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
Montreal (1-2) @ Calgary Stampeders -7 (2-1) – Over/Under 49 - TSN (Can), ESPN2 (US)
Head to Head 2013 – Cal 1-0
Cal 22@Mon 14 (Wk3)
Head to Head 2012 – Tied 1-1
Mon 10@Cal 38 (Wk1)
Cal 32 @Mon 33 (Wk3)
Montreal Alouettes 2013 Schedule (Most recent first)
Cal 22@Mon 14 – Under 49
Mon 38@Win 33 – Over 49
Win 19@Mon 11 – Under 49
Calgary Stampeders 2013 Schedule (Most recent first)
Cal 22 @Mon 14 Under 49
Cal 21 @Sask 36 Over 49
BC 32 @Cal 44 Over 49
Motown’s Money Analysis
Most people are counting Montreal out of commission after 3 weeks into the season. In many ways based on their offensive offense the masses might be right. Now on the road in Calgary isn’t the time to have to start tweaking things, but it is what the Al’s need to do to stay away from the bottom of the division. Then again, the entire division was just 1-2. On top of this is the rumblings that Mon QB Anthony Calvillo hurt his thumb, the one that’s been ailing him for a couple of years now isn’t great news the the slump will end.
Calgary is playing with nothing but confidence, despite the injury to their starting QB Drew Tate. Veteran backup QB Kevin Glenn stepped in last week with a 22-28-268 1 TD performance, while RB Jon Cornish had 90 yards on 18 carries. Things couldn’t be brighter this season aside from the setback in Saskatchewan.
The one thing the mass media is overlooking in the rematch though is that despite the great numbers put up by the Stamps, the game last week was settled by their defense which stopped Montreal on the potential game tying drive with under a minute to go with a big sack of Calvillo to end the game. The Stamps may have dominated the stats but with the late punt block by Montreal, it was very much a game right to the end. I can only imagine what could have been if Montreal was firing on all cylinders.
The Computer likes Montreal to cover on the road by 4 points but likes the over now that the line has dropped 3 points from its opening line of 52, to 49.
It’s been a month, but I also can’t see the Montreal offense being this bad for this long either. I don’t like the huge drop on the total to bet on either end of the spectrum. The spread of 7 doesn’t mean as much in the CFL as it does in the NFL, but the funny part is I don’t know if the Al’s will need the cushion, as I actually feel they may win this game straight up. I’ll still take the points.
Montreal +7 – 2 units ($22 to return $42)
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.
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