2024 Canadian Football League Future Odds

2024 Canadian Football League Future Odds

Since 2019, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers have been the most prominent team with the CFL betting odds. Winnipeg won the Grey Cup in 2019 and 2021. Following that were two close losses in the Grey Cup championship game. At the onset of 2024 Canadian Football League Future market betting, Winnipeg remains the people’s choice. The Blue Bombers have become the most public team in the CFL. Winnipeg is the draw for the casual market that does not follow the CFL closely. Sharps are looking at alternatives that offer ability with a better price.

2024 CFL

Key Dates:June 6 through October 26, 2024

2024 Canadian Football League Grey Cup SBG Futures Odds

Winnipeg Blue Bombers+210
Toronto Argonauts+300
Montreal Alouettes+600
British Columbia Lions+600
Saskatchewan Roughriders+1000
Ottawa Redblacks+1000
Hamilton Tiger-Cats+1100
Edmonton Elks+1500
Calgary Stampeders+1800

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CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Last year Winnipeg suffered a stunning 28-24 online betting loss to the Montreal Alouettes in the Grey Cup championship game. It was the fourth consecutive Grey Cup championship game appearance for the Blue Bombers. Winnipeg finished the regular season 14-43 and led the CFL in scoring while permitting the fewest points,

Since 2019, QB Zach Collaros has been with Winnipeg. His CFL career began in 2012 with the Toronto Argonauts. Collaros is a three-time Grey Cup champion. Additionally, he is a two-time CFL Most Outstanding Player and a two-time All-Star. Collaros was the Grey Cup Most Valuable Player in 2021. Last year, Collaros posted a 112.8 QBR with a 33/15 TD/INT ratio.

Namely, Brady Oliveira kept defenses honest with 1534 yards rushing, 5.9 yards per attempt, and nine TDs. It was the best performance of his 5-year CFL career. Oliveira rushed for 1001 yards in 2022 with 5.0 yards per rush. Oliveira’s production is key to keeping defenses on their toes. Certainly, Collaros is thriving from Oliveira’s production, and the attention defenses must pay to him.

Namely, Dalton Schoen is the top receiver for Winnipeg. Schoen ranks as one of the elite pass catchers in the CFL. Schoen joined the Blue Bombers in 2022 after having a cup of coffee with the Kansas City Chiefs. Last year, Schoen caught 72 passes for 1233 yards, 17.1 yards per catch, and ten TDs. Previously, Schoen caught 70 passes for 141 yards, 20.6 yards per catch, and 16 TDs. He was a CFL All-Star in both seasons.

Overall, no coach is a better fit with the CFL lines than Mike O’Shea. O’Shea is a CFL lifer who began his career as a play from 1993-2008. In sum, O’Shea has won eight Grey Cup championships as a player and coach. He is a 2-time CFL coach of the year. Since taking over as Winnipeg’s head coach, O’Shea has a regular season record of 96-62 with a playoff mark of 8-5.

CFL Montreal Alouettes

Last year, the Montreal Alouettes won their first Grey Cup championship since 2010. Montreal was the surprise winner but the Als were a solid 11-7 in the regular season. QB Cody Fajardo is a 2-time Grey Cup champion and was the Grep Cup Most Valuable Player in the 2023 championship game win. Fajardo joined Montreal last year after four seasons in Saskatchewan. To summarize, he posted a 96.6 QBR with a 15/12 TD/INT ratio. In the Grey Cup playoffs, Fajardo posted a 111.2 QBR with a 6/3 TD/INT ratio.