CFL Betting Recap - Week 3
July 14, 2013
By VI News
League Betting Notes
-- Underdogs went 2-2 straight up in Week 3
-- Underdogs went 3-1 against the spread in Week 3
-- Road teams notched a 3-1 record in Week 3
-- The 'under' went 3-1 in Week 3
Team Betting Notes
-- Saskatchewan (3-0) continues to be the story of the early going, posting an impressive 39-28 road win at Toronto (1-2). The Roughriders did lose QB Darian Durant (ankle) to an iankle injury, and the severity is not yet known.
-- After dropping their opening game of the season, the BC Lions (2-1) posted a second straight victory and cover with a 17-3 road win at Edmonton (1-2). The Eskimos remain the CFL's lowest-scoring team with just 51 points (17.0 ppg) through three weeks.
-- Calgary (2-1) picked itself up off the mat after the Stamps were humbled last week in Regina. Calgary posted an impressive 22-14 road win at Montreal (1-2), dropping every team in the East Division one game under .500.
-- Hamilton (1-2) earned its first victory of the season with a hard-fought 25-20 win against visiting Winnipeg (1-2). Every team in the East Division has already suffered at least one home loss this season, while three teams in the West Division remain unbeaten at home.
-- The highest scoring total of the week came from the Saskatchewan-Toronto game, which was also the only 'over' of the weekend. The Roughriders and Argos combined for 67 points, well exceeding the line of 54.5 points.
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