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CFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/10/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




MONTREAL (8 - 10) at HAMILTON (10 - 8)
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Week 20 Sunday, 11/10/2013 1:00 PM
CFL PLAYOFFS - East Division Semifinals
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MONTREAL - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games8-10-4.411-78-1025.513.9324.4(6.1)2.626.211.1314.5(6.1)2.5
Road Games4-5+0.27-24-526.715.9349.3(6.5)1.926.610.3325.0(6.4)3.1
Last 3 Games2-1+13-00-327.720.7363.0(6.6)1.317.35.7271.7(5.7)1.0
Turf Games6-10-7.49-78-826.013.7320.1(6.1)2.727.611.3315.9(6.1)2.6
Division Games4-6-7.26-44-624.815.1313.8(6)2.525.011.2298.8(6)2.1
MONTREAL - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.513.917.929:5219-96(5.1)19-3455.7%228(6.8)53-324(6.1)(12.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.514.220.330:1219-108(5.6)21-3362.7%251(7.5)53-359(6.8)(13.6)
Offense Road Games26.715.918.830:4320-101(5)19-3457.8%248(7.4)54-349(6.5)(13.1)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.113.32030:4818-103(5.6)21-3363.8%248(7.4)52-351(6.8)(13.4)
Defense Road Games26.610.318.129:1717-98(5.6)20-3459.6%227(6.8)51-325(6.4)(12.2)

HAMILTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games10-8+0.79-96-1125.213.9373.6(7.2)1.926.013.6351.2(7)1.4
Home Games6-3+1.13-62-625.413.2376.9(7.2)2.425.313.3333.2(6.8)1.4
Last 3 Games2-1+0.81-20-323.07.7298.3(6)1.722.317.7328.3(5.9)2.7
Turf Games9-7+0.38-85-1024.112.3367.2(7.1)2.125.613.3344.7(6.8)1.6
Division Games8-2+6.25-53-628.715.8379.8(7.2)1.622.112.8323.1(6.5)1.9
HAMILTON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.213.922.131:1017-103(6.1)23-3565.8%271(7.7)52-374(7.2)(14.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.91420.130:2819-106(5.5)21-3462.7%246(7.3)53-352(6.7)(13.1)
Offense Home Games25.413.222.331:1617-104(6)23-3565.5%273(7.8)52-377(7.2)(14.8)
Defense (All Games)26.013.619.128:5017-99(5.7)20-3362.3%252(7.7)50-351(7)(13.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.713.119.130:3219-102(5.4)20-3361.2%236(7.2)52-338(6.5)(13.2)
Defense Home Games25.313.317.828:4418-106(6)20-3162.9%227(7.2)49-333(6.8)(13.2)
Average power rating of opponents played: MONTREAL 26.2,  HAMILTON 25.8
MONTREAL - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013@ BRITISH COLUMBIA14-36L9L51.5U13-6023-40-202318-10123-35-2165
9/21/2013@ HAMILTON26-28L7.5W52O15-4726-36-270118-10216-28-1462
10/5/2013@ EDMONTON47-24W3W50O25-18816-30-253211-4526-47-3816
10/26/2013@ HAMILTON24-27L5.5W52.5U20-11323-39-339320-14817-25-1471
11/1/2013@ TORONTO23-20W1.5W51.5U22-10715-28-189119-12315-28-1731
11/10/2013@ HAMILTON            

HAMILTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/13/2013@ CALGARY22-26L5.5W57U15-9526-41-381218-11021-31-2813
10/4/2013@ TORONTO33-19W3.5W57U25-13419-31-255213-6921-32-2481
10/20/2013@ MONTREAL5-36L-1L52.5U11-6621-39-158121-11417-36-2270
11/2/2013@ WINNIPEG37-7W-2W52U20-18126-34-195310-4619-40-1465
MONTREAL: Dan Hawkins begins his first season as a CFL head coach having the unenviable task of following Marc Trestman. Trestman led Montreal to a 59-31 regular-season record and two Grey Cup wins over five seasons before being hired as the Chicago Bears' head coach. One factor working in Hawkins' favour is veteran quarterback Anthony Calvillo. Pro football's all-time passing leader returns for a 20th CFL season and surpassed the 5,000-yard plateau three times under Trestman. Newcomer Arland Bruce III should bolster a solid receiving corps already featuring 1,000-yard veterans S.J. Green and Jamel Richardson. Questions exist at running back with incumbent Brandon Whitaker and newcomer Jerome Messam both returning from injury. Defensively, linebackers Shea Emery and Chip Cox, Montreal's 2012 tackling leaders, and defensive lineman leader John Bowman, who had a team-high seven sacks, are all back while free-agent cornerback Byron Parker should improve the secondary.
HAMILTON: New head coach Kent Austin looks to get Hamilton back into the CFL playoffs without home-field advantage. The Ticats will play their home games in Guelph, Ont., while a new venue is built where Ivor Wynne Stadium once stood. Austin, who led Saskatchewan to the '07 Grey Cup, should have a potent offence spearheaded by veteran quarterback Henry Burris, but the club will miss disgruntled Chris Williams, who remains in a bitter contract dispute. Williams was the club's leading receiver and had a team-record 17 TDs last year, including a league-record six on kick returns. That helped earn Williams the CFL's top special-teams player award. Shoring up a porous defence was an off-season priority as the Ticats signed defensive linemen Shomari Williams and Brian Bulcke as well as defensive backs Evan McCullough and James Patrick as free agents and have high hopes for defensive back Courtney Stephen, a top 2012 draft pic

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