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CFL Betting Recap - Week 10

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League Betting Notes

-- Underdogs went 3-1 SU in Week 10
-- Underdogs went 4-0 ATS in Week 10
-- Home teams posted a 3-1 SU record in Week 10
-- Home/road teams posted a 2-2 ATS record in Week 10
-- The 'Over' went 3-1 in Week 10

Analysis

Ottawa (6-3) posted an impressive 44-21 road victory in Winnipeg (5-4), and they continue to carry the flag for the beleaguered East Division. They remain the only team in the East over .500, and they're six points clear of both Hamilton (3-5) and Toronto (3-5) with a game in hand. The RedBlacks will have a bye before hosting cellar-dwelling Montreal (1-8) in two weeks.

Speaking of the Blue Bombers, they slipped to 3-2 SU at home and they have failed to cover their past two in Manitoba after opening 3-0 ATS in the first three on their home turf. The 'over' continue to come in regularly for the Bombers, going 6-3 through nine outings. The 44 points allowed was easily a season high, as their previous worst came in a 33-30 loss in their opening game on June 14.

The Alouettes didn't win, but they were able to cover a big number in Edmonton (6-3). The Als are 0-3 SU since QB Johnny Manziel took the reins of the offense, but they were able to post a season-best 24 points and they have covered in consecutive games for the first time this season. The 'over' is also 3-1 across the past four for Montreal.

As far as the Esks are concerned, they might have picked up their sixth victory to creep up on Calgary (7-1), but Edmonton is still just 3-6 ATS overall and 2-3 ATS in five home outings. They will look to avenge a 38-21 loss at home agianst the Ti-Cats when they travel to the Hammer on Thursday to open Week 11 play.

The Stamps were surprised at Saskatchewan (4-4), suffering their first straight-up loss of the season. It was the first cover at home for the Roughriders since July 5, as they rebounded from a 34-22 in their first showing at home against the Stamps on July 28. The sides will face each other again in the cool crisp air of autumn on Oct. 20 in Southern Alberta.

Lastly, the BC Lions (3-5) continue to hold up the end in the West, and their non-cover in Toronto on Saturday in a 24-23 loss snapped a 4-0 ATS streak. Speaking of streaks, the 'under' has cashed in a season-high three straight for the Lions.

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