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Posted: 6/24/2012 2:40:02 PM

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Posted: 6/24/2012 6:08:10 PM
Hey TexanGambler,

I live just outside of Hamilton and I'm also an avid CFL fan and bettor and a fan of the Tiger-Cats. I tried to send you a PM about something but it didn't work cause you have to authorize me to send u PM's first. It was a CFL related question I wanted to ask you.
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Posted: 6/25/2012 11:48:25 AM
SASK-HAM OVER 50.5

This one looks like a real solid bet to me for Week 1. Hamilton enters the season with an offense poised to possibly be the best in the CFL. QB Henry Burris, a very strong RB duo of Avon Cobourne and impressive rookie Chevon Walker, and the deepest and most prolific receiving corps in the league which saw prized free agent Andy Fantuz added to the group. Hamilton should be able to score points in bunches all season. Burris looked fine in the preseason and has a chip on his shoulder to prove doubters (Calgary specifically) wrong.

Meanwhile, Hamilton's defense presents plenty of concerns early in the season. DE Greg Peach and DB Ryan Hinds will begin the season on the sidelines due to injury which will hurt the Ticats pass rush and their secondary which isn't very deep to begin with. Don't forget Hamilton lost their premier pass rusher to the NFL as Justin Hickman departed for an NFL opportunity. They did trade for veteran DB Geoff Tisdale from Calgary but he will just be learning the defense on the fly and it's probably unrealistic to expect him to make an immediate impact.

Saskatchewan's offense did show good signs in their final preseason game as Darian Durant got untracked with a solid showing. Their receiving corps is solid and often underrated---Rob Bagg, Chris Getzlaf and newcomer Sinorice Moss a former NFL player with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. Moss was impressive in the preseason for the Riders. Their starting RB is a rookie Kory Sheets and he rushed for over 90 yards in Saskatchewan's last preseason game. Expect the Riders offense to have their share of success against a rebuilding on the fly Hamilton defense which has spent the entire preseason shifting guys around on their defensive line and in the secondary.

With a total of 50.5 that is slightly below the average total for a CFL game, I think it's very reasonable to expect this game to eclipse that number. Hamilton could be playing a few shootouts early on until they get their defense straightened out.
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Posted: 6/25/2012 11:53:09 AM
Something I forget to mention in my reason for liking the Over...

Saskatchewan's defense giving up 77 points combined in their two preseason games against BC and Calgary. More importantly, their starting defensive unit was unable to get many stops on either BC's Travis Lulay or Calgary's Drew Tate in those two games. It's a Riders defense poised to struggle against this very potent Hamilton offense on Friday night.
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Posted: 6/26/2012 12:42:07 PM

Do like the OVER 50.5 in the Riders/Tabbies tilt

Anyone thinking that 55 is too high for the Als/Stamps game

Also going with the Argos to cover at home.

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Posted: 6/26/2012 1:59:19 PM

I really like the over as well in the hamilton game. Nice write up bo 350. I really like the argos to cover in edm. Ray will have a chip on his shoulder and im not big on jyles. esks again have a big problem on Defense and really like what toronto has done in the offseason. Goodluck.

 

 

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Posted: 6/26/2012 2:20:16 PM
The CATS and RIDERS r 18-8-1 over in the last 27 games.
The ARGOS r 11-3 ATS in last 14 games in EDM.
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Posted: 6/26/2012 8:29:12 PM
350 do you have any thoughts on the fact that Sask HC used to be hammies D Co-ord?
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Posted: 6/26/2012 9:02:02 PM
I'm just getting into CFL, so Ill just take the 2 dogs and 2 faves.
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Posted: 6/26/2012 10:17:00 PM
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Originally Posted by bobano350:

SASK-HAM OVER 50.5

This one looks like a real solid bet to me for Week 1. Hamilton enters the season with an offense poised to possibly be the best in the CFL. QB Henry Burris, a very strong RB duo of Avon Cobourne and impressive rookie Chevon Walker, and the deepest and most prolific receiving corps in the league which saw prized free agent Andy Fantuz added to the group. Hamilton should be able to score points in bunches all season. Burris looked fine in the preseason and has a chip on his shoulder to prove doubters (Calgary specifically) wrong.

Meanwhile, Hamilton's defense presents plenty of concerns early in the season. DE Greg Peach and DB Ryan Hinds will begin the season on the sidelines due to injury which will hurt the Ticats pass rush and their secondary which isn't very deep to begin with. Don't forget Hamilton lost their premier pass rusher to the NFL as Justin Hickman departed for an NFL opportunity. They did trade for veteran DB Geoff Tisdale from Calgary but he will just be learning the defense on the fly and it's probably unrealistic to expect him to make an immediate impact.

Saskatchewan's offense did show good signs in their final preseason game as Darian Durant got untracked with a solid showing. Their receiving corps is solid and often underrated---Rob Bagg, Chris Getzlaf and newcomer Sinorice Moss a former NFL player with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. Moss was impressive in the preseason for the Riders. Their starting RB is a rookie Kory Sheets and he rushed for over 90 yards in Saskatchewan's last preseason game. Expect the Riders offense to have their share of success against a rebuilding on the fly Hamilton defense which has spent the entire preseason shifting guys around on their defensive line and in the secondary.

With a total of 50.5 that is slightly below the average total for a CFL game, I think it's very reasonable to expect this game to eclipse that number. Hamilton could be playing a few shootouts early on until they get their defense straightened out.

Great write-up   

I know you are new here in the CFL forum but don't be shy to make your own threads and update your record each week seeing you feel that strong about your selections. Much easier for you to keep track that way and for others that want to see what you like and why that week if they chose.   

I have flip-flopped on this total too much to bet it either way but good luck.

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Posted: 6/27/2012 7:12:13 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by bobano350:

SASK-HAM OVER 50.5

This one looks like a real solid bet to me for Week 1. Hamilton enters the season with an offense poised to possibly be the best in the CFL. QB Henry Burris, a very strong RB duo of Avon Cobourne and impressive rookie Chevon Walker, and the deepest and most prolific receiving corps in the league which saw prized free agent Andy Fantuz added to the group. Hamilton should be able to score points in bunches all season. Burris looked fine in the preseason and has a chip on his shoulder to prove doubters (Calgary specifically) wrong.

Meanwhile, Hamilton's defense presents plenty of concerns early in the season. DE Greg Peach and DB Ryan Hinds will begin the season on the sidelines due to injury which will hurt the Ticats pass rush and their secondary which isn't very deep to begin with. Don't forget Hamilton lost their premier pass rusher to the NFL as Justin Hickman departed for an NFL opportunity. They did trade for veteran DB Geoff Tisdale from Calgary but he will just be learning the defense on the fly and it's probably unrealistic to expect him to make an immediate impact.

Saskatchewan's offense did show good signs in their final preseason game as Darian Durant got untracked with a solid showing. Their receiving corps is solid and often underrated---Rob Bagg, Chris Getzlaf and newcomer Sinorice Moss a former NFL player with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. Moss was impressive in the preseason for the Riders. Their starting RB is a rookie Kory Sheets and he rushed for over 90 yards in Saskatchewan's last preseason game. Expect the Riders offense to have their share of success against a rebuilding on the fly Hamilton defense which has spent the entire preseason shifting guys around on their defensive line and in the secondary.

With a total of 50.5 that is slightly below the average total for a CFL game, I think it's very reasonable to expect this game to eclipse that number. Hamilton could be playing a few shootouts early on until they get their defense straightened out.


You rip this off TSN, Sportsnet or The Score?
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Posted: 6/27/2012 2:21:02 PM

something to consider in picking the OVER

alot of new faces, rooster and coaching. I have to be impressed with the Ticats and the receiving corps. I think this type of receiving corps suits Burris. My only hestitation is with the Riders passing game, certainly put up some numbers last week, but we all know that was only exhibition. My lean for the OVER goes stronger as the game gets nearer.

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Posted: 6/27/2012 3:17:31 PM
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You rip this off TSN, Sportsnet or The Score?

Since you brought it up, it's sort of pointless to stop there. Go and see if you can find the same writeup on one of the sites you mentioned. Afterall you basically claimed he took or copied his writeup from one of those websites by 'talking the talk' as the saying goes. Now lets see you back up your claim by 'walking the walk'.  

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Posted: 6/29/2012 4:48:25 AM
I know nothing about CFL but isn't there a pretty good stat opening week for unders and dogs? 

I'm in Vegas this weekend and just need to make a few good plays..thinking about this unders/dogs system for week 1. I believe the stats back it up last 5 years. What do you guys think, eh? 

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Posted: 6/29/2012 11:51:40 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Canucklehead33:



You rip this off TSN, Sportsnet or The Score?

SO WHAT IF HE DID - ITS STILL A GOOD WRITE-UP ON THE
GAME DONE BY THOSE WRITERS THAT FOLLOW THE GAME .
READ IT OR NOT - MAKE YOUR PIC .

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Posted: 6/29/2012 12:14:47 PM

ODDS TO WIN THE GREY CUP
1 British Columbia 3.5-1 ...100.00
2 Toronto 7-1 ...50.00
3 Calgary 5-1 ...20.00
4 Winnipeg 8-1 ...10.00

 

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Posted: 6/29/2012 2:02:54 PM

HAMILTON -7 ...10.00
UNDER 51.5 ...10.00
HAMILTON -285 ...10.00

SCORE PREDICTION
Hamilton 30 ...Saskatchewan 15

BRITISH COLUMBIA
UNDER
BRITSIH COLUMBIA

SCORE PREDICTION
British Columbia 27 ...Winnipeg 17

EDMONTON
OVER
EDMONTON

SCORE PREDICTION
Edmonton 30 ...Toronto 24

MONTREAL
OVER
MONTREAL

SCORE PREDICTION
Montreal 32 ...Calgary 31

10.00 PARLAY
HAMILTON -7
BRITISH COLUMBIA -7.5
MONTREAL +2.5
MONTREAL OVER 54

10.00 PARLAY
HAMILTON UNDER 51.5
BRITISH COLUMBIA UNDER 50.5
EDMONTON PK
EDMONTON OVER 54

10.00 PARLAY
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MONTREAL OVER
HAMILTON UNDER
EDMONTON

10.00 PARLAY
HAMILTON
MONTREAL
BRITISH COLUMBIA UNDER
EDMONTON OVER

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Posted: 6/29/2012 2:06:35 PM
How much on the Montreal and BC plays?  10 on each as well?
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Posted: 6/29/2012 2:15:21 PM
What does it mean when u don't put a number next to the gAme? Like the BC game?

Thanks and best of luck this season
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Posted: 6/29/2012 4:58:05 PM

Stay 10.00 if win

Bet double if loss

10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000

Watch your time or game clock before you make the wager in the next game

 

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Posted: 6/29/2012 5:14:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TexanGambler:

Stay 10.00 if win

Bet double if loss

10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000

Watch your time or game clock before you make the wager in the next game

 

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Posted: 6/29/2012 9:57:59 PM
BRITISH COLUMBIA -8 ...20.00
UNDER 51 ...20.00
BRITISH COLUMBIA -330 ...20.00
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Posted: 6/30/2012 11:14:35 AM
BOL in the CFL this year TexanGambler
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Posted: 6/30/2012 12:12:06 PM
EDMONTON +1 ...10.00
OVER 48.5 ...10.00
EDMONTON -105 ...10.00
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