Hamilton Tiger Cats Canadian Football Odds

November 30, 2010 CFL Football

Canadian Football odds have had the Hamilton Tiger Cats underdogs in almost every game for quite some time.

Will that be the case again in 2009 in Canadian Football betting or will the Ti-Cats turn things around?

Canadian Football odds were expected to be different on Hamilton last year at the sports book. The Tiger Cats had high expectations but they flopped to a CFL-worst 3-15 season. Hamilton was not that much better against the Canadian Football odds going 6-11-1 last season. Things are not totally hopeless at Hamilton in Canadian Football betting, as they may have found their quarterback of the future in Quinton Porter. He was far better running the team than Casey Printers.

Hamilton re-signed head coach Marcel Bellefeuille in the off-season as Canadian Football betting information shows, so perhaps some stability is in order. Canadian Football odds information shows that the team added offensive lineman Alexandre Gauthier who had been with Winnipeg. They also picked up Dan Goodspeed in a trade and they drafted lineman Simon Rottier. That should help the offense in terms of Canadian Football odds. Losing running back Jesse Lumdsen didn’t help though so Kenton Keith needs to get healthy and stay healthy.

On defense, Hamilton was a mess last season. Canadian Football odds info shows that they did add defensive tackle Matt Kirk, defensive end Brandon Guillory and linebacker Otis Floyd in the offseason. Canadian Football odds online sportsbook info at the online sportsbook tells us that they have to hope that Chris Thompson continues to play well and that others step up in a weak secondary.

The good news for Hamilton in Canadian Football odds is that the Eastern Division is nothing special. Montreal won the division last year by going 11-7. It is a real stretch to believe that Hamilton will jump to that level but they are definitely capable of making a jump up this season versus the Canadian Football odds. A great season for them would be 8 or 9 wins in terms of Canadian Football odds that that might be enough to make the playoffs in this division. Hamilton should be able to score points and that makes them a contender in Canadian Football odds at the online sportsbook. If their defense can at least keep them in the game then Hamilton could be a team to watch in Canadian Football betting in 2009 at the sports book.

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