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- Thread starter sportsdad
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"I expect a bit of payback here for Toronto after losing the two previous games with QBs Damon Allen, Mike McMahon and Rocky Butler - not Bishop.

These teams play again next week and the scoring differential will be a large factor here. In two losses to Montreal this season, Montreal has built up a 15-point differential edge. Toronto needs to win both games by a combined total of 16 or more to win the season series. This is something to consider if they are up late and deep in Montreal territory. They won't be taking a knee.

Toronto is on 6 days rest versus 4 for Montreal. This is the last game of the season where one team has either a 6-4 or 7-5 edge in days rest. In the previous four situations all four covered.

Montreal is the only team in the CFL to be out-yarded in every one of their road games. Home teams have had an average 6.1 point advantage so far this season through 56 games."

Montreal is the only team in the CFL to be out-yarded in every one of their road games. Home teams have had an average 6.1 point advantage so far this season through 56 games."

Very telling statistic right here. I tend to believe now that the line has crossed close to 7 that Montreal might be the play despite all of their troubles. Does anyone have a weather report for tonight (or will the roof be closed in Toronto)?

Very telling statistic right here. I tend to believe now that the line has crossed close to 7 that Montreal might be the play despite all of their troubles.

Once again - I will caution anyone who is thinking this. Closing lines that have moved > 3 pts are covering at 85% of the closing line.

I have the argos winning this game by 10 points & keep in mind what NI said about the point differential there will be no let up from the argos tonight.

GLTA

HH