CFL East Division Winnipeg vs Montreal Who Remains Winless?
Alouettes Look To Rebound From Western Whooping
Normally known as a party town, that’s always bursting with hospitality, the Stampede City was anything but for the Montreal Alouettes on Canada Day. That’s because the Stampeders stomped all over the Alouettes with a 38-10 victory on Sunday. After a 16 of 31 one TD two INT Week One, we expect a better effort from QB Anthony Calvillo at home in this one. While Montreal was very mediocre in Week One, this is a veteran club that will rebound tonight. Even a slightly better effort may be enough in this one. Kickoff is slated for 7:00 PM ET on Friday, June 6, 2012, from Percival Molson Memorial Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Blue Bombers Reload After CFL Week One Basting In British Columbia
Things didn’t go much better for Winnipeg during the CFL 2012 opening weekend kickoff. The Blue Bombers crashed and burned in their 99th Grey Cup Championship rematch against the Lions. The final score is actually flattering as the Leo’s should have put this one to bed way earlier than they did. Winnipeg’s strength comes from their defense – that held the score at 16-10 heading into the fourth quarter. With the Bombers anemic offense managing just 132 passing yards, to along with 72 yards on the ground, the defense finally caved. BC registered a 17-6 final period to make the final 33-16 for the defending Champs.
Online Sports Betting CFL Week Two Game Day Call: Blue Bombers vs Alouettes
We mentioned Anthony Calvillo rebounding from his poor Week One performance – we don’t have the same confidence that Buck Pierce will enjoy the same success. Pierce injured his right knee in the first half but says he is good to go tonight. The Als defense is going to be hungry, not to mention an ornery bunch, and the offense will move the ball. Back the Alouettes over the Blue Bombers at the Bovada.lv online sportsbook!
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