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 15-9 and up 2.2 Units after 3 weeks.
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 televised including the Championship game – The Grey Cup
Toronto Argonauts (1-2) -3.5 @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1-2) – Over/Under 52 - TSN (Can), ESPN2 (US)
Head to Head 2012 – Tor 2-1
Win 22 @ Tor 25 (Wk4)
Tor 29 @ Win 10 (Wk14)
Win 44 @ Tor 32 (Wk17)
Toronto Argonauts 2013 Schedule (Most recent first)
Sask 39@ Tor 28 Over 52
Tor 16 @ BC 24 – Under 52
Ham 34 @ Tor 39 – Over 52
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 2013 Schedule (Most recent first)
Win 20 @ Ham 25 – Under 52
Win 19 @ Mon 11 – Under 52
Mon 38 @ Win 33 – Over 52
Motown’s Money Analysis
Two teams looking to hit .500 early in the season face off in just the second game at the new stadium in Winnipeg. In even bigger news, WIN QB Buck Pierce is playing his 4th straight game after just playing 7 total last year, and just 4 total a couple of seasons ago.
The reports are also saying he will start using his 7.8 yards per rush happy feet to start improvising on the field as he’s been instructed to stay in the pocket through the first 3 games because of his previous injuries. WR Cory Watson also won’t be playing for at least 4 weeks after suffering a hamstring injury in practice. WR Chris Matthews, last years CFL top rookie, and WR Terrance Edwards are both on the injured list as well. Pierce just might have to throw to himself if the play breaks down in the pocket (there is a Tom Brady, Gisele joke in there somewhere). All the injuries to the Bombers receiving corp have shifted the spread 3.5 points this week for the Argos’. Keep in mind Winnipeg’s defense thus far has 18 sacks, and would shatter a CFL record if they kept the pace.
Toronto is still looking for a groove, and getting some heavy backing by the Winnipeg injury report actually doesn’t inspire me much. They have looked bleak at best on both sides of the ball. Yes they are a better team on paper, but that doesn’t mean a lot in the CFL, or sports in general.
The Computer actually likes Winnipeg to win this one straight up by a field goal, and with the huge shift in spread, this one may be a nice spot for the Bombers – particularly when few are giving them a chance with all the injuries. One thing I’m reminded of is with all the injuries the past few years, particularly with their QB, lines used to drop like a rock with 3rd and 4th string QB’s getting their first starts, and Winnipeg would find ways to hang around. Still, I am not thrilled with betting Winnipeg here, but I do like the under quite a bit in an ugly game that includes lots of rushing yards and moving the sticks. The Computer likes the game under by 3.5 points and I see this one as far from a shootout with the Winnipeg defense playing great, and the Toronto defense needing to step up sooner than later.
Winnipeg +3.5 – 1 Unit ($11 to return $21)
Tor/Win Under 52 – 3 units ($33 to return $63)
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“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).
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