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Posted: 11/16/2012 11:57:08 PM
YTD: 14-4 ATS


Toronto +5

No fancy writeup or insight for this one. I'm simply taking what I believe to be an equal (or better) team catching 5 points. The Argos have a veteran QB that rarely makes mistakes, an equal defense, better special teams and a better run game. Montreal has been flirting with danger all year and they'll be in tough here with a banged up squad against a solid team. Homefield means little to me here when we've got a Toronto team that went 6-3 ATS on the road this year.

GL.
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Posted: 11/17/2012 1:48:40 PM

Andarmac,

 

I'm a Montreal homer though I am a Ticat season ticket holder.

I'll be going to the Grey Cup this year and the way I see this game you have the hottest team in the league with their QB healthy who missed 2/3 games vs. the Als earlier yet he won his start against them 23-20.

Conversely MTL is missing London and Whitaker. This is not like days of old when TOR had good "D"'s but didnt have the offensive horses to keep up. Milanovich knows how to beat them and he will be looking to sock AC in the mouth and get to him often. They do that and MTL is not the same team.

MTL is not gonna cover and may lose outright  by 3-4.

 

Enjoy the games Brother.

 

When will these guys stop going up against the NFL on Sundays esp. during playoffs. I've asked virtually the L3 commissioners in person incl. Cohon and they all have the same B.S. diplomatic lip service reply re: the purists will always tune in and why should they back down.....blah blah blah.

Answer:Because you are full of crap and living in Utopia and you are losing a ton of broadcasting revenue on those Sundays you morons. Maybe some of us love BOTH leagues....maybe a few MILLION of us!

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Posted: 11/17/2012 1:55:26 PM
could not agree with you more, knowing the NHL is locked out it would have been the perfect timing to play on Saturday night as I'm sure they'd attract many more viewers.  I've had this discussion with many who always put the NFL first.
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Posted: 11/17/2012 2:12:55 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by u2tml:

could not agree with you more, knowing the NHL is locked out it would have been the perfect timing to play on Saturday night as I'm sure they'd attract many more viewers.  I've had this discussion with many who always put the NFL first.

I don't know if it's possible to change a professional league's schedule half way through the season to put football games on Saturday night.

Games will stop airing on Sundays when the ratings stop going up. Sucks for people who like the NFL, but there are a ton of people who couldn't care less about the NFL (older generation) and they keep the tv ratings up.
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Posted: 11/17/2012 2:25:21 PM
should have been more clear, I meant they could have changed the playoff games to Saturday night.......
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