Ian Continues To Slay CFL Betting With Week 10 Picks

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Ian Cameron

Thursday, August 24, 2017 3:39 PM GMT

Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017 3:39 PM GMT

Ian Cameron is flying solo today to take another week of CFL betting head on with the 3 Down Breakdown! Pay attention to one of the best Canadian Football League handicappers in the industry!

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BC +1 -110 (375)

West teams are 17-2-1 SU against East opponents this season. Ottawa beating a winless Hamilton team last week doesn't prove to me that they are back on track. Ottawa still has just 2 wins on the season and have yet to defeat a team from the West Division to this point and their only other victory came in a 5 point home win against Montreal in which the Redblacks were fortunate to escape with a victory needing a goal line stand late. Ottawa's defense is ranked 7th or worse in total yards, passing yards and total points allowed which should give the Lions offense a chance to get back on track after B2B weeks in which BC was held below 20 points. This will be the 3rd game back from injury for QB Jonathon Jennings who I am expecting to be more comfortable under center this week. 2 game losing streaks like this one have been very rare for BC as they have not lost three straight games since the 2015 season. The Lions are a perfect 3-0 SU and ATS against the East this season with all of those wins coming on the road. Expect more of the same here as I'll endorse the superior team from the far superior division as a wrongfully priced underdog.

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Toronto +10 -110 (377)

I think there is a case to be made here for taking double digit points with the Toronto Argonauts. Calgary's offense looked sluggish a week ago in a 21-17 win against BC and now there is talk emanating from the Stampeders camp that QB Bo Levi Mitchell and RB Jerome Messam have been banged up a bit in practice and that is what contributed to the offense's issues in BC last week. Calgary head coach Dave Dickinson is adamant that his QB and RB should be good to go on Saturday but there is definite concern whether either player will be at 100% for this game. It sure didn't appear that way last week based on the very rare off game from the entire Stampeders offense which mustered just 315 total yards well below their average of over 400 yards per game. On the flip side, Toronto is coming off a confidence building 38-6 romp over the Montreal Alouettes as the offense in QB Ricky Ray's return from injury put close to 400 passing yards.

The defense despite injuries along the defensive line and secondary shut down the Als and now faces a potentially injury plagued Calgary offense. The spot is dubious for the home favorite here too. Calgary already beat Toronto 41-24 on the road earlier this month. They have no sense of urgency to beat up on them again and the Stamps have a huge annual Labor Day showdown on deck against the division rival Edmonton Eskimos who just happen to be in 1st place in the West. This is the kind of spot that Toronto can step up in and compete enough to cover this large number IMO despite the struggles of East teams vs. the West this season.

The Best Lines for Both of these Games at Time of Writing Are Found At Pinnacle Sports

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