Canadian Football Betting

Canadian Football betting should again favor the West Division especially since Calgary again looks strong.

The Stampeders are the defending Grey Cup champs and Canadian Football odds favor them again this season.

Canadian Football betting at the sportsbook does start with Calgary. They did lose some defensive talent on the defensive line but Calgary has a lot of depth and a ton of talent. They are a deserving favorite in Canadian Football betting.

Last season Montreal won the East Division and made it to the Grey Cup before losing to Calgary. QB Anthony Calvillo is not getting any younger so perhaps Montreal's best chance to win in Canadian Football betting is gone. The defense needs serious help considering they gave up almost 400 yards per game last season as Canadian Football betting statistics show.

Canadian Football betting on Winnipeg could be interesting in 2009. They have a new head coach and a new quarterback. Mike Kelly takes the reigns and he is hoping that Stefan LeFors is the answer at quarterback. The Blue Bombers made a lot of changes and it will be interesting to see if they work in terms of Canadian Football odds.

Saskatchewan was second behind Calgary last season in the West but they lost a lot in the off-season and look weaker in Canadian Football betting. The key question for Saskatchewan in Canadian Football betting is whether or not Darian Durant can lead the team to wins.

Edmonton may actually be a better team than Saskatchewan in Canadian Football betting. They made a big addition in the off-season when they picked up running back Jesse Lumsden from Hamilton.

British Columbia has a chance to be improved this season in Canadian Football betting. The key to their chances in Canadian Football odds at the sportsbook will be finding some replacements on the offensive line.

Toronto looks to improve in Canadian Football betting since they were 4-14 straight up last year. Sports betting information shows that the team is totally different than last year as a number of new players are in the fold.

Hamilton should also be improved in Canadian Football odds. Hamilton has not made the playoffs since 2004 but they are improved and in the weaker East Division could contend this season.

The 2009 CFL season should be an exciting one with Calgary the favorite a number of teams competing for second place. Open an Account and start betting on the 2009 Canadian Football Season at SBG Global!