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    Week 8



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    Trend Report
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    Thursday, August 10


    7:30 PM
    EDMONTON vs. OTTAWA
    Edmonton is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Edmonton's last 5 games when playing on the road against Ottawa
    The total has gone OVER in 7 of Ottawa's last 9 games at home
    Ottawa is 3-5-1 SU in its last 9 games ,at home




    Friday, August 11

    7:30 PM
    TORONTO vs. MONTREAL
    Toronto is 1-8 SU in its last 9 games on the road
    Toronto is 2-4 ATS in its last 6 games when playing Montreal
    Montreal is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 14 of Montreal's last 21 games at home




    Saturday, August 12

    7:30 PM
    WINNIPEG vs. HAMILTON
    Winnipeg is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games when playing on the road against Hamilton
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Winnipeg's last 6 games when playing Hamilton
    Hamilton is 0-5 SU in its last 5 games at home
    Hamilton is 3-11-1 ATS in its last 15 games




    Sunday, August 13

    8:00 PM
    BRITISH COLUMBIA vs. SASKATCHEWAN
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of British Columbia's last 6 games when playing on the road against Saskatchewan
    The total has gone UNDER in 9 of British Columbia's last 12 games when playing Saskatchewan
    Saskatchewan is 3-6 ATS in its last 9 games
    Saskatchewan is 2-7 SU in its last 9 games


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    Week 8



    Edmonton (6-0) @ Ottawa (1-5-1)— None of Ottawa’ five losses are by more than four points; underdogs are 5-2 vs spread in their games this season, with four of last five staying under total. Eskimos (-6) nipped Ottawa 23-21 at home five weeks ago, outrushing RedBlacks 113-59- they were 0-3 vs Ottawa LY, losing by 3-12 in two visits here. Last three Edmonton games went over total; only one of their six wins is by more than five points. Eskimos are 2-0 on road, with both wins by FG, at BC/Hamilton. Ottawa is 1-2-1 at home, losing by 1 to Toronto, 3 to Winnipeg.


    Toronto (3-4) @ Montreal (2-4)— Argonauts allowed 79 points in losing last two games; they’re 1-2 on road, losing 33-25 at Winnipeg, 38-27 in Regina. Three of their last four games went over. Montreal is 6-4 in its last ten games vs Toronto; visitors are 10-3 in last 13 series games, despite going 0-2 in LY’s games. Under is 6-1 in last seven series games. Alouettes had last week off; they lost four of last five games, are 2-1 at home, beating Saksatchewan/Calgary by 1-7, losing 23-16 to BC. Under is 4-2 in Montreal games so far this season.


    Winnipeg (4-2) @ Hamilton (0-6)— TiCats have new DC after 33-28 loss in Edmonton LW; they are 0-2 at home, losing 41-26 to BC, 31-28 to Edmonton. Hamilton’s last five games went over total; they’re 1-4-1 vs spread in all games. Teams split last six meetings, with Bombers winning both games LY; they won two of last three visits here- under is 6-2 in last eight series games. Winnipeg won three of last four games; they’re 2-1 at home, with wins by 8-1 points, and 29-10 loss to Calgary. Last four Bomber games went over the total.


    BC Lions (5-2) @ Saskatchewan (2-4)— Roughriders (+7) lost 30-15 in Vancouver LW, their 7th loss in row vs Lions— BC won its last four visits to Regina, by 13-3-13-18 points. Lions gained 547 yards LW in game that was 22-0 after 3rd quarter. Saskatchewan is 2-1 at home, with only loss in OT to Winnipeg- favorites covered all three of their home tilts, all of which went over the total. Lions are 4-0 vs spread if they allow 26 or less points, 0-3 if they allow 30+; BC is 3-1 on road, with only loss 37-26 in Edmonton. BC is only team in CFL not to have its bye yet.


    Favorites vs spread for season: 14-14-1
    over/under: 16-13
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    Week 8



    Thursday, August 10



    Edmonton @ Ottawa


    Game 371-372
    August 10, 2017 @ 7:30 pm


    Dunkel Rating:
    Edmonton
    109.741
    Ottawa
    119.228
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Ottawa
    by 9 1/2
    59
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Ottawa
    by 2
    55 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Ottawa
    (-2); Over



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    Thursday, August 10



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    Thursday's CFL Betting Preview and Odds: Eskimos at RedBlacks
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    Mike Reilly threw for 317 yards and accounted for four touchdowns against Hamilton to extend his touchdown passing streak to 16 regular-season games, which is tied for the longest in franchise history.


    Edmonton Eskimos at Ottawa RedBlacks (-2, 55.5)


    The Edmonton Eskimos look to keep their perfect record intact when they hit the road to take on the Ottawa RedBlacks on Thursday. The Eskimos held off the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 33-28 on Friday to improve to 6-0 for the first time since 1961 and hope to continue their winning ways by sweeping the season series with the RedBlacks following a 23-21 victory July 14.


    Edmonton's offence hasn't skipped a beat despite injuries to their top two running backs John White (knee) and Travon Van (shoulder), and star wide receiver Adarius Bowman (hamstring) as they have put up 31 or more points in three consecutive games. Ottawa is the only team in CFL history to have its first seven games decided by five points or fewer after a 33-30 setback to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The RedBlacks failed once again to hold on to a late lead, giving up 10 points in the final five minutes to suffer their fifth loss in six games, and hope to bounce back by beating a West Division opponent for the first time in five tries. "You can call me crazy but I still believe in this team," Ottawa quarterback Trevor Harris told reporters. "We'll keep fighting and we'll put together a string of wins as we're a good team."

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    LINE HISTORY:
    The Edmonton Eskimos opened as 2.5-point road favorites and on Wednesday morning, that line flipped all of the way to Ottawa -2. The total hit the betting boards at 55 and has been bumped slightly to 55.5.

    ABOUT THE ESKIMOS (6-0 SU, 2-3-1 ATS, 3-3 O/U):
    Mike Reilly threw for 317 yards and accounted for four touchdowns against Hamilton to extend his touchdown passing streak to 16 regular-season games, which is tied for the longest in franchise history. "The West is a dogfight and you have to keep winning to keep pace and keep that slim lead," Reilly told reporters. "We dug ourselves a big hole last year as we were 2-4 but 6-0 feels a lot better." Brandon Zylstra saw his three-game streak of 100-yard receiving games come to an end after he suffered a lower-body injury in the first half and his status for Thursday's contest is unknown while centre Justin Sorensen hurt his knee and is questionable.

    ABOUT THE REDBLACKS (1-5-1 SU, 5-2 ATS, 3-4 O/U):
    William Powell rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown before leaving the game with a lower-body injury in the third quarter and could miss Thursday's clash. Defensive end Arnaud Gascon-Nadon, who has registered two sacks this season, missed the second half of the Winnipeg loss with an undisclosed injury and is questionable against Edmonton. Greg Ellingson continues to have a career year as he caught five passes for 59 yards a touchdown to take his total to a league-best 702 while kick returner/wide Quincy McDuffie accounted for 145 yards of return yards in his Ottawa debut.

    TRENDS:



    * Eskimos are 0-3-2 ATS vs. a team with a losing record.


    * RedBlacks are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 games in August.


    * Over is 11-4 in Eskimos last 15 games in August.


    * Over is 7-2 in RedBlacks last 9 home games.


    * Eskimos are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 meetings.

    CONSENSUS:
    The road favorite Eskimos are getting 65 percent of the action from Covers users and the Over is picking up 59 percent of the totals wagers.


    EXTRA POINTS:


    * Reilly leads the CFL in total touchdowns (15) -- 11 passing and four rushing.
    * Ottawa has dropped five games by a combined 13 points.
    * Ellingson has caught a touchdown pass in three straight games.
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    THURSDAY, AUGUST 10


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    GAME RECAP
    ESKIMOS STAY PERFECT, DOWN REDBLACKS 27-20



    OTTAWA – The Edmonton Eskimos arrived in Ottawa with a perfect record, and they made sure it stayed that way when they left.


    Mike Reilly threw for two touchdown passes and 384 yards as the Eskimos added yet another notch in their undefeated belt Thursday night, tallying their seventh consecutive victory to open the 2017 season.


    The Esks wasted no time in jumping out to a lead on Thursday night, scoring on the game’s first drive. Reilly looked calm as he dissected the REDBLACKS defence, finally finding RB LaDarius Perkins who dodged a tackle and sprinted 35 yards for the score.


    After the Eskimos defence forced an Ottawa punt, Reilly got back to work on the first play of the next drive, launching a bomb to WR Kenny Stafford, who took it 69 yards to move deep into REDBLACKS territory. The two would have hooked up for the touchdown just two plays later were it not for a phenomenal defensive play by DB Imoan Claiborne.


    The Eskimos carried a 10-point lead into the second quarter after dominating the first frame, racking up over 170 yards of offence through the air and shutting down the REDBLACKS offence.


    Eskimos K Hugh O’Neill kicked home his second field goal of the game to give the Eskimos a 13-point lead early in the second half.


    After being stymied by the Eskimos for much of the first half, Trevor Harris and the REDBLACKS offence came alive early in the second. Harris found a couple of his favourite targets in WR Greg Ellingson and SB Diontae Spencer to move inside the 10-yard line, before finishing the drive with a fade to Ellingson in the left corner of the end zone for the touchdown.


    After a quick defensive stop it looked like KR Quincey McDuffie had given the REDBLACKS their first lead of the game on a spectacular return, but a blocking penalty brought Ottawa back to their own 30. Undeterred, Harris and the offence picked right up where they left off, and Maher’s field goal pulled Ottawa within three.


    The two squads traded field goals to end of the half, as the Eskimos held onto a narrow three point lead.


    Ekimos K O’Neill stayed perfect on the team’s first drive of the second half, kicking home his fourth field goal of the night.


    Harris continued his success through the air on the REDBLACKS next drive, finding Josh Stangby down the left sideline for a big gain. Just a play later, Harris went to the opposite side of the field, going over the top to find Diontae Spencer in the back of the end zone. Maher’s convert gave the REDBLACKS their first lead of the game.


    After penning the REDBLACKS deep into their own territory, an errant punt from Maher gave the Eskimos solid field position, and Mike Reilly made them pay. With SB Chris Getzlaf wide open in the left corner of the end zone, Reilly made no mistake, and after running in the two-point convert himself, the Eskimos led by seven.


    The REDBLACKS could find no answer the rest of the way, as their comeback attempt ended with an interception deep in Eskimos territory.


    Next week the REDBLACKS head to Hamilton to take on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in an important East Division matchup. The Eskimos will head back to the West Division, where they’ll take on the Blue Bombers in Winnipeg..
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    American League Wild Card standings:


    1) New York 60-53


    2) Seattle 59-56


    3) Tampa Bay 0.5 games behind


    4) Kansas City 1 GB


    5) Minnesota 1.5 GB


    6) LA Angels 2 GB


    7) Baltimore 2.5 GB


    8) Texas 4 GB


    9) Toronto 4.5 GB


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    Friday’s List of 13: Random stuff with the weekend here…….


    13) Damned if you do, damned if you don’t: I know people who stopped watching the NFL last year because of the Colin Kaepernick/kneeling thing. Granted, these people aren’t avid fans, but they did stop watching games.


    Now there is a petition with 130,000 names on it claiming THEY will boycott games if some NFL team doesn’t sign Kaepernick. The fact that he may have turned down Seattle’s offer to be a backup doesn’t seem to matter to these humans— maybe they want him to take Tom Brady’s place.


    I don’t know, but if I never hear the word “politics” again, it’ll be too damn soon.


    12) Mets saved $4M by trading Jay Bruce to the Indians. Its always good when the Wilpons can bank an extra $4M, seeing as how they’re friends with Bernie Madoff and all— a little extra change never hurt anyone.


    Bronx Bombers offered $1M and two prospects for Bruce; the two prospects mustn’t be very good, or else the Mets just preferred cash.


    11) 44-year old pitcher Bartolo Colon was in the big leagues before 17 of the current 30 major league stadiums were opened.


    10) Houston Texans have five Clemson guys on their squad, a good college team to pick from. Never hurts to have players who are used to winning.


    9) Scary story about Oakland University hoop coach Greg Kampe, who almost died this summer when six kidney stones that were lodged in his kidney became infected. He wound up in intensive care for five days— he is OK now, but in his early 60’s, sepsis is a very dangerous thing to have in your system. He was smart to go to the ER to get treatment.


    Kampe is 583-424 in his head coaching career, all of which has been spent at Oakland.


    8) If you care about such things, ESPN will have 28 consecutive hours of fantasy football coverage on its airwaves, starting Monday night at 7pm.


    7) Mike Krzyzewski is having knee replacement surgery this week, so Duke’s basketball team has cancelled its summer trip to the Dominican Republic. Teams can only take one of those trips every four years; they’ll probably go next year now.


    6) Odd Fact of the Day: A 91-year old woman in Thailand earned a college degree after spending more than 10 years studying for it— she got her diploma from the country’s king. Good for her.


    5) With Padres leading 3-2 at Cincinnati Thursday with one out and tying run on second with one out in the bottom of the 7th inning, manager Andy Green changed pitchers, replacing righty Kirby Yates with lefty Brad Hand with a 2-2 count on Joey Votto.


    Not sure how many times I’ve seen this before, but it is very few. Hand is San Diego’s closer, but to close this win, he had to get eight outs!!! Unusual strategy.


    Votto walked, Adam Duvall struck out, then Scooter Gennett hit a grand slam, making Green’s strategy a complete disaster. Have no idea what he was thinking; the San Diego TV guys said this: “…..some interesting decisions by Andy Green”


    4) UAB has brought back its football team this year, after it was gone for a couple years; the mayor of Birmingham says the team’s return will have a $50M positive impact on the city’s economy.


    Maybe he thinks the Crimson Tide are moving from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham.


    3) Mets had a deal to send Neal Walker to the Bronx at the trade deadline, but when Bronx acquired Sonny Gray, they scuttled the Walker deal, using Walker’s medical records as the excuse why. Mets’ brass wasn’t amused, which may be why Jay Bruce is in Cleveland now.


    That and the thing about Bronx not wanting to absorb Bruce’s contract, which the Indians did.


    2) Quarterbacks are valuable; there are reports that the Bengals turned down a 2nd-round pick for backup QB AJ McCarron. That is surprising.


    1) Atlanta Falcons had six games LY where they had a +3 or better turnover ratio; thats going to be really difficult to replicate this season. Numbers people think Atlanta will regress some this season, and thats before factoring in the fact that they have two new coordinators this year.
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    Friday, Aug. 11


    Toronto Argonauts (3-4 SU, 2-5 ATS) vs. Montreal Alouettes (2-4 SU, 3-3 ATS)
    Point-spread: OFF
    Total: OFF


    Game Overview



    This game remains OFF the board given the day-to-day playing status of quarterback Ricky Ray with a shoulder injury, but the fact that he worked with the first-team offense in Sunday’s walk through practice is a good sign that he might be ready to go come Friday night. Ray continues to lead the CFL in total passing yards with 2,421 yards despite missing the entire second half of last Thursday’s loss to Calgary.


    Montreal is coming off a Week 7 bye after losing a last-second 41-40 heart breaker against Winnipeg the week before as a four-point road underdog. Despite the loss, the Alouettes have to feel good about scoring that many points as opposed to their season scoring average of 23.5 PPG. That Week 6 loss to the Blue Bombers was the first time that this defense allowed more than 23 points this season.

    Betting Trends



    -- Montreal has a 4-2 edge both SU and ATS in the last six meetings, but it falls to 2-5 both SU and ATS in its last seven road games against the Argonauts. The total has stayed UNDER in eight of the last 10 meetings in Montreal.


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    TORONTO (3 - 4) at MONTREAL (2 - 4) - 8/11/2017, 7:30 PM
    There are no Top Trends with records of significance that apply to this game.


    Head-to-Head Series History
    MONTREAL is 2-2 against the spread versus TORONTO over the last 3 seasons
    MONTREAL is 2-2 straight up against TORONTO over the last 3 seasons
    2 of 3 games in this series have gone UNDER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons


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    Friday, August 11


    7:30 PM
    TORONTO vs. MONTREAL
    Toronto is 1-8 SU in its last 9 games on the road
    Toronto is 2-4 ATS in its last 6 games when playing Montreal
    Montreal is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 14 of Montreal's last 21 games at home


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    Toronto (3-4) @ Montreal (2-4)— Argonauts allowed 79 points in losing last two games; they’re 1-2 on road, losing 33-25 at Winnipeg, 38-27 in Regina. Three of their last four games went over. Montreal is 6-4 in its last ten games vs Toronto; visitors are 10-3 in last 13 series games, despite going 0-2 in LY’s games. Under is 6-1 in last seven series games. Alouettes had last week off; they lost four of last five games, are 2-1 at home, beating Saksatchewan/Calgary by 1-7, losing 23-16 to BC. Under is 4-2 in Montreal games so far this season.


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    cfl last 9 games:


    Date w-l-t % units record


    08/10/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -50
    08/05/2017 0-2-0 0.00% -11.00
    08/04/2017 2-2-0 50.00% -100
    08/03/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -50
    07/29/2017 3-1-0 75.00% +950
    07/28/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/27/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -50
    07/22/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/21/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/20/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/19/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -50


    totals............17 - 9...........65.38%.....+ 35.50
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    FIGHT FOR FIRST: ARGOS, ALS BATTLE FOR DIVISION LEAD



    MONTREAL — The Toronto Argonuats and Montreal Alouettes begin a crucial home-and-home series at Percival Molson Stadium on Friday night.


    The Als only trail the Argos by two points for top spot in the East, setting up a showdown for first place in the division.


    The Calgary Stampeders proved to be too much for the Double Blue last week as they fell 41-24 to last year’s Grey Cup finalists. Toronto’s defence could not take Bo Levi Mitchell off his game as the reigning MOP threw three majors in the victory. Marquay McDaniel was on the receiving end of two of those touchdown tosses.


    S.J. Green led all receivers with 87 yards on six catches while Bear Woods racked up nine tackles including a quarterback sack.


    A collective gasp was heard at BMO Field when quarterback Ricky Ray was hit while in passing motion during the third quarter of last week’s match. He was forced to the sidelines where he remained for the rest of the game.


    There were initial reports that Ray could miss up to six weeks with a separated shoulder. To the relief of Argos faithful, Ray was only listed as day-to-day by the team and has been participating at practice this week.


    However, he won’t start against the Alouttes.


    “It’s day-to-day with Ricky,” Head Coach Marc Trestman told Argonauts.ca when asked about Ray’s status for the coming weeks. “I’m encouraged and optimistic by the medical reports and him working during the week and playing some catch, but we really don’t know and we won’t know until next week.”


    Former Hamilton Tiger-Cat Jeff Matthews will get the start on Friday night.


    The Argos made some moves earlier in the week, signing former first overall pick Linden Gaydosh and bringing back recently-released veteran Matt Black. Gaydosh was the top pick in the 2013 CFL Draft by the Ticats and was traded to the Riders last season. Black was released by the Argos just last week and has spent his entire nine-year CFL career with the Argos.


    While the Boatmen will have to get by without their offensive leader in Ray, the CFL’s leading passer, Mathews will get help in his first start as an Argo with the return of Armanti Edwards.


    For many on the Argos roster, the trip to La Belle Province represents more than just another regular season game. GM Jim Popp, Head Coach Marc Trestman, receiver S.J. Green, linebacker Bear Woods and defensive linemen Jeffrey Finley and Alan-Michael Cash will face their former team for the first time.


    For Cash, it’s his first game as an Argo after five seasons with the Alouettes. Green, meanwhile, was traded to the Argos for a sixth round pick while Woods was released after the first day of training camp.


    The Montreal Alouettes are coming off of their bye week with a bitter taste in their mouths after giving up a 12-point lead with less than two minutes to go against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers back in Week 6.


    The Bombers pulled off a miraculous comeback to stun the Alouettes 41-40 in a game which Montreal appeared to be in complete control. Winnipeg pivot Matt Nichols manipulated the Als’ secondary for a short touchdown drive. The Bombers then successfully retrieved the ensuing onside kick and Andrew Harris’ second touchdown of the game sealed the win for the Bombers.


    Als quarterback Darian Durrant threw for 348 yards with two touchdown passes and an interception in the loss while B.J. Cunningham led all receivers with 109 yards.


    “It’s very disappointing,” Darian Durrant told MontrealAlouettes.com after the game. “I think that we’re definitely getting there offensively, but we left some opportunities out there for sure… at the end of the day I think we played good offensively. We didn’t get the win.


    “This is the ultimate team game. I just don’t want to harp on the offence but we’re getting there.”


    The Alouettes seemed to be riding high after defeating the Calgary Stampeders back in Week 4, but have since dropped their past two games. The Als have had a tough schedule thus far, with five of their first six matchups against West Division opponents.


    While Montreal has yet to pick up a win on the road this season, the Als have made Percival Molson Stadium a tough stage for opponents, posting a 2-1 record on home turf.


    This week, the Alouettes welcome back running back Tyrell Sutton, whose 295 yards were tops in the CFL through four games before being sidelined by injury.


    The Als will, however, have a hole to plug at safety as Chris Ackie has been sidelined with an injury. Third round pick in 2017 Dondre Wright appears primed to make his first career start in the Canadian Football League.




    By The Numbers


    7
    – Catches that Nik Lewis needs to pass Ben Cahoon for second all-time on the CFL receptions list.


    15 – Straight field goal attempts made by Boris Bede. He leads the league at 94 per cent.


    17 – Tackles Bear Woods has made in the past two games. He ranks second in the league with 45 tackles heading into Week 8.


    119 – Career starts for Darian Durrant. He is 60-58-1 during that span.


    The Skinny


    The Argos’ trip to Montreal will be a homecoming of sorts for several key members of the organization.


    Head coach Marc Trestman will make his first return to Montreal in nearly five years. Trestman served as the Als head coach from 2008-2012, leading the team to back-to-back Grey Cups in 2009 and 2010. He parted ways with the organization to take on a head coaching opportunity with the Chicago Bears.


    General Manager Jim Popp was also a part of the Alouettes organization for 21 years. He parted ways with the team at the end of last year.


    Meanwhile, you can expect former Als Jeffrey Finley, S.J. Green, Bear Woods and Alan-Michael Cash to come into Friday’s game with a chip on their shoulder.


    Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be followed live via CFL.ca Game Tracker and seen on TSN and ESPN3.
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    FRIDAY, AUGUST 11


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    TOR at MTL 07:30 PM

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    ALOUETTES STIFLE ARGOS, CLAIM 21-9 VICTORY



    MONTREAL — The Montreal Alouettes defence was the beginning, middle and end of the story on Friday night at Percival Molson Stadium, where the hometown Als claimed a gritty 21-9 decision over the visiting Toronto Argonauts.


    Coordinator Noel Thorpe’s Montreal defence limited the Argos to just 142 pass yards, registered two sacks and made late-game adjustments to stymie a Toronto comeback attempt.


    Veteran linebacker Kyries Hebert paced the Alouettes (3-4) with eight tackles and a key fumble recovery, while Toronto (3-5) defensive tackle Dylan Wynn led an admirable losing effort from the Argo defence with seven tackles and a sack.


    Montreal opened the scoring midway through the first quarter, when Durant bombed a 41-yard touchdown pass to Ernest Jackson. Boris Bede’s convert gave the hosts a 7-0 lead.


    The Als’ French-born kicker then sent a second-quarter field goal attempt from 31 yards out wide right and out the back of the end zone for a single.


    Later in the second quarter, after a big 3rd-and-2 gamble paid off, Durant found receiver George Johnson in the end zone — the major was the first of Johnson’s career, and Bede’s ensuing convert pushed the Montreal lead to 15-0.


    Kicker Lirim Hajrullahu responded with a 47-yard field goal to get the Argos on the board.


    Veteran Alouettes defensive end John Bowman then forced Toronto quarterback Jeff Mathews into a fumble, which was recovered and returned by Kyries Hebert to the Toronto three-yard line. Two penalties and a Toronto red-zone stand later, the Als were forced to kick a field goal and settle for an 18-3 lead at the break.


    Friday’s first half was defined by defence; both Mathews and Durant found themselves under constant pressure, each hit the turf via sack twice and was forced to throw the ball away on multiple occasions.


    Toronto head coach Marc Trestman opted to put Cody Fajardo under centre to begin the second half; the Nevada alum marched the Argos into field-goal range, and a 31-yard Hajrullahu kick cut the Montreal lead to 18-6.


    Bede restored the hosts’ 15-point lead on the ensuing possession, hitting a 21-yard chip shot.


    With Fajardo in the game, the visitors found their ground game; Toronto marched down inside the Montreal 10-yard line on a time-consuming 12-play drive, only to turn the ball over on downs after a risky 3rd-and-5 attempt fell incomplete in the end zone.


    Toronto did opt to kick — a Hajrullahu field goal from 37 yards out — on its following possession, cutting its deficit to 21-9.


    Tempers boiled over just prior to the three-minute warning after a dangerously high tackle from Hebert on Fajardo as the Argos quarterback raced up the sideline.


    Toronto’s run game continued to cause problems for the Alouettes late, and the Argos marched down to the Montreal 23-yard line with a minute left. Once there, they found the end zone twice yet failed to score: Fajardo connected with Jeff Fuller on a touchdown pass that was called back on a Chris Van Zeyl blocking penalty, then Khalil Paden dropped a picture-perfect pass on 3rd-and-long to seal the game’s outcome.


    Quarterback Darian Durant managed the game well for Montreal, completing 18 of 27 passes for 237 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while the Toronto duo of Jeff Mathews and Cody Fajardo was a non-factor in throwing 142 yards.


    Running back-wise, Tyrell Sutton ate up 66 yards and significant clock for the Als; Brandon Whitaker collected 120 all-purpose yards for the Argos.


    The two squads will meet again in Toronto for the Week-9 end of the home-and-home series.


    Both teams will have plenty of film to go over and mistakes to correct; Montreal’s defence will search for a way to stop the run after allowing 7.2 yards-per-carry on Friday, while Toronto’s offence will need to be better at getting to — and converting once in — the red zone.


    Kick-off on the return leg between the East Division rivals is slated for 4 p.m. ET on Sat., Aug. 19 at BMO Field.
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    cfl last 9 games:


    Date w-l-t % units record


    08/11/2017 1-1-0 0.00% -0.50
    08/10/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    08/05/2017 0-2-0 0.00% -11.00
    08/04/2017 2-2-0 50.00% -100
    08/03/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    07/29/2017 3-1-0 75.00% +950
    07/28/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/27/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    07/22/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/21/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/20/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/19/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50


    totals............17 - 9........65.38%.....+ 35.50
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    Saturday’s six-pack


    — 96 major leaguers have been on the DL more than once this season.


    — White Sox 6, Royals 3- KC has followed 9-game win streak with a 2-10 skid.


    — Mets 7, Phillies 6— Amed Rosario’s first MLB homer was the game-winner.


    — Marlins 6, Rockies 3— Giancarlo Stanton hit his 40th home run.


    — Dolphins’ QB Ryan Tannehill will have knee surgery, is done for the season.


    — DL happenings:
    Cubs’ C Willson Contreras (hamstring) is expected to be out 4-6 weeks.


    New York P CC Sabathia (knee) goes on the 10-day DL.


    Seattle P James Paxton (pectoral) goes on the 10-day DL


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    Saturday’s List of 13: Random stuff with weekend here……..



    13) Buffalo Bills had an active Friday; they traded WR Sammy Watkins and a 2018 6th-round pick to the Rams, getting CB E.J. Gaines and an ’18 2nd-round pick in return.


    They also traded CB Ronald Darby to the Eagles for WR Jordan Matthews and a 2018 3rd-round pick. Buffalo now has six picks in the first three rounds of the 2018 draft.


    In 2014, Bills traded two first-round draft picks to move up and acquire Watkins ahead of Mike Evans, Odell Beckham, Jr. Oy.


    12) Dallas Cowboys’ RB Ezekiel Elliott was suspended by the NFL for six games; Dallas has a Week 6 bye, so Elliott can return for the Week 8 game with the Redskins.


    11) Indians @ Rays Thursday night; attendance was 9,533
    Indians @ Rays Friday night; attendance was 16,794


    When the Rays move to Canada and become the Montreal Expos, this is why…….


    10) Eagles’ backup QB Matt McGloin was 28-42 passing in Green Bay Thursday; lot of passes for a third-string QB to throw in an exhibition game.


    9) Chicago Bears have a veteran QB trying to hold off a first-round draft pick, with a head coach on the hot seat. Sound familiar?


    The 2016 Rams had a veteran QB (Case Keenum) trying to hold off a first-round draft pick (Jared Goff), with a head coach on the hot seat (Jeff Fisher).


    Hope this season works out better for Coach Fox than last year did for Jeff Fisher.


    8) Didn’t help Chicago’s new QB Mike Glennon when he threw a pick-6 0:48 into the Bears’ first preseason game, Thursday vs Denver. People are not patient in today’s world.


    7) One of the prettiest plays of the weekend was Miami backup QB David Fales throwing a 99-yard TD to Damore’ea Stringfellow, an undrafted free agent from Ole Miss.


    6) Golfer Patrick Cantlay eagled the 7th hole at the PGA Thursday and Friday. Hard to do.


    5) Dodgers started this season 10-12; they’re 71-21 since. LA was 9-11 when they called Cody Bellinger up to the big leagues on April 25- you do the math.


    4) Houston Astros were 58-27 in their first 85 games, with a 3.91 team ERA.
    Since then, they’re 13-16, with a 5.20 team ERA.


    3) Cardinals’ pitcher Lance Lynn got drilled in the top of his head by a line drive hit by Lorenzo Cain Thursday night, but he stayed in the game and pitched six innings. St Louis swept four games from Kansas City- they hit grand slams in consecutive games Wednesday/Thursday for the first time in six years.


    2) Jeffrey Loria has apparently sold the Miami Marlins for $1.25B, thats billion, with a B, to a group of 16 investors, most famous of which is Derek Jeter, who will run the baseball side. Fans in Miami are better off without Loria.


    1) Over the last seven years, A’s/Nationals have made ten separate trades; it is almost like your local fantasy league, where certain people only trade with certain other people.


    But in a business where teams are worth $1B or so, or more, do teams really do each other favors when one team is in contention and the other isn’t?


    On July 16, the A’s sent Sean Doolittle/Ryan Madson to bullpen-starved Washington- the Nationals also added Brandon Kintzler from the Twins. Problem solved for Washington.


    When the A’s needed a catcher in 2013, all of a sudden Kurt Suzuki fell into their lap, a gift from the Nationals. It helps to have friends.
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    Saturday, Aug. 12


    Winnipeg Blue Bombers (4-2 SU, 4-2 ATS) vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats (0-6 SU, 2-4 ATS)
    Point-spread: Winnipeg -2
    Total: 59



    Game Overview


    The Blue Bombers have been a scoring machine this season with an average of 33.7 PPG, but they have actually given up seven more points than they have posted which equates to a points-allowed average of 34.8. Matt Nichols has led the way with 1,757 yards passing and 11 touchdown throws and Andrew Harris has anchored the running game with 283 yards and four scores on 65 rushing attempts.


    Hamilton looked much better in last week’s five-point loss to Edmonton after being on the wrong side of an embarrassing 60-1 loss to Calgary the week before as a 12 -point road underdog. The Tiger-Cats have averaged just 19.7 PPG this year while allowing an average of 39 points a game on defense. Zach Collaros has pretty much gone the distance at quarterback this season and he has thrown for 1,425 yards and six scores.


    Betting Trends


    -- The Tiger-Cats have won eight of the last 11 meetings SU and it has a 6-3 edge ATS in their last nine games against the Blue Bombers. The total has stayed UNDER in nine of the last 10 meetings in Hamilton


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    WINNIPEG (4 - 2) at HAMILTON (0 - 6) - 8/12/2017, 7:30 PM
    Top Trends for this game.
    WINNIPEG is 1-10 ATS (-10.0 Units) as a road favorite of 3 points or less since 1996.
    WINNIPEG is 11-2 ATS (+8.8 Units) in road games over the last 2 seasons.
    WINNIPEG is 11-2 ATS (+8.8 Units) in road lined games over the last 2 seasons.
    WINNIPEG is 9-1 ATS (+7.9 Units) in a road game where the total is greater than or equal to 52 over the last 3 seasons.
    WINNIPEG is 10-2 ATS (+7.8 Units) in road games in games played on turf over the last 2 seasons.


    Head-to-Head Series History
    HAMILTON is 2-2 against the spread versus WINNIPEG over the last 3 seasons
    HAMILTON is 2-2 straight up against WINNIPEG over the last 3 seasons
    3 of 4 games in this series have gone UNDER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons


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    Saturday, August 12


    7:30 PM
    WINNIPEG vs. HAMILTON

    Winnipeg is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games when playing on the road against Hamilton
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Winnipeg's last 6 games when playing Hamilton
    Hamilton is 0-5 SU in its last 5 games at home
    Hamilton is 3-11-1 ATS in its last 15 games


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    Winnipeg (4-2) @ Hamilton (0-6)— TiCats have new DC after 33-28 loss in Edmonton LW; they are 0-2 at home, losing 41-26 to BC, 31-28 to Edmonton. Hamilton’s last five games went over total; they’re 1-4-1 vs spread in all games. Teams split last six meetings, with Bombers winning both games LY; they won two of last three visits here- under is 6-2 in last eight series games. Winnipeg won three of last four games; they’re 2-1 at home, with wins by 8-1 points, and 29-10 loss to Calgary. Last four Bomber games went over the total.


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    Saturday, August 12


    Winnipeg @ Hamilton

    Game 375-376
    August 12, 2017 @ 7:30 pm


    Dunkel Rating:
    Winnipeg
    112.902
    Hamilton
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    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Winnipeg
    by 7
    62
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Winnipeg
    by 2 1/2
    59 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Winnipeg
    (-2 1/2); Over
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    Saturday's CFL betting preview and odds: Blue Bombers at Tiger-Cats


    Winnipeg has scored at least 33 points in each of its last four games and can improve to 4-0 against East Division opponents in 2017 with another victory.


    Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Hamilton Tiger-Cats (+2.5, 59.5)


    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers look to extend their winning streak to three games when they battle the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on the road Saturday. The Blue Bombers have won back-to-back games on the final play as Andrew Harris ran for a 1-yard touchdown in the 41-40 victory against the Montreal Alouettes before Justin Medlock kicked a field goal as time expired to down the Ottawa Redblacks 33-30, and hope to win their third straight meeting with the Tiger-Cats after sweeping the season series in 2016.


    Winnipeg has scored at least 33 points in each of its last four games and can improve to 4-0 against East Division opponents in 2017 with another victory. Hamilton is still searching for its first win of the season following a 33-28 setback to the Edmonton Eskimos in Week 7. The Tiger-Cats demoted defensive coordinator Jeff Reinebold on Tuesday and replaced him with former linebackers coach Phillip Lolley, who will be tasked with turning around a struggling unit which ranks last in points allowed (39) and net yards allowed (460.8) per game. "Phillip is a great football mind that has been around the game at all levels for a very long time," Hamilton coach Kent Austin told reporters. "He has been an excellent addition to our coaching staff this season and we fully expect him to flourish in his expanded role with our team moving forward."

    TV:
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    LINE HISTORY:
    The Blue Bombers opened as 2.5-point road favorites and was bet down as low at 1.5 before bouncing back to an even 2. The total opened at 59.5 and has yet to move off the opening number.

    ABOUT THE BLUE BOMBERS (4-2 SU, 4-2 ATS, 5-1 O/U):
    Medlock was named one of the CFL's Top Performers of the Week after he kicked six field goals, including the game-winning 38-yard attempt as time expired, against Ottawa. "Most guys that are at the top of the heap in their craft make it look easy," Winnipeg coach Mike O'Shea said of Medlock. "He works extremely hard to make it look like that." Wide receiver Addison Richards, who was selected 11th overall in the 2015 CFL Draft, announced his retirement after a slew of injuries hampered his ability to stay in the lineup.

    ABOUT THE TIGER-CATS (0-6 SU, 1-4-1 ATS, 5-1 O/U):
    Zach Collaros threw for 282 yards and three touchdowns against Edmonton after being limited to 102 yards the previous week against the Calgary Stampeders. All-star defensive back Emanuel Davis, who hasn't made an appearance this year because of injury, practiced with the team this week and could be in line to make his season debut. Hamilton made a series of roster moves as they signed offensive lineman Tony Washington, defensive end Mike McAdoo and wide receiver Gerell Robinson while releasing quarterback Logan Kilgore and wide receiver Kevin Elliott, who has caught 11 touchdown passes since 2015 with Toronto and Hamilton.


    TRENDS:


    * Blue Bombers are 13-3 ATS in their last 16 road games.


    * Tiger-Cats are 0-6-2 ATS in their last 8 home games.


    * Over is 10-1 in Blue Bombers last 11 road games.


    * Over is 5-0 in Tiger-Cats last 5 games overall.


    * Over is 4-0 in Tiger-Cats last 4 vs. a team with a winning record.

    CONSENSUS:
    The road favorite Blue Bombers are getting 63 percent of the action from Covers users and the Under is picking up 56 percent of the totals wagers. View full consensus data for this matchup here.


    EXTRA POINTS:


    * Winnipeg has scored more than 40 points in three of its six games in 2017.


    * Hamilton has given up an average of 41.3 points over its last three contests.


    * Collaros is winless in his last 10 regular-season starts.
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    STAGE SET FOR BOMBERS, TICATS ON SATURDAY NIGHT



    HAMILTON — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are set to clash with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for a Saturday night showdown at Tim Hortons Field.


    The Bombers are going for their third straight victory while the Ticats are still searching for their first win of the season.


    The Bombers narrowly edged the reigning Grey Cup champion Ottawa REDBLACKS in Week 7 with a buzzer beater field goal for a 33-30 win. It was the second straight week that Winnipeg pulled off a last second victory after scoring two touchdowns in the final two minutes against the Montreal Alouettes in Week 6 for a thrilling 40-41 win.


    Matt Nichols completed 25-of-38 passes for 319 yards and one touchdown, continuing to surge his way up the CFL’s Quarterback index.


    Receiver T.J. Thorpe will get his fourth straight start since coming off the practice roster. The 24-year-old has quickly become one of Nichols’ favourite marks, averaging almost nine targets a game and has caught 20 of 26 passes thrown in his direction.


    The West Division is shaking up to be another tight race this year with the Bombers trailing the BC Lions and Calgary Stampeders by just two points. A win this week for Winnipeg would set up a three-way logjam for second place in the West.


    The Bombers have had equal success at home and on the road this year. Winnipeg has a 2-1 record this season in opposing stadiums and have won nine of their past twelve games away from Investors Group Field. It’s an impressive feat that Nichols credits his entire team for.


    “I think it says a lot about a group of guys that can go and handle the tough elements this league has to offer when you’re on the road and be able to stay focused and get the job done,” Nichols told BlueBombers.com. “I’d say out of those nine wins I don’t remember an easy one and we know we’ve got another challenge ahead of us tomorrow (Saturday).”


    The Hamilton Tiger-Cats came close to picking up their first win of the season last week, but ultimately fell to the undefeated Edmonton Eskimos 33-28. The Tabbies almost pulled off an upset by clawing back from a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter. They managed to cut the Esks’ lead to just one score as quarterback Zach Collaros tossed a last effort pass into the end zone with zeros left on the clock to no avail.


    The Hamilton pivot had his best game of the season, throwing for 282 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. Receiver Damarr Aultman had a team high 74 yards and a touchdown in his CFL debut.


    More changes were in store this week for the Black and Gold as the team released linebacker and defensive back Will Hill. Hill started all five games he dressed for the Ticats and was second on the team in tackles. He made headlines back in Week 3 when he was suspended one game for grabbing an official.


    The move follows a series of others that the Ticats have made the past two weeks. It started when Hamilton brought in former NCAA and NFL coach June Jones as assistant head coach to oversee the offence.


    The Ticats also decided to part ways with defensive coordinator Jeff Reinebold earlier this week after five years with the organization. Reinebold spent four seasons as the Ticats’ special teams coordinator before being promoted to lead the defence during the off-season


    The Ticats rank last in the CFL in points and yards allowed per game. Linebackers coach Phillip Lolley was promoted to the role.


    The Ticats’ secondary will be getting some help on defence as Emanuel Davis is slated to return to the lineup on Saturday. The halfback has been on the six-game injured list since the beginning of the season and has yet to make his 2017 debut.


    “It’s good to have Chop (Davis) out there for sure. There’s no question,” Head Coach Kent Austin told Ticats.ca. “We’ve clearly missed him in the secondary… those guys really help us. They help us with veteran leadership, understanding of the game, just experience across the board.”



    By The Numbers



    3 – Fourth quarter comebacks staged by Matt Nichols this season, on top of five last year. In total, Nichols has engineered eight late comebacks in his last 15 starts.


    4 – League leading interceptions for Bombers defensive back T.J. Heath.

    5
    – Quarterback sacks by Jamaal Westerman, tied for fourth in the league.

    487
    – Average total yards the Ticats defence has given up through six games this, ranking last in the league heading into Week 8.


    The Skinny


    The Bombers are a team known for putting up lots of points on the scoreboard. Despite their offence ranking second last in yards per game, Winnipeg is second only to the Calgary Stampeders in points per game. The Blue Bombers average close to 34 points per game and have had three games this year in which they’ve posted 40-plus points.


    That doesn’t size up well for a Ticats team that is giving up 39 points a game on average. Look for Bombers running back Andrew Harris to get a lot of touches as the Ticats also rank worst in the league in rushing yards given up per game (104.2).


    Hamilton will have to play one of its best defensive matches of the year if it wants to beat a strong Bombers offence.


    Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be followed live via CFL.ca Game Tracker and seen on TSN and ESPN3.
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    SATURDAY, AUGUST 12


    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS


    WPG at HAM 07:30 PM


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    GAME RECAP
    BOMBERS WIN THIRD STRAIGHT WITH 39-12 VICTORY OVER TICATS



    HAMILTON — Justin Medlock’s six field goals powered the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to a 39-12 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Tim Hortons Field on Saturday night.


    Winnipeg pivot Matt Nichols threw for 267 yards and two touchdowns while running back Andrew Harris could not be contained, rushing for 107 yards in the victory.


    Late heroics were not needed this game for the Bombers as the Blue and Gold were in control all evening.


    Winnipeg got off to a fast start, pacing their way down the field on the first drive of the game. Nichols found an early chemistry with Clarence Denmark, connecting with the slotback on his first three passes of the night. Winnipeg capped off the drive with a 34-yard field goal by Medlock to take an early 3-0 lead.


    The Hamilton defence shut the door again just outside of the red zone as the Bombers charged their way down the field but were unable to register a major. Winnipeg settled for another Medlock field goal to take a 6-0 lead.


    A Ticats two and out gave the Bombers favourable field positon after Kevin Fogg returned the ensuing punt 38 yards. Winnipeg managed to make their way to the Hamilton 32-yard line, but once again settled for a field goal to go up 9-0 heading into the second quarter.


    Hamilton had only one first down in the first 15 minutes compared to Winnipeg’s nine.


    The Black and Gold were finally able to find their offensive stride in the second quarter. The Bombers were called for a roughing call when Cory Johnson hit C.J. Gable after the pass, advancing the Ticats 15 yards further downfield. Gable was clearly fuelled by the late hit, picking up 28 yards after his catch to put the Black and Gold in Winnipeg territory. Jeremiah Masoli finished off the drive with a one-yard quarterback sneak to cut the Bombers’ lead to 9-6. Hamilton’s two-point covert attempt was unsuccessful, keeping them within three points of the lead.


    Nichols and the Bombers once again had trouble finishing their drive when they got the ball back, turning to Medlock for another field goal attempt. His kick was picked up by the wind and hit the right upright, keeping the score at 9-6.


    Medlock would make up for the miss on the Bombers next drive, splitting the uprights from 43 yards out to extend Winnipeg’s lead to 12-6.


    A lateral attempt deep in Ticats territory proved costly when Gable bobbled the pass only to be recovered by the Bombers. Winnipeg began their drive at Hamilton’s 36-yard line and did not take long to work their way down the short field. Nichols found Julian Feoli-Gudino alone in the flats, who ran untouched into the end zone to extend the Bombers lead to 19-6 heading into halftime.


    Medlock opened the second half with his fifth field goal of the night, booting the ball through the uprights from an impressive 57 yards out.


    The Ticats continued to claw back into the game as Collaros connected with Damarr Aultman for the receivers second major in as many games. Aultman powered through Winnipeg’s defenders to pick up 26 yards after the catch and surged across the plane to cut the lead to 22-12. The Ticats had two attempts at a two-point conversion after Winnipeg was called for roughing the passer, but to no avail.


    Medlock’s night wasn’t over as he notched his sixth field goal of the game, this time from 34 yards out.


    The Bombers weren’t done there.


    Taylor Loffler recovered a Hamilton fumble forced by Maurice Leggett, setting the Bombers up in Hamilton territory. On a Bombers first down off of the turnover, Nichols threw a 50-50 ball into the end zone. Darvin Adams won the one-on-one battle, bringing down the catch for a major to put the nail in the coffin for the Bombers to go up 32-12.


    A Collaros pass was picked off by Brian Walker with just over four minutes left in the match. The Bombers managed the clock by handing the ball off to Harris numerous times on the drive until they found themselves just outside of the end zone. Timothy Flanders made the short charge across the plane to increase the Bombers lead to 39-12.


    Winnipeg has a short turn around this week as they travel back home to take on the Edmonton Eskimos on Thursday. The Ticats will still look for their first win of the season when they face off against the Ottawa REDBLACKS at home on Friday.
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    Sunday, Aug. 13


    British Columbia Lions (5-2 SU, 4-3 ATS) vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders (2-4 SU, 3-3 ATS)
    Point-spread: BC -3
    Total: 54


    Game Overview



    BC comes into the backend of this Western Division home-and-home series with a 3-1 record on the road this season both SU and ATS. It was able to keep the Roughriders off the scoreboard in last week’s home-and-home opener until the fourth quarter when the game was already out of hand. With the exception of the Lions’ two losses to Edmonton this season, they have outscored their opponents in those five SU wins by a combined 53 points.


    Saskatchewan turned to Brandon Bridge for a spark last week at quarterback late in the game and he led the team to two fourth quarter scores, but it is pretty safe to expect Kevin Glenn to remain at the helm as this team’s starter. He did complete 19-of-27 throws for 186 yards in that loss, but he was also picked off twice. On the year, he has thrown for 11 touchdowns against six interceptions.


    Betting Trends


    -- BC has a 4-1 record SU in its last five road games against Saskatchewan while going a perfect 5-0 ATS. The total has stayed UNDER in nine of the last 11 meetings in Saskatchewan.


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    BRITISH COLUMBIA (5 - 2) at SASKATCHEWAN (2 - 4) - 8/13/2017, 8:00 PM
    Top Trends for this game.
    SASKATCHEWAN is 129-95 ATS (+24.5 Units) as an underdog since 1996.
    SASKATCHEWAN is 19-4 ATS (+14.6 Units) as a home underdog of 3 points or less since 1996.
    BRITISH COLUMBIA is 69-46 ATS (+18.4 Units) in road games off a division game since 1996.
    BRITISH COLUMBIA is 27-9 ATS (+17.1 Units) in road games in August games since 1996.
    BRITISH COLUMBIA is 29-15 ATS (+12.5 Units) in road games in weeks 5 through 9 since 1996.
    SASKATCHEWAN is 28-46 ATS (-22.6 Units) in August games since 1996.


    Head-to-Head Series History
    BRITISH COLUMBIA is 6-0 against the spread versus SASKATCHEWAN over the last 3 seasons
    BRITISH COLUMBIA is 7-0 straight up against SASKATCHEWAN over the last 3 seasons
    4 of 7 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons


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    Sunday, August 13


    8:00 PM
    BRITISH COLUMBIA vs. SASKATCHEWAN
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of British Columbia's last 6 games when playing on the road against Saskatchewan
    The total has gone UNDER in 9 of British Columbia's last 12 games when playing Saskatchewan
    Saskatchewan is 3-6 ATS in its last 9 games
    Saskatchewan is 2-7 SU in its last 9 games


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    BC Lions (5-2) @ Saskatchewan (2-4)— Roughriders (+7) lost 30-15 in Vancouver LW, their 7th loss in row vs Lions— BC won its last four visits to Regina, by 13-3-13-18 points. Lions gained 547 yards LW in game that was 22-0 after 3rd quarter. Saskatchewan is 2-1 at home, with only loss in OT to Winnipeg- favorites covered all three of their home tilts, all of which went over the total. Lions are 4-0 vs spread if they allow 26 or less points, 0-3 if they allow 30+; BC is 3-1 on road, with only loss 37-26 in Edmonton. BC is only team in CFL not to have its bye yet.


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    Sunday, August 13


    BC Lions @ Saskatchewan


    Game 377-378
    August 13, 2017 @ 8:00 pm


    Dunkel Rating:
    BC Lions
    115.199
    Saskatchewan
    111.706
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    BC Lions
    by 3 1/2
    51
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    BC Lions
    by 1 1/2
    55 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    BC Lions
    (-1 1/2); Under


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    Sunday’s six-pack


    — Blue Jays 7, Pirates 2— West Point graduate Chris Rowley wins his MLB debut.


    — Mets traded 2B Neil Walker to the sliding Brewers, who need another bat.


    — Boston 10, New York 5— Andrew Benitendi homered twice for the Red Sox.


    — Indians 3, Tampa Bay 0— Rays were shut out in five of last eight games.


    — On-track handle at Saratoga thoroughbred meet is up 8.6% from this time last year.


    — DL happenings:


    New York puts P Masahiro Tanaka (shoulder) on DL


    Red Sox put 2B Dustin Pedroia (knee) on the DL


    Blue Jays put C Russell Martin on the DL


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    Sunday’s List of 13: Clearing out a cluttered mind…….



    13) There is only one cut in the NFL this summer, from 90 to 53 players on Labor Day weekend, which means that 1,184 guys will hit the streets all at once, and lesser teams will scurry around and try to improve their roster by adding guys the better teams release.


    12) I’m thinking it hurts HBO’s Hard Knocks some that there is one less cut date; that is the best part of the program, watching coaches tell guys they didn’t make the team. Sad for the player but compelling TV— lot of times those players move on and play for other teams anyway.


    11) St Louis Cardinals are first team to score 8+ runs in six straight wins since ’06 Braves.


    10) Cardinals-Pirates are playing a game in Williamsport, PA next weekend, five miles from where the Little League World Series takes place.


    Williamsport has a team in the Class A NY-Penn League, so there is a stadium in place there, unlike last year, when Marlins-Braves played a game on a military base in South Carolina, where a stadium was basically built for that game.


    9) Tampa Bay Bucs traded up to draft Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo in the 2016 Draft, but he’s been a disappointment and been beaten out by Nick Folk. Aguayo missed an extra point and a 47-year old FG Friday night— he got cut Saturday, which should make for an interesting scene on Hard Knocks Tuesday night.


    8) If you’re not contending for a Wild Card spot in the American League, your team stinks, because some of the contending teams aren’t very good.


    7) Pat O’Hara is a QB coach for the Houston Texans; he was in the terrific football movie Any Given Sunday, playing Dennis Quaid’s backup QB who also gets hurt, which forces Jamie Foxx’s (#3 QB) character into the game, where he becomes a star.


    In real life, O’Hara was mostly a backup QB at USC; he played for seven different Arena League teams and has had a very interesting career. NFL Films should do a feature on him.


    6) Total plays run from scrimmage in last February’s Super Bowl: Patriots 93, Falcons 46.


    5) Cincinnati Bengal fans should be slow to criticize coach Marvin Lewis, who is 118-110-3 in 14 years as the Bengals’ coach, From 1984-2002, before Lewis took over, Cincy went 116-192 under four different head coaches. Be careful what you ask for……..


    4) Denver Broncos have only one road game in the first six weeks this season; they have a bye and four home games, then play on road in Weeks 7-9, with a Week 8 Monday night game, then a Week 9 game in Philly six days later. Unusual schedule; Denver has a new head coach and very little experience at quarterback.


    3) Consider the career of former NFL QB Tony Banks:
    — From 1996-98, Banks went 14-29 as QB of the Rams. When they cut him loose after 1998, they won the Super Bowl in ’99 behind Kurt Warner, who backed up Banks in ’98.


    — In 2000, Banks started the first eight games for the Ravens, going 5-3, but Games 7-8 were 10-3/14-6 losses, so Banks was replaced by Trent Dilfer……and the Ravens won the Super Bowl.


    I’ll leave the facts there and let you make your own judgments.


    2) Gregg Williams is the new defensive coordinator in Cleveland; he has his son Blake back on the coaching staff this year. Blake Williams was on the Rams’ coaching staff as linebackers’ coach in 2012, the year Gregg Williams was suspended by the NFL because of Bountygate, but apparently the other coaches couldn’t stand young Williams and he was shown the door.


    1) If I was an NFL head coach (a frightening thought), my team would go for it on 4th down a lot and go for 2 after every TD in exhibition games. Games don’t matter; it is a good chance to get more plays to evaluate your players. Thats what these exhibition games and mainly for….that and ripping off fans who pay regular season prices to watch games that don’t matter.
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    cfl last 9 games:


    Date w-l-t % units record


    08/12/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    08/11/2017 1-1-0 0.00% -0.50
    08/10/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    08/05/2017 0-2-0 0.00% -11.00
    08/04/2017 2-2-0 50.00% -100
    08/03/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    07/29/2017 3-1-0 75.00% +950
    07/28/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/27/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    07/22/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/21/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/20/2017 2-0-0 100.00% +1000
    07/19/2017 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50


    totals............18 - 10........64.28%.....+ 35.00
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    RIDERS SEEK REDEMPTION IN SUNDAY REMATCH WITH LIONS



    REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders and BC Lions cap off Week 8 with the second half of their home-and-home series at new Mosaic Stadium.


    The Lions emerged victorious in the first matchup, beating the Riders 30-15 at BC Place. Saskatchewan was never able generate any momentum as the Lions defence kept them off the scoreboard until the end of the fourth quarter. BC led 30-0 before the Riders managed to post two late touchdown drives.


    Travis Lulay had a big game for BC, throwing for 338 yards and one touchdown while Bryan Burnham led all receivers with 113 yards and a touchdown on just five catches. Riders pivot Kevin Glenn was unable to find the end zone, throwing for only 186 yards and two interceptions.


    Canadian Brandon Bridge came into the game late in the final quarter to replace Glenn, completing all six passing attempts and throwing for 114 yards and two touchdowns. Duron Carter had a team-high 83 yards and a touchdown on five catches. It was Carter’s fourth receiving major of the season, tying him for second in the league.


    BC had control over the game up until the final whistle, but the Lions team still feel that there are improvements to be made when they hit the road this week. BC turned to kicker Ty Long on five occasions during the game. The 24-year-old was successful on four of five field goal attempts.


    Receiver Nick Moore says that the goal in Regina will be to cap off more drives with seven points instead of three.


    “One of the things we did well is we moved the ball right off the bat,” Moore told BCLions.com. “But we want to score touchdowns instead of field goals and that’s one of our focuses this week; when we get down to the red zone, actually taking care of the small details and everything so that we can get more points on the board.”


    Jonathon Jennings will be back at the helm of the Lions’ offence for Week 8. The 25-year-old left early in Week 4 after taking a hard hit against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on the teams’ first offensive play of the game. He was sidelined with a shoulder injury but appears to be good to go.


    A familiar face will also be in the Lions lineup with the signing of defensive end Ricky Foley earlier this week. Foley was drafted by BC back in 2006 and played his first four seasons with the Lions. The 34-year-old was released by the Argos before the start of the season.


    The Lions will have their hands full with a Riders team that has excelled this season in front of their hometown crowd.


    While Saskatchewan has yet to pick up a win on the road, they are 2-1 at new Mosaic Stadium this season — although both of those wins have been against East Division opponents. The Riders are 0-3 this season against divisional opponents. Saskatchewan head coach Chris Jones says that his team is trying to find a way to keep pace in the West.


    “I don’t know other than the fact that they’re some of the better teams,” Jones told Riderville.ca when asked about his team’s woes in the West. “I think a lot of people have struggled against Calgary. I think a lot of people have struggled against Edmonton, they’re undefeated. A lot of people have struggled against BC.


    “We play in the West, we don’t play in the East… and we’re trying to get to that level where we can run the football effectively, protect our quarterback and play better defence.”


    The Riders will not only be out for vengeance after last week’s loss but are also trying to break a recent losing streak against the Lions. BC has won its last seven meetings against the Riders. Four of those games have been in Regina.


    Kicker Tyler Crapigna is back in the lineup for the Riders after being sidelined by injury. He replaces Quinn Van Gylswyk.


    With Dan Clark on the six-game, the Riders have also tweaked their offensive line. Derek Dennis moves over to guard while Bruce Campbell gets the start at left tackle.


    By The Numbers


    3 – Touchdowns for Duron Carter in the Riders past two games.


    4 – Minimum catches that Riders receiver Bakari Grant has made each game. He is only one of three players (Winnipeg’s Darvin Adams and Toronto’s Anthony Coombs) that has four of more catches in every game this season.


    10 – Number of rushing touchdowns that Travis Lulay and Jeremiah Johnson have combined for this season. They have five touchdowns apiece.

    51
    – League leading tackles for Solomon Elimimian heading into Week 8.

    The Skinny



    Kevin Glenn and the Riders offence will have to find a way to jump out to a quick start against the Lions after being held off the scoreboard until the final four minutes last week. Saskatchewan’s 26 point per game ranks second last in the league.


    The Lions, on the other hand, boast one of the most potent offences in the CFL. They did not skip a beat with the absence of their number one pivot Jonathon Jennings and are averaging a league high 433.7 yards per game, a testament to their strong pass and run game.


    BC’s already dangerous offence received a boost last week with the return of all-star receiver Chris Williams. The 29-year-old had 75 yards on three catches in his 2017 debut and can be expected to put up even more dangerous numbers as he is eased into the lineup.


    Kickoff is slated for 8:00 p.m. ET and can be followed live via CFL.ca Game Tracker and seen on TSN.
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    Sunday's CFL betting preview and odds: Lions at Roughriders


    Bryan Burnham was named one of the CFL's Top Performers of the Week after hauling in five passes for 131 yards and a touchdown against Saskatchewan.


    BC Lions at Saskatchewan Roughriders (+2, 56)


    The BC Lions look to beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders for the second time in nine days when they travel to Regina in the last game of a home-and-home set Sunday. The Lions jumped out to a big lead and never looked back en route to a 30-15 victory in the first matchup and hope to continue their dominance in the series by downing the Roughriders for the eighth consecutive time.


    Quarterback Jonathon Jennings is likely to return to the starting lineup after suffering a shoulder injury on the first play from scrimmage against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on July 15, bumping Travis Lulay into a backup role despite the veteran going 3-1 in his absence. Saskatchewan is heading in the wrong direction in an ultra-competitive West Division. The Roughriders, who trailed 30-0 before scoring two consolation touchdowns late in the fourth quarter against BC in Week 7, are the only team in the division with a losing record and sit six points behind the Lions as they desperately try to dig themselves out of the cellar by notching their first victory in the series since a 20-16 victory Aug. 24, 2014. "It's good for us to play them (again) because we get a chance to redeem ourselves," Saskatchewan defensive back Jovon Johnson told reporters. "We have to match their effort on the field and be the more physical team."

    TV:
    8 p.m. ET, TSN, ESPN2

    LINE HISTORY:
    The Lions opened up as 3.5-point road chalk and that number has been bet down to 2. The total opened at 54.5 and was driven up as high as 56 before fading to 55.5.

    ABOUT THE LIONS (5-2 SU, 4-2 ATS, 3-3 O/U):
    Bryan Burnham was named one of the CFL's Top Performers of the Week after hauling in five passes for 131 yards and a touchdown against Saskatchewan while Chris Williams had three receptions for 75 yards in his first game of 2017 after tearing his ACL last season. BC made some significant roster moves during the week bringing back veteran defensive end Ricky Foley, who was drafted by the Lions in 2005, and signing offensive lineman Andrew Jones to provide depth for a unit that is missing Cody Husband and David Foucault because of the concussion protocol. Defensive back Buddy Jackson is in line for another start as Anthony Gaitor continues to recover from an undisclosed injury.

    ABOUT THE ROUGHRIDERS (2-4 SU, 3-3 ATS, 3-3 O/U):
    Kevin Glenn completed 19-of-27 passes for 186 yards against BC to move past the legendary Ron Lancaster in sixth place on the CFL's all-time passing list. Duron Carter continued his stellar play of late, catching five passes for 83 yards and a touchdown to give him 14 receptions for 214 yards and three scores in his last two games. Saskatchewan moved offensive lineman Dan Clark (elbow) and defensive lineman Zach Minter (calf), who has registered seven tackles and a sack this season, to the six-game injured list with Brendon LaBatte sliding over to centre and Ese Mrabure filling in at defensive tackle.


    TRENDS:


    * Lions are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games in August.


    * Roughriders are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games in August.


    * Over is 6-1 in Lions last 7 games following a straight up win.


    * Over is 5-1 in Roughriders last 6 games following a ATS loss.


    * Lions are 4-0-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings in Saskatchewan.

    CONSENSUS:
    The road favorite Lions are getting 70 percent of the action from Covers users and the Over is picking up 58 percent of the totals wagers. View full consensus data for this matchup here.


    EXTRA POINTS:


    * BC is averaging 35.5 points over its last four games.


    * Saskatchewan has dropped 26 of its last 29 games against West Division rivals.


    * Lions LB Solomon Elimimian leads the CFL with 51 tackles.
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    SUNDAY, AUGUST 13


    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS


    BC at SSK 08:00 PM


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    RIDERS HAND LIONS 41-8 DEFEAT AFTER FORCING SEVEN TURNOVERS



    REGINA — It was a tale of two games, as the Saskatchewan Roughriders avenged their lopsided Week 7 loss to the BC Lions by handing them a 41-8 defeat at home on Sunday night.


    Defence led the way all game long for the Riders, with defensive back Ed Gainey racking up an unbelievable four interceptions and a fumble return, and Saskatchewan’s defensive front registering four sacks on the night.


    Riders quarterback Kevin Glenn had a solid performance with 320 yards and three touchdown passes, securing the 97th win of his CFL career. The victory snapped the Lions’ seven game winning streak against the Riders.


    The Riders’ second drive of the game started with momentum after a 20-yard punt return from Christion Jones. Saskatchewan then entered Lions territory for the first time when quarterback Kevin Glenn found receiver Bakari Grant for the game’s opening first down.


    The drive led to a single point for the Riders after Tyler Crapigna’s missed field goal attempt was fielded in the end zone by BC’s Chris Rainey.


    Lions quarterback Jonathon Jennings showed some rust in the opening quarter when he was picked off by Saskatchewan’s Ed Gainey on a missed throw downfield. Jennings attempted to find receiver Shaq Johnson on the play.


    The Riders’ offence began to move the ball with success after forcing the game’s first turnover, as running back Greg Morris broke free for a 21-yard run to start the drive. Saskatchewan added another first down on the following play when running back Cameron Marshall took a short pass and turned it upfield for 23 yards.


    Glenn capped off the drive with a beautifully placed over-the-shoulder pass to Bakari Grant for the 35-yard touchdown, beating Lions defensive back Anthony Thompson to put the Riders up 8-0. Glenn threw for 233 yards in the first half alone.


    Things did not get much easier for the Lions after surrendering the score. Gainey made another spectacular play for the Riders’ defence, going up high to grab his second interception of the half before taking it 49 yards for the defensive touchdown.


    The play was Gainey’s first interception returned for a touchdown in his career, and it put the Riders up 15-0 near the end of the first quarter.


    The Riders kept on rolling after the defensive score. Glenn came out firing on the team’s next offensive series, connecting with receiver Naaman Roosevelt for 39 yards. Glenn found receiver Duron Carter on the next play to move the chains again before the end of the first quarter.


    Glenn threw another big strike to Roosevelt as the second quarter kicked off, and the speedy receiver took it 23 yards to the edge of the BC goal line. Cameron Marshall rushed it in for the short 1-yard touchdown run two plays later, putting the Riders up 22-0.


    Momentum appeared to swing in BC’s favour after an errant Glenn pass was intercepted by Lions defensive back Loucheiz Purifoy. Jennings then completed his biggest throws of the first half, finding receivers Shaq Johnson and Nick Moore for 21 yards each.


    But Jennings and company were stifled again when another throw was picked off by Gainey, who registered his third interception of the half. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay came into the game after the interception, relieving Jennings under centre until halftime.


    The Riders continued to move the chains near the end of the first half, with a drive that began with an explosive 39-yard punt return from Christion Jones. Cameron Marshall scored his second touchdown of the game on the next play, this time taking the ball into the end zone with a 29-yard catch out of the backfield to help put his team up 29-0.


    Jennings returned as starting quarterback for BC after halftime, and the Lions appeared to be in the midst of a big drive after running back Jeremiah Johnson found daylight on a brilliant 50-yard gallop.


    But things took an unfortunate turn when Jennings was picked off for the fourth time in the game, as Riders linebacker Derrick Moncrief reeled in a pass intended for receiver Chris Williams. The interception was the first of Moncrief’s CFL career.


    The Riders’ passing game picked up right where they left off in the second half. Glenn led another impressive drive that included a 39-yard pass to fullback Spencer Moore, and a 7-yard scoring strike to Duron Carter near the right side of the end zone. Carter’s grab helped increase the Riders’ lead to 36 points.


    The Lions started to get things going on offence in the fourth quarter, as Jennings began to connect with his receivers on big throws. Jennings found receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux twice on the drive, including a 20-yard pass that helped set up BC’s biggest play of the night.


    It was then that dynamic receiver Chris Williams did what he does best, scorching the Riders’ secondary for a huge 56-yard touchdown catch that helped narrow the lead at 36-8.


    The Riders would later add a safety and a field goal near the end of the fourth quarter, however, putting them up 41-8.


    In a fitting end to the game, Ed Gainey made another standout play on defence by notching his fourth interception on the night. Gainey’s four interceptions stand as a new Riders record.


    The Lions will look to bounce back in Week 9 when they host the Calgary Stampeders, while the Roughriders will have a week off before heading to Edmonton to take on the Eskimos.
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    WEEK 9

    Thursday, August 17, 2017

    Time (ET) Away Home
    8:30 PM Edmonton Eskimos Winnipeg Blue Bombers

    Friday, August 18, 2017

    Time (ET) Away Home
    7:30 PM Ottawa Redblacks Hamilton Tiger Cats
    10:30 PM Calgary Stampeders British Columbia Lions

    Saturday, August 19, 2017

    Time (ET) Away Home
    4:00 PM Montreal Alouettes Toronto Argonauts




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    WEST DIVISION




    RK TEAM GP W L T PTS F A HOME AWAY DIV



    1 Edmonton 7 7 0 0 14 204 169 4-0-0 3-0-0 2-0-0


    2 Calgary 7 5 1 1 11 254 145 3-0-0 2-1-1 2-0-0

    3 Winnipeg 7 5 2 0 10 241 221 2-1-0 3-1-0 1-2-0

    4 BC 8 5 3 0 10 228 222 2-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0

    5 Saskatchewan 7 3 4 0 6 197 172 3-1-0 0-3-0 1-3-0




    EAST DIVISION


    RK TEAM GP W L T PTS F A HOME AWAY DIV

    1 Montreal 7 3 4 0 6 162 159 3-1-0 0-3-0 1-1-0

    2 Toronto 8 3 5 0 6 185 225 2-2-0 1-3-0 3-1-0

    3 Ottawa 8 1 6 1 3 214 229 1-3-1 0-3-0 1-2-0


    4 Hamilton 7 0 7 0 0 130 273 0-3-0 0-4-0 0-1-0
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