CFL Betting Recap - Week 4
July 22, 2013
By VI News
League Betting Notes
-- Favorites went 4-0 straight up in Week 4
-- Favorites went 4-0 against the spread in Week 4
-- Home teams notched a 3-1 record in Week 4
-- The 'over' went 3-1 in Week 4
Team Betting Notes
-- Saskatchewan (4-0) continued to roll right along, as they drummed visiting Hamilton (1-3) by a 37-0 score. The Roughriders have allowed a league-low 67 points (16.8 ppg) through the first four weeks.
-- The East Division has been outclassed by the West Division to this point, but Toronto (2-2) appears to be the class of the East. The Argonauts hit the road and scored an impressive 35-19 win at Winnipeg (1-3), moving into sole possession of first place. The Argos, who have 118 points (29.5 ppg) through the first four games, are the only team in the East with more than 91 total points scored.
-- The BC Lions (3-1) and Calgary (3-1) kept Saskatchewan within one-game in the standings, as each team scored double-digit victories at home in Week 4.
-- Montreal (1-3) might have lost in Calgary, but they were part of the week's highest scoring game. The Alouettes and Stampeders combined for 65 points.
-- Edmonton (1-3) fell for a second straight week to BC, and they have now lost three of four games to start the season. In their three losses, the Eskimos are averaging just 14.0 ppg, and they have managed 18.0 ppg overall, making them the CFL's lowest scoring team.
-- The West is where bets are won. Saskatchewan is 4-0 ATS, while BC and Calgary are each 3-1 ATS. Hamilton, in the East Division, has failed to cover in each of their four games.
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