CFL Week 13 Odds, Preview & Predictions

Posted by Derrick Harper on September 4, 2019 in

It’s CFL Week 13, and things are starting to round into shape. Let’s preview this week’s slate of games while making some CFL Betting predictions.

CFL Week 13 Odds, Preview & Predictions

British Columbia Lions @ Montreal Alouettes

It’s been a tough season for the Lions, as they are 1-9 on the season. They are coming off of a bye week, and should be well rested for their trip to Montreal. In their last game in Week 11, British Columbia lost to Hamilton 13-10.After defeating Toronto in Week 11, Montreal entered their bye week as well. The Alouettes enter their contest with the Lions with a 5-4 record.

Montreal has won two in a row, and would love to get their third in a row this weekend.The Lions are led by quarterback, Mike Reilly. Reilly has thrown for a lot of yardage, but has been plagued by interceptions. Although he has thrown for 2,437 yards, he’s also thrown 11 interceptions compared to 9 touchdowns. A good portion of his yardage has been to leading receiver Bryan Burnham. Montreal is led by former Oregon Duck, Vernon Adams Jr. Adams has passed for 1,889 yards and nine touchdowns.

William Stanback leads the Montreal rushing attack with 611 yards and four touchdowns.It’s been a rough season for BC, and Montreal looks to keep the Lions on the losing path.

Toronto Argonauts @ Ottawa RedBlacks

Neither of these teams have had a great season, as Toronto enters the contest with a 1-9 record, while Ottawa sits at 3-7. Ottawa is coming off of a 40-18 loss to Saskatchewan in it’s last outing. Turnovers plagued Ottawa, as their five turnovers led to 25 points for Saskatchewan. The loss was Ottawa’s third straight.Ottawa has struggled as of late, while Toronto has been struggling all season. If Ottawa can take care of the football, this could be their game to win.

Calgary Stampeders @ Edmonton Eskimos

These two teams are facing each other for the second week in a row. Calgary took it to Edmonton last week, as the Eskimos couldn’t stop the Calgary offense.

Bo Levi Mitchell led the Calgary offense with 263 yards in the air, and 1 touchdown. Ka’Deem Carey led the Stampeders rushing attack with 143 yards on 16 carries.

Edmonton’s leading rusher had 35 yards in last week’s defeat. If Edmonton would like to change the results, they will need to run the ball better, and get more production from their offense. If they struggle to score again, Calgary will see the same results.

Saskatchewan Roughriders @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers

In another home-and-home series, the Rough Riders will meet the Blue Bombers again this week.

Saskatchewan held off a late Winnipeg charge to take the victory. The Rough Riders were able to move the ball, while Winnipeg saw very little offensive success. Unless things change this week, we’re likely to see a repeat of last week’s result. Winnipeg needs to establish a running game, and Chris Streveler will need to play much better if the Blue Bombers want to see a different result.