The past 2 years, “The Computer” was 80-52 in 2011 (No bets, just tracking), and 50-36 last year +18.1 Units ROI. Only good things lie ahead for year 3 as it’s already started its raw projections at 9-7.
The CFL will be broadcast at least once a week on either NBC Sports Network, ESPN2, or ESPN3 (online) this year, and all playoff games will be shown, including the championship game – The Grey Cup
Calgary Stampeders @ Montreal Alouettes – 3 – O/U 53.5 – TSN (Can), ESPN3 (US)
Head to Head 2012 – Tied 1-1
Mon 10@Cal 38 (Wk1)
Cal 32 @Mon 33 (Wk3)
Calgary Stampeders 2013 Schedule (Most recent first)
Cal 21 @Sask 36 Over 53.5
BC 32 @Cal 44 Over 53.5
Montreal Alouettes 2013 Schedule (Most recent first)
Mon 38@Win 33 – Over 53.5
Win 19@Mon 11 – Under 53.5
Motown’s Money Analysis
Montreal really showed little against the Bombers at home. Oldness? New coach? What is it? I’m not sure as to what to take out of game 2, but whatever Montreal showed in game 1 didn’t quite make the trip home. On the other side, Calgary loses QB Tate, and like last year veteran QB Henry Burris steps in to solve the problem. Burris has a gunslinger attitude, and as such throws INT’s as much as TD’s.
I expect Montreal to correct their mistakes, and Calgary to carry on with their Vet behind center. I actually like the line dropping from 54 to 53.5 quite a bit.
The Computer likes both the Stamps to cover, but the Al’s to win. It also likes the over by almost 2 points. I am not thrilled with the Stamps here, as I think it’s more a toss up, but I am a huge fan of the over in this game. Three weeks in, I am wagering a medium size wager on this game.
Dyce For Dummies
I’m following Motown’s analysis on this one. Part of the fun is the shootout and high scores, rooting for the over is fun. Also it’s still early on in the season to try to identify which teams are legitimate contenders and which ones are just successful early one.
Remember the Arizona Cardinals were in first place at one point in 2012 before falling apart.
Bet the over, enjoy the game and root for the scoring.
Calgary/Montreal 3 Units – Over 53.5 ($33 to return $63)
Who are we?
“The Computer” has been providing raw statistics, and forecast modelling along with situational trends for the past 3 years in nearly every North American sport with a combined record of 2929-2591-130 since April 2010 for a net return of a whopping +495 units. ($4950 based on a $10 per game bet).
Motown Fisher is a seasoned veteran of the wagering world that uses “The Computer” regularly alongside with his own handicapping techniques to predict sporting events.
Mike “Dyce” is there to give the balance of the wagerer, the computer. With his background in journalism, and his passion for sport, he makes “the english” happen for the whole thing to work.
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