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CFL Grey Cup Props: How Toronto Dethrones Winnipeg

Plenty of Betting Paths to Cash in on Argonauts

The Toronto Argonauts look to stop the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in their bid for a third straight Grey Cup title. The CFL football odds are against the Argos, but that’s nothing new for the franchise. Toronto has won six straight Grey Cup games, their last three as underdogs. To continue that, the Argos will need to be at their best as Winnipeg will give the Blue Bombers everything they can handle. A few CFL Grey Cup prop bets will tell how this game unfolds.

Let’s check the latest Canadian Football odds, stats, injury reports, and Canadian Football lines for CFL Grey Cup Props. We’ve plenty of Canadian Football betting odds for you to consider.

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Best Prop Bets for 2022 CFL Grey Cup

Argonauts to Edge the Bombers

We favor the Argos to cover (+6) and even win (+200). This team is peaking at the right time and averaging over 30 points in their last eight wins. However, if Toronto is to upset Winnipeg, it will need to rely on its defense. It’s hard to fathom how Toronto beats the Bombers by more than one score. The best prop bet online is for them to win within six.

  • Pick: Winning Margin – Argonauts 1-6 (+425)

Score Stays Low

Going by the defensive theme, this Grey Cup will be a low-scoring one. Nine of the last 10 games between Winnipeg and Toronto have gone over the total. Winnipeg averages 32.6 points against Toronto. But their most recent game, a 23-22 win for Winnipeg, is an indication of how tight this game will be. As such, neither team will hit the 25-point mark.

  • Pick: Race to 25 Points – Neither (+190)

Touchdowns on a Premium

As prolific as Toronto and Winnipeg can get when it comes to scoring, their defenses have been great at defending the end zone. Winnipeg and Toronto are first and second in the CFL in touchdowns conceded (27 and 33, respectively). This is despite Toronto also allowing the second-most offensive yards per game (361.8).

  • Pick: Total TDs in the Game – Under 4½ TDs (+105)

First Score of the Game

Thus, there is also significant value on the sportsbook when it comes to the game’s first score. Either Toronto or Winnipeg will score a field goal or even a rouge. Argonauts kicker Boris Bede had the lowest accuracy (78.2 percent) among kickers. But his 43 makes is the third-most in the CFL.

  • Pick: Field Goal +125 or Any Other Score (+500

Harris to Make His Presence Felt

Running back Andrew Harris is the man under the spotlight thanks to facing his former team. The Argonaut returned with a vengeance as he found the end zone for the first time this season. The former Grey Cup MVP will be a potent weapon for Toronto and he will make his old team pay by scoring on them.

  • Pick: Anytime Touchdown Scorer – Andrew Harris (+130)

Close-Range Assassin

And if there will be a rushing touchdown by Harris, A.J. Oullette, or anyone else, it could likely come from up close. There is a strong case where Toronto slowly moves the chains until they are in striking distance. And in a close game with the clock running down, Harris could just run it in from up close.

  • Pick: Shortest TD in the Game – Under 1½ Yards (Ev)

CFL Grey Cup Game Information

  • Game: Argonauts (12-7) vs Blue Bombers (16-3)
  • Day/Time: Sunday, Nov. 20, 6 p.m. ET
  • Location: Mosaic Stadium, Regina, Saskatchewan
  • Argonauts vs Blue Bombers Live stream: NFL Game Pass

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