We closed out the regular season with a win and now it's time to focus our attention on the Canadian Football League playoffs, which will get underway on Sunday, Nov. 11, with two games; British Columbia at Hamilton and Winnipeg at Saskatchewan.
As I present various CFL systems during the course of the season, I do try and give methods that are relevant for the upcoming week. The Away Underdog System that I wrote about earlier today does have one game that meets the criteria, which I'll touch upon in the daily CFL write-ups, as does this one.
Even though the Canadian Football League and CFL are two completely different beasts, there are some situational spots that work in both leagues.
A look at selected season win totals for the 2018 Canadian Football League season.
Opening power ratings for the 2018 Canadian Football League.
It's time for some football north of the border, as the Canadian Football League season kicks-off Thursday night, so we'll be spending plenty of time on the CFL the next few days to get you up to speed, beginning with the odds to win the Grey Cup. As you'll see, the 2018 CFL season is predicted to be wide open, with a number of teams given a decent chance of walking away with the CFL championship.
The Super Bowl of the Canadian Football League takes place this evening, as the Calgary Stampeders and Toronto Argonauts face off in the 105th Grey Cup. The Stampeders are favored by 7 (-120) and the total on the game is 53.5
The Stampederes are favored by 5 and the total on this one is 52. Who you like in this game will pretty much be determined by how much stock you put in Calgary's three-game slide to end the season after they had wrapped up the West title and home field throughout the playoffs.
The first game on the CFL playoff schedule Sunday is an interesting game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Toronto Argonauts, as the two are battling for a spot in the Grey Cup. The game opened even but the Argonats are now favored by 3 and the total is 53.