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CFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/17/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




SASKATCHEWAN (12 - 7) at CALGARY (14 - 4)
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Week 21 Sunday, 11/17/2013 4:35 PM
CFL PLAYOFFS - West Division Final
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SASKATCHEWAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games12-7-2.98-109-928.815.1375.9(6.7)1.422.310.5329.0(6.6)2.4
Road Games5-4-1.84-44-427.614.9356.9(6.8)1.224.810.6382.7(7.2)2.3
Last 3 Games1-2-1.80-22-026.713.7382.0(6.9)
Turf Games11-7-47-108-928.314.7370.8(6.5)1.421.910.3320.1(6.5)2.5
Division Games7-4+1.24-66-428.515.1373.2(6.7)1.123.310.6341.1(6.7)2.5
SASKATCHEWAN - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.815.122.131:5224-131(5.6)21-3362.6%245(7.4)56-376(6.7)(13)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.613.620.130:1720-111(5.6)21-3362.8%240(7.3)53-350(6.7)(13.2)
Offense Road Games27.614.920.030:1222-132(6.1)18-3060.6%225(7.4)52-357(6.8)(13)
Defense (All Games)22.310.518.528:0817-101(5.8)19-3359.0%228(7)50-329(6.6)(14.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.912.919.630:4319-106(5.6)20-3362.0%241(7.3)52-347(6.7)(13.4)
Defense Road Games24.810.621.429:4818-110(6.1)21-3561.1%273(7.8)53-383(7.2)(15.4)

CALGARY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games14-4+7.711-58-930.517.6383.4(7.1)1.422.911.9334.8(6.5)1.9
Home Games8-1+4.25-36-235.719.8418.9(7.5)2.026.311.6348.0(6.9)1.7
Last 3 Games2-1+11-10-221.011.3323.7(6.4)1.721.314.0296.0(5.7)1.7
Turf Games13-4+6.310-58-830.217.4380.8(7.1)1.423.511.8335.5(6.5)1.9
Division Games7-3+45-35-429.117.4352.8(6.7)1.525.711.7329.7(6.4)1.7
CALGARY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)30.517.621.932:3123-141(6.2)21-3167.6%242(7.8)54-383(7.1)(12.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.413.419.730:1719-108(5.6)21-3362.8%240(7.3)52-348(6.7)(13.2)
Offense Home Games35.719.824.132:4823-157(6.7)22-3366.8%262(8)56-419(7.5)(11.7)
Defense (All Games)22.911.920.227:2918-106(6)20-3458.4%229(6.8)52-335(6.5)(14.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.812.719.730:4319-105(5.5)20-3361.4%241(7.3)52-345(6.6)(13.4)
Defense Home Games26.311.619.627:1216-98(6.2)20-3557.6%250(7.2)51-348(6.9)(13.2)
Average power rating of opponents played: SASKATCHEWAN 27,  CALGARY 26.7
SASKATCHEWAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013BRITISH COLUMBIA22-24L-6L52.5U12-3935-52-307214-6720-36-1940
9/29/2013@ MONTREAL12-17L-4L53U9-1524-46-314317-8322-37-3141
10/4/2013@ BRITISH COLUMBIA31-17W3W52.5U20-12121-31-214014-8019-38-2563
10/19/2013BRITISH COLUMBIA35-14W-3.5W50.5U31-18613-29-187317-9313-30-1477
10/26/2013@ CALGARY25-29L4T54P15-5417-31-158225-12522-33-2545
11/10/2013BRITISH COLUMBIA29-25W-4.5L52O24-17019-23-250027-21320-26-2101
11/17/2013@ CALGARY            

CALGARY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/28/2013@ HAMILTON35-11W1W56.5U23-16017-26-232118-14723-42-2595
10/11/2013BRITISH COLUMBIA40-26W-6W53.5O21-14522-38-246117-5623-39-3001
10/18/2013@ EDMONTON27-13W-4.5W54U26-17516-26-219017-10720-37-2042
11/1/2013@ BRITISH COLUMBIA7-26L1.5L52U14-9714-27-101032-17912-25-1861
SASKATCHEWAN: It's Saskatchewan's turn to try and win the Grey Cup as the host city. The Riders will attempt to become the third straight team to achieve the feat. GM Brendan Taman was busy tweaking his roster this off-season, signing free-agent defensive lineman Ricky Foley and John Chick and defensive back Dwight Anderson. But his biggest move was acquiring veteran slotback Geroy Simon from B.C. after 12 seasons there. Simon is already the CFL's all-time receiving yards leader and needs just 29 catches to become the league's career receptions leader. But hamstring injuries limited Simon to 54 catches for 700 yards and two TDs in 2012 ' the first time in 10 years Simon didn't crack the 1,000-yard receiving plateau. The Riders hope Simon, 37, can complement speedy Weston Dressler (94 catches, 1,206 yards, 13 TDs) and give quarterback Darian Durant another go-to receiver.
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.

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