(The Spread) – Who will lead the CFL in points allowed after Week 6? Check out latest player and team prop odds for this week’s Canadian Football League action.
Who will lead the league in points allowed after this week? Oddsmakers list the 0-5 B.C. Lions with +130 odds, while the Saskatchewan Roughriders have odds of +120 and the Toronto Argonauts are +300 on the money line to led the league in points allowed after this week.
What will be the highest single team scoring total in Week 6? Oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog currently list the over/under total for this prop at 32.5 with –115 juice. For reference sake, the highest total for a single team throughout the last five weeks were: 42, 39, 40, 39 and 34. As you can see, last week was the first week a team didn’t score more than 39 points.
How many points will the Calgary Stampeders score in Week 6? The over/under total for this prop is 27.5 with –115 juice. The current over/under total for the Hamilton-Calgary game this Saturday is 50.5, so clearly oddsmakers believe the two teams will score well into the 20s. But with that hook being attached to an important football number like 27, it’s a risky wager to take the over.
Will there be both an undefeated team and a winless team in the West Division after Week 6? A wager on “Yes” will net a bettor +250 odds while a wager on “No” has –400 odds. Edmonton is the only undefeated team in the CFL right now at 5-0, while the B.C. Lions are 0-5 but are currently 3-point favorites against visiting Saskatchewan (1-4) on Friday night.
Who will have more passing yards in Week 6: Anthony Calvillo of Montreal or Ricky Ray of Edmonton? Calvillo is –130 on the money line while Ray has EVEN odds. Ray currently leads all passers with 1,492 yards but Calvillo is listed right behind him at 1,485.
Finally, who will have more passing yards in Week 6: Travis Lulay of B.C. or Darian Durant of Saskatchewan? Lulay is –130 on the money line while Durant has EVEN odds. Lulay is currently third behind Ray and Calvillo with 1,404 yards, while Durant is sixth in the league in passing yards with 1,099.