Canadian Football League 2022 Grey Cup Odds and Top Games to Bet On Week 11

Canadian Football League 2022 Grey Cup Odds and Top Games to Bet On Week 11

The CFL is at the halfway point and these odds are not going to get much better than right now! Come check out the week 11 top betting games and updated Grey Cup odds.

After another near historic week, we have reached the halfway point. The rankings have remained the same as they did in week 11. The CFL Odds have shifted tremendously in most cases. With ten weeks remaining, the race for the Grey Cup still remains wide open! 

Updated 2022 Grey Cup Betting Odds and Top Matches Heading Into Week 11 of the CFL Regular Season

TIER 1: The Favorites

  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers: +141

DOWN FALLS THE KING! Last week, the Blue Bombers lost their first game all season. They played a phenomenal game but their kicker missed two potentially game winning field goals. Even with the undefeated season now out of the picture, the Blue Bombers still only have one goal in mind! 

They want their three-peat! That loss happened to only be in OT by three points. They are most certainly still the team to beat in the West and in Canadian football. The offense slacked heavily and continues to struggle to find the endzone. The defense played a rather solid game on the other hand. 

Seeing that there odds shifted back 20 points, it is unlikely that the Bomber odds faded even further. There is a high probability that this is the best value you will get for this team until the end of the season. They are still the best team in the CFL as they head into their first bye week of the year!

  • B.C Lions: +226

The Lions have a very pivotal win just this past week. The Lions have not been stopped and they played, what is bound to be, a classic game! They overcame the Stampeders by one point and that was huge in the CFL standings. They are now two games above the Stampeders.

This roster has been phenomenal every step of the way. Even though they did not cover the spread, they had an excellent match. The offense totaled over 500 yards and had two 100+ yard receivers. The offense was not held back and had to meet its maker! The defense usually plays better. They allowed the most yards and points all year last week. It was truly an anomaly.

It has gotten to the point that if Winnipeg does not win the Grey Cup, it will be the BC Lions without a doubt. They have increased their odds by nearly 99 points and the value is still there if you believe in electrifying play! 

  • Calgary Stampeders: +650

The Stampeders are starting to fade. They are now two games behind the Lions and are even further far behind the Blue Bombers. The game was close but will they be able to close out? That remains to be determined.

They are still a solid team. The odds may not have indicated how poorly they played. They fell by one point in a combined 81 point game! It was not that bad offensively. Bo Levi Mitchell had a solid week with two scores in the air and 200+ yards. The defense was snoozing in the final frame of the game as they got completely lit up evidently. 

The odds for Calgary have still significantly faded by 200 points! The value is unreal for this ball club. They have played very solid to this point and can win in the run for the Grey Cup. With  a solid roster, there is still some astronomical value. 

TIER 2: Middle of the Pack

  • Toronto Argonauts: +800

Still the best in the East! As it stands still, the Argonauts are still standing atop their division. While more and more of their stars keep getting hurt, the Argos become continually more difficult to want to bet on even with a 1.5 game lead.

The defensive performance heavily outweighs that of the offense. The defense typically has been excellent at limit scores and yards but it seems they threw that away during their match against the Ti-Cats as they allowed 34 point, which is the second most they have allowed all year. The offense will be without star RB Andrew Harris for 4-6 weeks so there is reason to panic!

The odds for Toronto have remained the same but there is no value here. It is very hard to envision a world in which the Argos win the Grey Cup and are unlikely to even win their respective division. 

  • Saskatchewan Roughriders: +900

The Roughriders may have looked good the past few weeks but a major blow just hit their squad. One that could be season altering. The Riders may have been the best kept secret but with this news it seems unlikely. 

The Roughriders will have likely lost star signal caller, Cody Fajardo, due to an “explosion in his back”. That will set the offense back miles. They were already dealing with tons of players being placed on the IR. The ever feared Regina Sack party is still roaring as per usual. The defense will now need to carry any hopes left for this injury prone roster.

The odds for the Riders have been raised by 300! With the recent news of Fajardo, it seems unlikely that they will return to contending form and you should not bet on this team. 

TIER 3: Down but not out

  • Hamilton Tiger-Cats: +1300

 They had a key victory over the Argonauts. They are a game back of the first team in their division. The value is completely there as they continue their series with the argonauts. Their odds climbed 300 points and the value is still astronomical! 

  • Montréal Alouettes: +1300

The king slayer! The Alouettes miraculously won against the undefeated Blue Bombers! That is unreal. They were incredibly lucky but a win is a win. They climbed the odds by 500 points! Their matchup against the Tiger-Cats will be huge for the value of this team.

TIER 4: Bottom Feeders

  • Ottawa Redblacks: +4400 and Edmonton Elks: +10000

Both of these teams play each other next week. Poor overall play has led to sticking to the bottom of the barrel! Do not bet on these clubs. 

Week 11 Best Bets

  • BC Lions (-3) vs Saskatchewan Roughriders

The Roughriders might be looking like a chicken with his head cut off. It will likely be an uphill battle against the roaring BC Lions. Nathan Rourke will likely route the poor secondary. The BC defense will likely have an easier matchup.

  • Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs Montreal Alouettes (-2.5)

The Alouettes will be riding high against their division rival. This will be a game for the ages but the Alouettes will cover the spread against a team that has been notoriously bad at covering the spread. The momentum will carry the Als over the Tiger-Cats. 


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