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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NFL Pro Bowl: AFC vs NFC Online Betting Odds
NFC: Playing to regain lead in the series
Coming into this year's Pro Bowl, the NFC all-stars will look to regain the lead in the series between the two conferences, which is currently tied at 21 wins apiece. The NFC, despite losing last year's game, has won three of the past five meetings with the AFC. The NFC seems to have a slight edge with the offensive firepower in this year's game, led by some of the most talented quarterbacks in the entire league.
AFC: Can the defense come up with another win
In last year's Pro Bowl, the AFC defense was able to hold off a late press by the NFC to hang on for a win to tie the all-time series at 21 wins apiece. Can the AFC's defense do the same this year? We will see, as the AFC comes in with a stacked defensive roster that could be better than last year's team that came away with a 59-41 win. Look for the AFC to try and overpower the NFC with a defensive assault.
This year's Pro Bowl between the AFC and the NFC should be just as explosive and intriguing as previous games, but we still cannot get used to the fact that it is played the week prior to the Super Bowl, leaving out players from teams headed to the title game. WilliamHill.com has the over/under set at 84 points. We will bet 10 percent of our bankroll on the NFC and under 84 points for the game total on Sunday.
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