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CFL : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/21/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




TORONTO (7 - 4) at CALGARY (9 - 2)
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Week 13 Saturday, 9/21/2013 7:30 PM
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TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-4+4.26-57-429.214.9370.6(7.4)1.526.215.5396.7(7.3)2.2
Road Games4-1+5.14-13-231.414.4322.6(6.3)1.823.011.8331.6(6.4)3.4
Last 3 Games2-1+1.82-12-125.78.3325.3(6.3)3.326.317.7336.7(6.2)3.0
Turf Games4-1+5.14-13-231.414.4322.6(6.3)1.823.011.8331.6(6.4)3.4
TORONTO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)29.214.920.329:1316-81(4.9)25-3472.8%289(8.6)50-371(7.4)(12.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.813.119.130:5119-98(5.3)21-3363.5%237(7.3)51-335(6.5)(12.5)
Offense Road Games31.414.418.630:5018-79(4.3)24-3372.7%243(7.4)51-323(6.3)(10.3)
Defense (All Games)26.215.520.530:4721-114(5.4)21-3363.5%283(8.5)54-397(7.3)(15.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.613.219.330:0920-107(5.4)20-3261.4%237(7.3)52-343(6.6)(12.9)
Defense Road Games23.011.817.029:1017-79(4.6)20-3556.9%252(7.2)52-332(6.4)(14.4)

CALGARY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-2+7.57-36-531.518.5379.8(7)1.524.412.5334.3(6.6)1.9
Home Games5-0+53-24-137.421.2406.0(7.5)2.028.411.8372.8(7.3)1.8
Last 3 Games3-0+31-21-228.313.3358.0(7.3)2.722.710.3352.3(6.8)1.7
Turf Games8-2+6.16-36-431.118.3375.0(7)1.525.412.4335.4(6.6)1.8
CALGARY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)31.518.521.732:5723-135(5.8)22-3170.1%245(7.9)54-380(7)(12.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.813.319.330:1619-103(5.3)21-3264.2%242(7.5)52-345(6.7)(12.9)
Offense Home Games37.421.222.832:0823-155(6.8)21-3167.3%251(8)54-406(7.5)(10.9)
Defense (All Games)24.412.520.127:0317-101(5.9)20-3360.4%234(7)50-334(6.6)(13.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.512.719.530:4419-103(5.4)20-3362.2%244(7.5)52-347(6.7)(13.1)
Defense Home Games28.411.820.827:5216-103(6.4)20-3558.0%270(7.7)51-373(7.3)(13.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 26.5,  CALGARY 26.3
TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
7/30/2013BRITISH COLUMBIA38-12W7W48.5O20-10221-25-231123-15522-34-2233
8/8/2013@ MONTREAL38-13W-2W52.5U25-12721-28-189017-10318-32-2106
9/8/2013@ MONTREAL37-30W2W50O16-8430-43-290313-4313-29-1904
9/14/2013@ SASKATCHEWAN31-29W9W55.5O17-9118-29-200413-2725-50-3293
9/21/2013@ CALGARY            
9/28/2013@ EDMONTON            
10/14/2013@ HAMILTON            
10/19/2013@ WINNIPEG            

CALGARY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
7/26/2013@ WINNIPEG37-24W-5.5W48.5O29-11429-33-363016-9019-35-1812
8/17/2013@ BRITISH COLUMBIA22-26L4T52.5U19-7723-40-217118-7916-28-2074
8/23/2013@ TORONTO35-14W3.5W57U35-17718-26-251113-7421-33-2493
9/6/2013@ EDMONTON22-12W-3.5W57U23-17219-26-139221-14316-26-1481
9/28/2013@ HAMILTON            
10/11/2013BRITISH COLUMBIA            
10/18/2013@ EDMONTON            
TORONTO: No one has a tougher act to follow than Scott Milanovich, who led Toronto to victory in the 100th Grey Cup as a rookie head coach. Veteran quarterback Ricky Ray returns as does explosive receiver/kick-return Chad Owens, the CFL's top player last season, and Grey Cup MVP running back Chad Kackert. Gone are defensive linemen Armond Armstead (NFL's New England Patriots), Adriano Belli (retired), Ron Flemons (released) and Ricky Foley (Saskatchewan, free agent), leaving tackle Kevin Huntley as the lone returning player from that unit. Huntley will line up alongside former CFL all-star tackle Khalif Mitchell, who was obtained this off-season from B.C. Rugged linebacker Rob McCune anchors the front seven and the return of all-star cornerback Pat Watkins will definitely help the secondary. But the unit will miss the experience and savvy of veteran safety Jordan Younger, who retired prior to the start of training camp.
CALGARY: Quarterback Drew Tate begins his second straight season as the starter amid questions on whether he can stay healthy. He suffered a separated shoulder against Toronto the second week of the 2012 campaign, sidelining him for all but the final two regular-season games. Tate's season came to a bitter end as the result of a fractured bone in his right wrist in Calgary's West Division semifinal win over Saskatchewan. Veteran Kevin Glenn led Calgary to nine wins with Tate out, then guided the Stampeders past B.C. in the conference final and into the Grey Cup against Toronto. Tate certainly has big-play support in running back Jon Cornish ' the CFL's top Canadian ' and veteran receiver Nik Lewis. Veteran lineman Charleston Hughes anchors the defence after finishing tied for the CFL lead in forced fumbles (five) and second in sacks (11). The addition of all-star defensive back Jonathan Hefney should help strengthen the secondary.

Last Updated: 8/29/2014 5:01:15 AM EST

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