(The Spread) - Get ready for Week 9 in the CFL with these player and team prop odds.
Which team will have the longest winning streak in the CFL after Week 9? The Calgary Stampeders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers each have odds of +200, while the Montreal Alouettes have odds of +225 and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats are +300 on the money line for this prop. Winnipeg’s current winning streak is four games while Calgary owns a three-game winning streak. Winnipeg will host Hamilton this weekend, which would have a two-game winning steak if it can knock off the Blue Bombers this weekend. Calgary hosts Montreal, which is currently owns two wins in its last two games.
How many wins will the B.C. Lions record in their remaining games of the 2011 season? Between 3-6 has odds of -250, between 6-8 have odds of +180, less than three has odds of +500 and 9 or more has odds of +2000. The Lions are 2-6 on the year but did thump Edmonton 36-1 last week.
Who will lead the CFL in passing at the end of Week 9? Montreal’s Anthony Calvillo is the favorite at -300 while Henry Burris is +200 and the Field is +1000. Travis Lulay currently has the most passing yards in the CFL, but his B.C. Lions are idle this week, so it should allow Calvillo to reclaim the top spot. Lulay has thrown for 2,107 yards this year while Calvillo has thrown for 2,095. Burris currently has the fifth-most yards at 2,040.
H0w many interceptions will Kevin Glenn throw in the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Week 9 contest versus Winnipeg? Odds for 0 are +160 while the odds for 1 are +125. The odds for 2 are +300 and the odds for 3 or more are +500. Glenn has thrown five interceptions this season and had 17 last year.
Finally, who will have more rushing yards in Week 9 between Fred Reid and Avon Cobourne? Reid is the favorite at -150 while Cobourne has odds of +110. Reid has the second-most rushing yards this season with 496 but Cobourne is right behind him with 459.Want More From TheSpread.com? Follow us on Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!