CFL Free Picks : Montreal @ Toronto 7/25

CFL Free Picks

HRWager has your CFL Free Pick to profit from on a Monday.  The strongest trend in the early going of the 2016 season is still going strong.  Has it been more happenstance than a reflection of what is on the field?  Quarterbacks are falling or being replaced in rapid fashion around the league.  So even though Montreal is 1-2 and one of the worst teams in the league, one should not auto fade them without looking at all facts coming into this one! 7:30 PM start for this one so let us profit from our football investment right now at HRWager.

CFL Free Picks : Glenn is Back

Ottawa lost their stellar starter to injury and the Blue Bombers have made a change at helm for next week.  We are getting into the first period of dissatisfaction in the schedule.  Certain teams are ready to flip the switch to change their fortunes.  Winnipeg has done so but is there panic in Montreal’s camp?  Kevin Glenn is back for Montreal and has looked decent.  He had an eye infection that kept him out from the last game.  His timing will be a little off and the receiving options are not the best in terms of separation from defenses.  A total of 45 to 46 with the spread -6 on the Argos have the sharps and oddsmakers skeptical about the offensive prospects of the Alouettes in this one.

Road Warriors?!

CFL strong trend is that the road team is rolling to wins.  This time we have only one home winner in three and that was by the skin of their teeth with the opposition also losing their starting quarterback.  Toronto is winless at their new stadium and have management plus fans clamoring for the win. Here we have a difference in mindset between the organization.  Toronto still has confidence in themselves.  They were relaxed yet business like in their preparation.  Montreal opted for the explosion route.  Duron Carter was highly critical and vocal with his dissatisfaction from the Alouettes.  Management decided to fine him.  Things could go south for Montreal in a hurry.

Invest in the Argo’s this evening.  -6 is a lot to overcome but Montreal is a mess.  It is more than just getting their QB back.  Offensive options are limited in the speed department.  Teams that dont hand the ball over with turnovers present Montreal with problems.  Argos finally get that win at home and cover the spread.  Good fortune with your sports investments and we shall see you on Tuesday here at the HRW.


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