Odds on who wins the 2008 Grey Cup

Want to bet on the 2008 CFL Grey Cup?

The Saskatchewan Roughriders won the 2007 CFL Grey Cup 23-19 vs. the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, as they were led by CFL Quarterback Kerry Joseph who will be playing for the Argos this season. The 2007 CFL Grey Cup was played at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, home of the Toronto Argonauts. Here are the current CFL Grey Cup odds and the Eastern and Western Division odds for the upcoming season.

The 2008 CFL season is right around the corner and football fans can now bet on who will win the 2008 Grey Cup championship in Montreal this November. The Toronto Argonauts are currently the favorite to win the Grey Cup at +235. Therefore, in order to win $235 dollars, bettors would have to lay $100 to win $235 for the Argos to win. The B.C.Lions who finished 14-4 SU last season are +350, while the Calgary Stampeders are +450 to win. If you’re a longshot bettor, the Montreal Alouettes are +1100 to win the Grey Cup, which means gamblers would lay $100 to win $1100. The Hamilton Tiger Cats who have a new QB taking over next season in Casey Printers, are +1050 to win the Championship.

2008 Grey Cup Futures
Toronto Argonauts +235
B.C. Lions +350
Calgary Stampeders +450
Winnipeg Blue Bombers +525
Saskatchewan Roughriders +700
Edmonton Eskimos +1000
Hamilton Tiger-Cats +1050
Montreal Alouettes +1100

CFL Football - Division Final Odds
(Eastern Division Odds)

The Toronto Argonauts, who had a 14-5 SU record in 2007, are the favorites to win the CFL Eastern Division title, as they are +235 to win the East. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers who went the Grey Cup last season, are second to win the EAST, as they owned a 11-10 SU record and finished with an against the spread record of 12-8-1. The Hamilton Tiger Cats are currently ranked in 3rd spot to win the EAST with an asking price of +450 and Hamilton will look to better their 3-15 mark from last season. However, if you’re over/under player, the Tiger Cats and the UNDER where the call to make, as the UNDER was 12-6-0 for the Tiger Cats. Montreal which enjoyed much success in recent past, are currently the longshot to win the EAST at 1100. Montreal finished the 2007 season with an 8-11 record SU, ATS and O/U.

Toronto Argonauts +115
Winnipeg Blue Bombers +210
Hamilton Tiger-Cats +450
Montreal Alouettes +525

(Western Division Odds)
The B.C.Lions won’t be with QB Dave Dickenson this season, as Dickenson bolted to the Calgary Stampeders to compliment Henri Burris and the offense. However, the Bookmakers have listed the B.C. Lions as a +135 favorite to win the Western Division title and the Calgary Stampeders who finished with a 9-10 SU season and 7-11-0 ATS record are listed at +450. The Grey Cup champions, Saskatchewan Roughriders are listed at +325 and will be without last years head coach Kent Austin who left to be an offensive coordinator with Ole Miss in the collegiate level in the USA. The Edmonton Eskimos who have fallen from the ranks of a being one of the most dominating football teams of the 80’s and 90’s are currently a longshot at +650 to win the Western Division title.

B.C. Lions +135
Calgary Stampeders +200
Saskatchewan Roughriders +325
Edmonton Eskimos +650

I might have to be a Calgary fan this year.

I don't care what anybody says I'm going to say Eskimos.

I can't believe the Als are +1100. I'm going to throw some money on them to win it this year just for the hell of it.

I did it last summer for the Celtics and it looks like I'll be doing OK with that bet

With all the moves the stamps made this off-season, this wil be the best team we have had in a wile.

It’s time to go big or go home.

Probably either Toronto or Winnipeg should win the east division. Therefore safe bets might be those two teams if odds are over +200 each.

In 2007, Kingdom Come (therx) and Big Dave (cappers mall) were hot in CFL pointspread picks.

If Ricky Ray and Jason Tucker can stay healthy, those odds definately get better, for sure.

I agree, Calgary looks to be a force this season. They had a very good offense last year, so-so Defense, but with Jones, this defense will be solid.

But I think what you said, can be said about every team this year. It's amazing how on paper, every team got a lot better. Every team has an even amount of talent. Now it's just see, which strategy will work out for which teams, and which strategy won't!

dumb question - where does one make these bets. All I know is govt lotto sports action or whatever it is called in each province. That of course only bets on games.

I would like to put a 100 down on calgary.

You can bet online pretty much any site that has football. I might throw 100 on Montreal just for the hell of it, even though BC will probably win it all.

Government sports action is inferior because of limited options such as parlay(fool) bet only. Instead look for top rated sportsbooks at sportsbookreview website. Gamblers consider Pinnaclesports one of the best. Most people are not bad in picking winners, but eventually suffer losses from bad money management.

I can see Toronto taking the East, but I don't see them as the favourites to win the Cup. I'd put B.C., Winnipeg, and Calgary ahead of Toronto.

Other than that, those odds look pretty good. If I was a betting man, I'd put a few bucks down. But unfortunately, I don't have $100 to put down at the moment.

The Bombers would be a great pick, but it all hedges on the health of Glenn at the end.

Not much love for my Bombers in those odds. Would make for a good bet indeed. btw, Dinwiddie is the real deal and Brian Randall ain't no slouch either.

I would put some $ on the Bombers with those odds.

Spoken with a true bias. I agree with Jman, it would be a good idea to bet on the Bombers. I would also bet on the Riders as well. Maybe put down some coin on the Stampeders too.

Well yeah on the Riders, but that goes without saying lol