Toronto Argonauts vs BC Lions Odds & Info
|Game||Toronto Argonauts vs BC Lions|
|Date & Time||Friday June 30, 2017, 7:00 PM (EDT)|
TOR -1 Total 55.5
Following a season opening defeat to the Edmonton Eskimos, the British Columbia Lions head east to battle the Toronto Argonauts. Playing in the ever competitive CFL Western Division with opponents such as Edmonton and Calgary, each and every game is important to the Lions' playoff hopes.
Quarterback Jonathon Jennings is a dynamic all purpose threat for the Lions, but struggled in BC's game against Edmonton throwing for only 264 yards and rushing for 32. Receiver Nick Moore caught 5 passes for 98 yards in Week 1, but will need to improve upon those numbers in order for BC's offense to be successful moving forward. Running Back Jeremiah Johnson is arguably the Lions top offensive threat and ran for 92 yards and 1 touchdown in the Lions loss to the Eskimos.
In Week 1, the Toronto Argonauts stunned rival Hamilton by a score of 32-15 in arguably the CFL's biggest Week 1 upset. The Argonauts and Quarterback Ricky Ray host the BC Lions in Week 2.
The seemingly ageless Ricky Ray threw for a league high 506 yards in Toronto's Week 1 victory. Former Texan and Bronco wideout DeVier Posey was one of three Argo Receivers with over 100 yards receiving with 147 on 7 receptions. S. J. Green and Jeff Fuller also went over one hundred yards receiving and made things miserable for the Hamilton Defense. The trio will look to do the same against B.C.
Recent Betting Trends
Lions are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games as an underdog of 0.5-3.0.
Argonauts are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games following a ATS win.
Under is 4-0 in Lions last 4 games in Week 2.
Under is 17-5 in Argonauts last 22 games in June.
Free CFL Pick:
This Argonauts team was impressive in opening week win and even though it's a big step up in competition this week still like Toronto to start year 2-0. Another huge day for Toronto's QB Ray who throws for over 400 yards for 2nd straight week leading to big home win. Final Score Prediction, Toronto Argonauts win and cover ATS 36-28.