Edmonton Eskimos at Hamilton Tigers-Cats
Friday, October 04, 2019 – 07:00 PM EDT at Tim Horton’s Field
Following a straight-up four-game losing streak, Edmonton was able to grind out a 21-16 road win against Ottawa on Saturday as a seven-point favorite. The Eskimos are an even 7-7 SU on the year but just 4-10 ATS. Trevor Harris remains out of the lineup at quarterback with Logan Kilgore taking his place. Kilgore threw for 223 yards and a score against the RedBlacks.
Hamilton is 11-3 SU (9-4-1 ATS) and one win away from clinching the East. The Tiger-Cats hammered Winnipeg 33-13 last Friday as five-point road underdogs. They are 6-0 SU and 4-1-1 ATS at home this season. Two weeks ago, Hamilton beat Edmonton 30-27 on the road as a slight 1.5-point favorite, but this time around will not be that close.
Calgary Stampeders at Montreal Alouettes
Saturday, October 05, 2019 – 04:00 PM EDT at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium
Calgary Goes on The Road to Avenge an Earlier Loss to The Alouettes
The Stampeders went into last week’s bye with a SU four-game winning streak while going 2-1-1 ATS. They will be looking to avenge a 40-34 loss to Montreal on Aug. 17 closing as five-point home favorites. The big difference this time around will be Bo Levi Mitchell at quarterback. He missed a number of games due to injury, but he has thrown for 1,732 yards and eight scores in the six games he did start.
Montreal needs just one more win to clinch its first playoff berth since 2014. It is coming off a 25-23 loss to BC as a six-point road underdog. Vernon Adams Jr. had to sit that game out at quarterback due to a one-game league suspension. He is expected to be back in the lineup for Saturday’s inter-division tilt. Each team’s quarterback should be able to light things up on the scoreboard.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Saskatchewan Roughriders
Saturday, October 05, 2019 – 07:00 PM EDT at Mosaic Stadium
Winnipeg Eyes The Season Series Edge Against West Division Foe Saskatchewan
Winnipeg has lost its place at the top of the West Division standings with three SU losses in its last three games. It continues to forge on with its quarterback Trevor Harris sidelined due to injury. In his place, Chris Streveler has thrown for 1,002 yards with six touchdown passes against eight interceptions.
The Roughriders moved into a tie for first in the West with Calgary after beating Toronto 41-16 on Saturday as six-point road favorites. Their only loss in their last nine games was on the road against Winnipeg in a 35-10 loss as 2.5-point underdogs. Saskatchewan has failed to cover in three of its last four games, but it is 6-3 ATS this season when closing as a favorite. Lay the points and take to home team winning the rubber match in the three-game season series.
Toronto Argonauts at British Columbia Lions
Saturday, October 05, 2019 – 10:00 PM EDT at BC Place
The Argonauts Continue to Ride Out The String in a Road Game Out West
Toronto has just two SU wins this season against 11 losses. One of those losses was early in the season against BC at home in a tight 18-17 setback as an eight-point home underdog. The total stayed UNDER 52.5 points. The Argonauts are averaging just 19.7 points a game on offense and their defense is ranked last in the CFL in points allowed (33.0).
The Lions are 4-10 SU with all four victories coming against the East Division. BC’s Week 16 victory over Montreal was its third SU win in a row. It is also 5-2 ATS in its last seven contests. The total has stayed UNDER in the Lions’ last six games. It has also stayed UNDER seven of the last eight meetings between these two teams.