another good game on defense like they did last week in their win over Toronto when they held the Argonauts to only one TD.
Montreal is 2-4 ATS in its last 6 games on the road
Toronto Argonauts at BC Lions
Toronto is still in the race in the West, but QB Cleo Lemon has to forget the last game where he threw three interceptions and zero TD’s. B.C. scored the most shocking win beating Montreal on the road and they need to keep winning to keep their playoff hopes alive, as they trail Saskatchewan by eight points in the West. B.C. QB Casey Printers has to play well like he did last week going 14/28 for 235 yards and two TD’s. B.C. must stop Toronto RB Cory Boyd, who leads the CFL in rushing yards this season.
B.C. 1-5 ATS in its last 6 games
Saskatchewan Roughriders at Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Winnipeg is in last place in the East and has lost five games in a row and Saskatchewan is in second place in the West and is coming off a win. The Blue Bombers’ defense, which has given up the most points in the East, has to get to Roughriders QB Darian Durant, who leads the CFL in passing yards and threw for over 300 yards last week. Winnipeg RB Fred Reid ranks fourth in the CFL in rushing yards and he and QB Steven Jyles have to play well to end the Blue Bombers losing streak.
Saskatchewan is 1-6-1 SU in its last 8 games on the road