Not stupid at all.Honestly why you gotta say that stupid shit?
Not stupid at all.
In this case...
Is damn sharp.
Gets the best of the #.
Will win in the long run more times than not.
He said he's had a blah few weeks. I see someone that is ready to get hot (we've seen it many times from him all sports).
I think we'll see a few very good weeks.
They would have slept in their own beds after the Edmonton game too, I'm treating it as if it was a home gameMy only lean right now is Calgary +4. I made the line 3.5 so its probably about where it should be. But I just have this feeling that Calgary is up to the task of hanging with Winnipeg. They have a very good OL which is what you need to buy time against that defence. And Bo is out to silence doubters this year and what better way to do it than with a statement game here. The Bombers had their own statement game last week when Zach Collaros played out of his mind to remind everyone that he is still the league's premier QB. That game was a big hype fest and I'm not seeing the same for this game, even though its also a battle of unbeatens, so will Winnipeg come with the same effort this week or is it a letdown spot?
OTOH this is Calgary's second road game in a row although last week vs Edmonton was a cake walk. They are also have a few key guys who haven't practiced this week so that bears watching. Richie Sindani and Jonathan Moxey. Winnipeg's injury report is so small it could fit inside a fortune cookie.
Winnipeg is in a bad spot, that's one I'm looking at most right now, but agreed on it not being a great week for lines
The two totals on saturday both at 44.5 right now seem low to me at first look, but haven't looked in detail yet
Saskatchewan toronto is in nova Scotia too. Forgot about that until I just saw the ad on tvAgree on the totals. All are well below the scoring avg this season.
LY with Evans starting the Redblacks averaged <16 points per game so you are counting on Hamilton doing a lot of the scoring there.
And I don't know if I could trust MBT to deliver points the way he's been playing so far. Toronto hasn't gone over 22 yet.
Thanks for the input. I know I am on a crappy team, but I am fading Montreal on a high sucker bet line. I might be a sucker here. Historically Montreal sucks as chalk and I am going with it. I see a close game, but I like the AC hire.I want to take Edmonton but I don't think I can do it unless it hits 10. I don't think Montreal has earned the right to be big favs to anyone just yet. I made this line 5.5. How do they respond to all the changes in the last 2 weeks? New HC, new DC Noel Thorpe hired only a week ago, new play caller Anthony Calvillo. They all have experience but its a lot of new pieces and I would still like to know where the team's head is at after losing Khari Jones who was very popular with his players.
But with Edmonton adding yet another 2 players to the 6gm (bringing the total to 13), they are starting to run out of qualified bodies at some positions. And they are starting Taylor Cornelius who, in limited action LY showed a few flashes but ultimately didn't look like a starting option. Has he progressed in year 2? I'm not sure I want to risk money to find out.
eta...another thing that's not getting a lot of attention is that MTL dumped their MLB Tre Watson during the bye week citing discipline issues and will be starting 1st overall pick Tyrell Richards there. Is he this year's Jordan X Williams? I kinda doubt it. Not yet anyway.
I definitely lean to your side and I'll be rooting for you budThanks for the input. I know I am on a crappy team, but I am fading Montreal on a high sucker bet line. I might be a sucker here. Historically Montreal sucks as chalk and I am going with it. I see a close game, but I like the AC hire.