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CFL Picks — Week 11

<p>The Stampedersare a decent team and they'll be coming off a week's rest,but I'm thinking Anthony Calvillo and the Alouettesbounce back with a vengeance after their embarrassment in Toronto last week.</p>


THURSDAY, AUG. 24:

Calgary at Montreal


ODDSMAKERS' LINE:Montreal is favoured by3.5 points.

MARTY SAYS: The Stampedersare a decent team and they'll be coming off a week's rest,but I'm thinking Anthony Calvillo and the Alouettesbounce back with a vengeance after their embarrassment in Toronto last week. As Argos head coach Pinball Clemons said following his team's win over Montreal: "Anthony doesn't throw(five)interceptions very often.I'd hate to be the next team facing him."



MARTY'S PICK: TAKEMONTREAL MINUS THE 3.5 POINTS.






FRIDAY, AUG. 25:


Toronto at Winnipeg



ODDSMAKERS' LINE:Toronto is favoured by3.5 points


MARTY SAYS: The Blue Bombers still will be without quarterback Kevin Glenn (knee) and receiver Milt Stegall (ribs), but their defence is first-rate and I have a hunch it'll give Toronto's offence a tough time. Whoever is at QB for Winnipeg -- Mike Quinn or Brad Banks -- will have to at least be average for an upset to occur.



MARTY'S PICK: TAKEWINNIPEG PLUS THE 3.5POINTS.






SATURDAY, AUG. 26:


Hamilton at Saskatchewan


ODDSMAKERS' LINE:Saskatchewan is favoured by 4.5 points.

MARTY SAYS: This makes no sense, I know, but, back-to-back games in the CFL always seem to take strange twists, so I'm taking the Tiger-Cats on a complete hunch. (Don't bet the farm, though).



MARTY'S PICK: TAKEHAMILTON PLUS THE 4.5POINTS.





RESULTS OF WEEK 10:



B.C. 30, Edmonton 28



Saskatchewan 46, Hamilton 15



Toronto 31, Montreal 6


Marty's record vs. the point spread last week: 0-3-0


Marty's record vs. the point spread in 2006: 17-16-1

 
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