Ottawa and Hamilton face off in a week 8 clash that is sure to go down to the wire. Ottawa has been playing well as of late and both teams need a victory in this game.
The Redblacks defeated the Blue Bombers 31-28. Dustin Crum led his team in rushing with 15-yard runs and two touchdowns on eight totes for an average of 9.0 yards per tote average; Nathaniel Behar led reception yardage with 87 on ten receptions with 8.7 average yardage per reception; Dustin Crum went 26/42 passing with 261 yards but couldn’t throw one for a touchdown; instead, he recorded one interception during play.
Redblacks rank 8th in scoring prowess among CFL teams by averaging 19.4 points per game and currently rank eighth when considering passing yards; they’ve amassed 921 passing yards this season while averaging 184.2 passing yards per contest, placing them 9th overall in CFL competition. Their rush attempts average 112.4 yards per contest with 562 total yards gained in 562 attempts for an average 112.4 average yardage run per contest and 296.6 yard average per outing which ranks them ninth overall in CFL competition.
The Redblacks rank second in terms of points allowed per game at 20.2; they have given up 101 total points since September 1. Ottawa has given up 353 yards through their ground game (70.6 per outing) this season – including four touchdowns on that form alone! In terms of passing game scoring, they have allowed four touchdowns with 255.2 yards/contest, placing them sixth overall.
The Tiger-Cats fell to Argonauts by a score of 31-15 in their latest matchup. Taylor Powell completed 27/41 passes for 282 yards but wasn’t able to throw any touchdown passes; instead he threw 1 pick during the game. James Butler led in rushing with 14 yards via 8 carries, averaging an average distance per carry of 1.8 yards; Terry Godwin lead receiving yardage with 103 earned on 7 receptions with an average distance per catch of 14.7 for this contest.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats average 21.7 points per game when it comes to scoring touchdowns, ranking 9th overall in the league with an average rushing yardage average of 82.0 yards, which ranks them 9th overall and have amassed 1,981 total yards this season. When it comes to touchdowns scored through both air and ground routes.
Regarding air yards given up, the Tiger-Cats have surrendered 1,613, ranking them eighth overall in the CFL. Over their 6 games played this season they have conceded 384.5 yards per contest which ranks 8th overall and 384.5 yards per game through air play, giving up an average completion percentage of 67.2% and conceding 268.8 per game through air play; also giving up 694 running yards through 6 contests played this year.
This promises to be a tight game which means the point spread makes this a difficult call. In the end, I will go with the home team, the Redblacks have played much better the last few weeks.
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