Week 15 CFL odds | betting lines for all three CFL games

CFL odds Week 15

We have a trio of Canadian Football League games on tap in Week 15 and below, we’ll dig into the CFL odds for all three games, which are sure to have implications for the ongoing playoff races.

Week 15 CFL Odds

The Week 15 slate sees two teams that were embarrassed while allowing 50-plus points apiece in Week 14 – the Elks and Roughriders — face each other in an attempt at redemption.

The Lions-Stampeders game on Saturday night also has an intriguing angle since Vernon Adams, which B.C. recently acquired from the Alouettes, will attempt to salvage their season following the injury to Nathan Rourke (foot).

As we get later into the season, fans can continue to ramp up the late-season excitement by taking advantage of the wide range of betting options at regulated Ontario sportsbooks.

Friday, September 16: Edmonton Elks at Saskatchewan Roughriders – 9:30 p.m. EDT

The Elks regressed badly on defense in Week 14 after playing the Stampeders tough in Week 13, losing the Week 14 rematch by a 56-28 score, their CFL record-tying 14th consecutive home defeat.

The Roughriders were also manhandled, with the defending champion Blue Bombers turning their rematch into a 54-20 laugher despite Saskatchewan nearly having a fully healthy pass-catching corps.

Despite both teams coming off embarrassing losses, the Roughriders still enjoy the same 9.5-point projected advantage Calgary did against Edmonton going into last week’s rout.

Saturday, September 17: Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Hamilton Tiger-Cats – 4:30 p.m. EDT

As just alluded to, the Bombers looked every bit the back-to-back champions that they are with a 54-20 dismantling of the Roughriders in Week 14, a game in which veteran signal-caller Zach Collaros exploded for 273 yards and four touchdowns.

The Tiger-Cats turned to Jamie Newman under center back in Week 13 with Matthew Shiltz dealing with a wrist injury and the results were less than impressive. Hamilton dropped a 28-8 decision on Labour Day to the Argonauts.

Even though Dane Evans could be back under center for Hamilton and the Ti-Cats have the rest advantage, oddsmakers aren’t impressed — the Bombers are still 8.5-point favorites. The two teams met back in Week 3 at IG Field, where Winnipeg prevailed, 26-12.

Saturday, September 17: B.C. Lions at Calgary Stampeders – 7:00 p.m. EDT

The Lions continued to find life without Rourke an unpleasant experience in Week 14, as they fell to the Montreal Alouettes by a 31-10 score with Antonio Pipkin unsuccessfully trying his hand at replacing the prolific signal-caller.

The Stampeders handed the Lions the aforementioned 28-point walloping in Week 14 as Jake Maier looked impressive for a third consecutive start and Ka’Deem Carey eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the third time this season.

B.C. has already announced the recently acquired Vernon Adams will start this game, which could lead to better offensive production for the Lions. However, Calgary, which was edged by B.C., 41-40, in a wild Week 10 matchup, remains a solid home favorite.

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