Argonauts vs. Tiger-Cats Prediction: CFL Week 21 Point Spread, Odds
November 02, 2019, 7:00 PM ET | Tim Hortons Field
The Tiger-Cats are looking forward to hosting the East final in a couple weeks, but first they conclude their regular season against their provincial rival the Argos. Not much on the line for both of these clubs except perhaps personal stats.
CFL Odds and BettingThe Tiger-Cats will be looking for the season series sweep against the Argos. In the two previous games this season, the Cats have outscored the Argos 102-41.
The Tiger-Cats are a perfect 8-0 this season at Tim Horton’s Field, and have the best point differential in the league at +204.
The Argos are 2-7-2 against the spread in their last nine games when playing teams with a winning record and 4-16-1 ATS in their last 21 games against Hamilton.
At +200 the Tiger-Cats are the favorites to win the Grey Cup at Sports Interaction.
The Argos will close out the 2019 season on the road in Hamilton Saturday evening. Since the firing of General Manager Jim Popp, the team is 2-1 in three games.
Last week in a 39-9 win over the Redblacks, Head Coach Corey Chamblin used all three Quarterbacks on the roster, and all three played well. McLeod Bethel-Thompson threw for 198 yards and two touchdowns; Dakota Prukop was 6-of-8 for 98 yards, while Canadian Michael O’Connor was 5-of-9 for 61 yards. For the former UBC Thunderbirds starter, it was his first taste of CFL action.
Of note, Receiver Armanti Edwards had his best game of the season last week hauling in six catches for 126 yards and a touchdown.
The Tiger-Cats keep rolling and registered win number 14 last weekend in Montreal, which is a franchise high, and can add one more to it with a win Saturday against the Argos.
Dane Evans continues to fire around the ball, coming off his seventh 300+ passing yards (29-of-36 for 379 yards) game against the Alouettes. In 11 games he’s ranked sixth in yardage with 3754 for an average of 341.3 yards per game.
Receiver Brandon Banks had a career day against the Alouettes, hauling in 11 catches for 201 yards and three touchdowns. He is first in the league in receiving yards with 1550.
The team will receive a bye week next week and host the Eastern final against either the Alouettes or Eskimos on November 17.
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