Week 14 CFL odds | betting lines for all four CFL games

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We’re set for Week 14 of the 2022 Canadian Football League action, and what is shaping up as an exciting stretch run to the postseason is made all the more appealing by the wide range of CFL betting options at regulated Ontario sportsbooks.

Below, we’ll do our initial dive into each of the four games this week while also glancing at CFL betting odds from a variety of sites to help you find the best possible line for Week 14!

Week 14 CFL Odds

The Week 14 slate features a pair of Week 13 rematches between teams that played competitively against each other, as well as a Lions squad still trying to find its way without the player who’d been the odds-on favorite for MOP honors before his foot injury, Nathan Rourke.

With that BC-Montreal game opening up the ledger Friday night and the three remaining clashes Saturday, there will be plenty of action jammed into what should be an exciting 24 hours of CFL football.

Friday, September 9: B.C. Lions at Montreal Alouettes – 7:30 p.m. EDT

The Lions found life without Nathan Rourke (foot) unpleasant in Week 12 when they dropped a 23-16 decision to the Roughriders with Michael O’Connor (undisclosed) and Antonio Pipkin handling QB duties.

The Alouettes fell to the Redblacks in Week 13 by a 38-24 score, a particularly concerning loss given it happened at home.

BC is still garnering respect from oddsmakers at -3.5 and despite the absence of Rourke, oddsmakers still expect plenty of offence. The projected total of 53.5 points is the highest of the slate by far.

Saturday, September 10: Toronto Argonauts at Ottawa Redblacks– 2:00 p.m. EDT

The Argonauts are over .500 again at 6-5 and sport a two-game lead for first place in the East Division after a dominant 28-8 win over the Tiger-Cats in Week 13. The Redblacks were in impressive form in their own right while upsetting the Alouettes at home, 38-24.

Toronto fell to Ottawa by a 23-13 score at BMO Field back in Week 8 and Nick Arbuckle has been playing well over his first two starts under center for Ottawa.

Yet, given the three-win difference between the teams, the Argos are road favorites, albeit by the slimmest of margins.

Saturday, September 10: Saskatchewan Roughriders at Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 6:00 p.m. EDT

The Roughriders fell back to .500 in Week 13 with a tough two-point loss to the Blue Bombers at home, a game in which both defences played so well that only four total points were scored in the second half.

However, the Riders’ Shaq Evans came back strong from his multi-game absence due to an ankle injury (5-88) and Kyran Moore also has two games under his belt after finishing his recovery from last season’s ACL tear. Frankie Hickson has also been doing an excellent job at running back in Jamal Morrow’s (hand) stead.

Saskatchewan has an increasingly healthier offence and the Bombers’ last two games have finished with margins of three and two points.

The Bombers’ only loss this season also came at home, but Winnipeg is still nearly a touchdown favorite. This game also carries the lowest projected total of the slate, unsurprising given what unfolded Week 13.

Saturday, September 10: Calgary Stampeders at Edmonton Elks– 8:00 p.m. EDT

The Stampeders continued alternating wins and losses in Week 13, coming out on top of the Elks by a 26-18 score to move to 7-4. Edmonton played competitively considering both Kenny Lawler and Emmanuel Arceneaux were out with ankle injuries.

Calgary’s Jake Maier put together a strong effort for the second consecutive start and continued to display impressive chemistry with multiple pass catchers.

The rematch in Edmonton sees the Stamps as the biggest favorites of the slate to start the week at 7.5 points. However, Calgary is 4-2 straight up on the road while the Elks have yet to win a single home game in five tries, helping to partly explain the number.

Then, the 50.5-point total may seem a bit elevated on the surface, but prior to the Week 13 game, the prior two 2022 meetings between the teams had finished with totals of 53 and 55 points.

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