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CFL Playoff Odds: Division Finals Best Bets
Two stunning upsets later and we have what should be an explosive CFL Division Finals and CFL playoff odds couldn’t come here any sooner. We get Chapter IV of the Banjo Bowl as bitter rivals Saskatchewan and Winnipeg clash in Regina while the Edmonton Eskimos head to the CFL-leading Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ home. As last week proved, this is all up for grabs! Let’s get to the odds.
- Hamilton Tiger-Cats - odds
- Saskatchewan Roughriders – odds
- Winnipeg Bombers – odds
- Edmonton Eskimos - odds
We get Chapter IV of the Banjo Bowl as bitter rivals Saskatchewan and Winnipeg clash in Regina while the Edmonton Eskimos head to the CFL-leading Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ home. As last week proved, this is all up for grabs!
Let’s get to the odds.
CFL Playoffs – Betting Facts:
- Hamilton has won 4 of its last 5 meetings vs Edmonton
- Saskatchewan has won 4 of its last 5 home games vs Winnipeg
- The total has gone over in six of the last 10 games between Hamilton and Edmonton
- The total has gone under in six of the last 10 games between Saskatchewan and Winnipeg
- Winnipeg has the longest Grey Cup drought in the CFL at 29 years
CFL Playoff Odds: Match-up Preview
Let’s take a quick look at the four teams competing in the Division Finals including their CFL Playoff odds – chances to win the Grey Cup 2019.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs Edmonton Eskimos
The Tiger-Cats are the favourites to win the Grey Cup thanks to one of the most dominant regular seasons in franchise history. The “Tabbies” led the CFL in both offense and defense and they did most of this with quarterback Jeremiah Masoli on the sidelines.
The Eskimos won’t be intimidated as they were underdogs heading to Montreal facing a red-hot Alouettes team. They edged them and will now look to notch their second straight road victory, no small feat but something quarterback Trevor Harris has experience doing.
Hamilton is unbeaten at home and has a monstrous defense. This team had 13 players named as CFL All-Stars. They can beat you in any type of game. But the Eskimos have Harris, who is the wild card of these playoffs. Harris has a chip on his shoulder being on the bench for both of his Grey Cup victories but he set multiple playoff passing records.
As Bo Levi Mitchell proved against Winnipeg, it boils down to quarterback play. If Harris is lights out, he’ll give Hamilton a run for their money. But anything less than stellar and the Tiger-Cats should roll.
Saskatchewan Roughriders vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers
This is an historic season for the Roughriders, who finished with the most wins in franchise history in almost 50 seasons. But they’ll need to back it up by getting over their archnemesis, the Bombers. The last time these two met in the playoffs, Winnipeg upset Saskatchewan.
The Roughriders will have to rely on their defense, which is the second-best in the CFL. Quarterback Cody Fajardo is banged up and the Bombers are riding high after making the great Bo Levi Mitchell throw the worst game of his career.
While Saskatchewan is tough to beat at home (8-1), they are vulnerable right now. To rub salt on the wound, their former quarterback, Zach Collaros will be leading the Bombers against them. Collaros has come back from the dead and while he hasn’t been invincible, he has made enough plays to be a difference-maker.
Timing is everything. The Bombers found their answer at quarterback with Collaros and they are in peak form. Look for Winnipeg to keep it going by rolling into Saskatchewan with another emphatic victory.
CFL odds of making playoffs – Each Team’s X-Factor
Each of these four teams got this far because of different reasons. CFL odds of making the playoffs had them all at different lines at the start and middle of the season but they all ended up here thanks to their main advantage. Here are the X-Factors for each team:
Hamilton Tiger-Cats: Depth
You don’t finish at the top of the CFL in both offense and defense without proper teamwork. The Tiger-Cats don’t have many weaknesses whether it’s their running game, special teams, or playmaking on both ends of the ball. It will take a complete meltdown or a superstar performance from the other team to beat them.
Edmonton Eskimos: Quarterback
Luckily for the Eskimos, their quarterback is their trump card. Harris missed six games in the regular season and the Eskimos’ offense stagnated. But he returned and put on his best performance against the Alouettes. He has a habit of coming up big in the postseason and already has experience beating Hamilton.
Saskatchewan Roughriders: Defense
The Riders have consistently had a solid defense and it went to a new level this season thanks to a formidable offense. Their defense didn’t lead in most categories but was also in the top three in every single one. With Fajardo hurting, the D will have to take it to the next level.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers: Playmaking
Opposite to the Roughriders, the Bombers are filled with playmakers. They can be feast-or-famine on defense alternating between big plays to getting lit up. Lately, it has been more of the former. Collaros adds a new element to their passing and this could be the most unpredictable but also deadliest team right now.
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