This Sunday November 11th, the CFL playoffs kickoff. The Ottawa Redblacks and Calgary Stampeders have earned 1st round byes while this weekend the BC Lions will face the Hamilton Ticats and the Saskatchewan Roughriders will play the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to see who advances to the conference finals.
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Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants NFL Wednesday Night Handicapping Tips
Giants Begin Road to Super Bowl Repeat
Under head coach Tom Coughlin, the Giants have struggled in the first half of seasons, but have finished strong twice to secure Super Bowl's XLII and XLVI. New York has some question marks heading into the season at wide receiver and running back after the team let Brandon Jacobs and Mario Manningham leave via free agency. The Giants hope that this season will be kinder to them in the first half so they do not have to fight for a playoff spot at the end of the schedule.
Cowboys Looking for Redemption After Lost Season
Dallas has been trying to knock down the Giants for a couple of seasons now and will look for redemption and some bragging rights Wednesday night when they travel to East Rutherford. The Cowboys have lost five of the last six games against New York in the regular season including two losses last season. Tight End Jason Witten is listed as doubtful for tonight's game because of his spleen.
One of the best online sportsbooks around, Sportsbook.com, has the New York Giants as tiny favorites over the Dallas Cowboys at -3.5. The moneyline for the game has the Giants at -190 and the Cowboys at +170. The total points for the game sits at 45.5. It is best if you take the defending Super Bowl champion Giants over the Cowboys at -3.5 tonight.
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The Wildcard games have concluded and the 4 Divisional matchups are set. Red Sox, Yankees will have the most marquee appeal but all series are intriguing and this postseason lineup of baseball looks as good as any that can be recalled in recent memory.