Football north of the border is the focus as we bring the CFL Review for Week Three. Lots of thrilling action with one of the premier power struggles atop the league ended in a stalemate. Who now holds the momentum as we roll into Wednesday the 13th’s action? A look at this and so much more as HRWager brings you the profit potential of betting on the Canadian Football League.
CFL Review : Week Three Draw?!
Ottawa got the upper hand if at all possible in a 26-26 tie at Calgary. First one in the league since 2009. This result solidifies that the RedBlacks are for real and is a good follow up to their championship game appearance last year. 2-0-1 sees them as the only team without a loss after only three weeks. Powerhouses like Edmonton have come in and disappointed us this year. Their defense is complete mush with allowing over 40 points per game.
Second Tier Teams
Argos (2-1) have rebounded from their opening flop ushering in their marvelous new stadium. Ricky Ray has recovered from the Hamilton beatdown to lead them to wins both at home and on the road. Upset over BC has Toronto riding a wave of momentum right now. Even though the BC Lions are above them in the standings, do not give up on the Calgary Stampeders at 1-1-1. Projected for big things, they are playing a vibrant brand of football that is both enjoyable to rail and invest in. Look for them to exceed expectations this month.
Finally we shall not forget the fades. The dregs of the league that manage to defy expectations in the opposite direction. Totals on the Eskimos should be going down. This level of production and allowing points to be scored wears down a team for unnecessary reasons. Look for their experience to reign this one starting this week. Montreal (1-1) has gotten decent value at QB but once a little bit more film is on him, his tendencies will be discovered. Look for the Alouettes to crash back to earth real soon. Good fortune in your CFL wagering decisions and we will have our free pick for Week Four on Tuesday for the 13th’s game here at the HRW.