While the NHL and college football are beginning to enter their respective homestretches, the Canadian Football League is already there, beginning its playoffs today with a pair of interesting games. So far the CFL has been decent to us, as we enter today's action with a 21-15 record.
The Edmonton Eskimos host the Toronto Argonauts in the final CFL game on this week's schedule tonight. Edmonton is favored by 7 and the total on the game has been holding steady at 54.
So far, the CFL has been decent to us, as we're 20-14 on the season, which isn't anything I'll complain about.
The Calgary Stampeders find themselves tied for the largest favorite in the past 10 seasons of the Canadian Football League tonight, as they host the Montreal Alouettes. Calgary is favored by 17 and the total on the game is 49, as they go up against the offensively-challenged Alouettes.
The first game on the Canadian Football League schedule for Friday night is an interesting one, as the Saskatchewan Roughriders find themselves as 3-point favorites over the Trevor Harris-less Ottawa REDBLACKS. The total on the game is 50.
We fell to 18-13 in the Canadian Football League on Friday, taking the collar, as my post Hurricane Irma selections have been horrible in all sports, but looking to get things headed back in the right direction today.
The second game on the Canadian Football League schedule for Friday night is an interesting game between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the British Columbia Lions. The Lions are favored by 13 and the total is 51.5.
We'll jump back to the Canadian Football League, where we're sitting with an 18-11 record, as we get back to normal following our Hurricane Irma perils.
We improved to 17-11-1 in the CFL when Ottawa and Montreal stayed under the total in the first game of the week and now we'll jump to the final game of the week, as the Toronto Argonauts travel to Hamilton to face the Tiger-Cats. Toronto is favored by 4.5 and the total is 53.
We've labored a bit in the Canadian Football League lately and are now 16-11-1 on the season. Tonight, just one game on the CFL docket as Ottawa visits Montreal. The game is even and the total on the game is 52 after opening at 51.