CFL Picks: Two-Team Parlay For Week 15

David Lawrence

Tuesday, September 29, 2015 5:45 PM GMT

Here is a look at the best two-team parlay for Week 15 of the CFL season.As we provide you with solid football picks.

Calgary Stampeders (-3) vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats
This game looked like a potential Grey Cup preview before Hamilton quarterback and the favorite to win this year’s Most Outstanding Player award Zack Collaros suffered a season ending torn ACL in a 25-18 loss to Edmonton in Week 13. The Tiger-Cats had the bye week to prepare and get backup Jeff Mathews up to speed but there is no denying the considerable drop off between him and Collaros and the impact it will have on the Hamilton offense. Mathews might not need to play at an MOP level for the Tiger-Cats to win some games and make the playoffs out of the East division but they will certainly be in tough without Collaros against Calgary. The Stampeders are coming off consecutive wins and are 10-3 but with the Eskimos right behind them in the West division they still have to play with a sense of urgency that should help translate to another win in Hamilton on Friday Night Football this week. This would have been a very exciting game if Collaros was able to play but with the Tiger-Cats missing their star quarterback, it will be tough for them to keep up with a dominant Calgary offense in what could end up being a lopsided loss for the home side. They’re just a small field goal underdog according to the CFL odds but this looks like a good spot to take my football pick on Calgary.

Canadian Football Pick: Stampeders -3 at BetOnline

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Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. BC Lions(-3)
BC has looked like an absolute mess at times this season and that was certainly the case this past weekend as they allowed 22 unanswered points in their 39-23 loss to Edmonton. The Lions have now lost five of their last six but if there is a silver lining to take from that game against the Eskimos it is the fact that Jonathon Jennings looked pretty good in his first-career CFL start under center. Jennings threw for 281 yards and two touchdowns and gave his team a chance to win on the final play before the game ended on a failed Hail Mary that was intercepted. BC will take the positives from that game including Jennings’ play and hope to carry them over in to their date with a Roughriders’ team that is coming off just its second win of the season. Saskatchewan is still 0-5 on the road this season and that makes this the perfect opportunity for the Lions to break out of their funk and earn a big win at home that will put them right back in to the mix as a playoff contender in the West.

Canadian Football Pick: Lions -3 at 5Dimes

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