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Author: [CFL] Topic: CFL thoughts,plays & rambles: 20-33 -10.4 UNITS S.U YTD,MIX SPORT PARLAYS 3-13 +13.65 UNITS YTD
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#1
Posted: 8/23/2012 4:59:51 PM
I was hanging on last week and only down a few units until the T.O/CAL game where I took a beating I ended up liking the U in the SASK/BC game with the Leos holding their L2 opponents to single digits (on the road) but I was unsure of the spread at nearly a t.d so I decided to lay of the game entirely therefore finishing the week down -10.3 units on my S.U CFL plays,0-4 on mixed sport parlays. But thats in the past and I have to say I like the side and love the total in the first game of the week tonight.


If MON puts up 36 in the PEG and then 38 in EDM vs what had been a solid D up to that game. I don't see why they can't get that many tonight AT HOME especially vs a suspect TiCats defense that has allowed 309 yards passing as well as 135 yards rushing on average over their L3 game. When MON has thrown for 330 and ran for 120 per game over their L3


And now with top back Brandon Whitaker and number 1 receiver Jamel Richardson likely back in the mix tonight for the AL's things don't look like they're gonna get any easy for the HAMMER's D.


On the other side of the ball HAMMY should be able to put up enough to cover their end of the deal (thinking mid 20's) since MON's D hasn't exactly been world beaters either. However with that said they have done well against the run limiting opponents to an average of under 65 yards per game on the ground L3.


 Add that to the fact that the TiCats have only ran for less than 80 yards per game (avg) over their L3 and that may make them a little one dimensional and pass happy which could allow the MON pass rush to pin their ears back and get after Burris. Also Chevon Walker and his 452 yards on the ground,only 16 behind Cory Sheets for the league lead will be out for HAM and Cobourne is back in after being a healthy scratch all year.


And on top of that it's Anthony Calvillo's 40th B-Day tonight and I'm sure the crowd will be rockin' and his teammates will have a little extra spring in their legs tonight wanting to win one for Ole Grey Bush
Calvillo.





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Posted: 8/23/2012 5:01:23 PM
MIXED SPORT PARLAY:

(1)STL-CARDS -1.5 -145 to DET-TIGERS -1.5 -130 to MON-AL's ML -175 to HAM/MON O 60.5 -110 = +800
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Posted: 8/23/2012 7:32:54 PM
Calling it 41-26 AL's....


CFL:

(1)MON FH -2.5 -110

(2)MON FH -2.5 -110 to the O 30 -115 +255

(3)MON/HAM O 60.5 -110 X1.5 UNITS

(4)MON -4  -110 X 1.5 UNITS

(5)MON ML -175 to the O 60.5 -110 +200





MIXED:


(1)BOSUX ML +105 to MON-AL's ML -175 to HAM/MON O 60.5 -110 +515

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Posted: 8/23/2012 8:53:32 PM
I still see MON winning this game by at least 3 so the SH line of -3 when they're down by 5 is great.


CFL:

(1)MON SH -3 -110 X 2.5 UNITS

(2)HAM/MON SH O 30.5 -115

(3)MON SH -3 -110 to the O 30.5 -115 +255

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