No fans are louder or more hardcore than those of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. With the best and rowdiest fans bettors need the best place to place wagers on the CFL’s most popular team. Check out the links on this page for the best Saskatchewan Roughriders betting odds and join the 13th man in cheering on the white and green. With the best fans in the CFL, the Roughriders are a treat to watch and joy to wager on. The franchise began operations in 1910 but they have managed to win four Grey Cups in 19 trips. That does not matter to the fans, as the Roughriders are as strong a sport brand as any in Canada.
Saskatchewan Roughriders Odds Today
Looking for the best Saskatchewan Roughriders betting odds today, look no further than the links below. With live odds from the best CFL sportsbooks on the web.
Saskatchewan Roughriders Schedule
See the whole picture below, as the entire schedule for the season can be found right on this page. As the season progresses live odds for each game are updated, so regular checkups are encouraged.
Saskatchewan Roughriders Standings
Regularly updated standings are a great tool for a bettor, check the standings here with updated statistics to see how the Roughriders’ season is faring.
Saskatchewan Roughriders Betting
When betting on the Roughriders, it is important to check out the player news and injury reports, season trends and historic matchup data. The Roughriders – due to their level of popularity – have plenty of information readily available for bettors to sift through and help make more informed wagers. In fact the Saskatchewan Roughriders – as of the start of the 2016 season are the only team in the league to operate an analytics page for fans.
Saskatchewan is located in CST time zone for the summer part of the season and the MT for in the latest weeks of the season and the playoffs. The difference is only an hour, but it is still worth noting. Also 2016 is expected to be the final season in which the Roughriders play at Taylor Field. An emotional farewell is anticipated as the stadium has been the official home of the Roughriders since 1936. After finishing last in the league in 2015, the Roughriders did some serious overhauling to the franchise by hiring a new head coach and reshaping the entire roster.
Expect a quick turnaround as the Roughriders have qualified for the postseason in 12 of the last 14 seasons, after only making one trip to the playoffs from 1995 to 2001.
With the passionate fan base comes added pressure which is one of the largest factors in Saskatchewan’s willingness to make waves in the offseason after the team tied its worst regular season record in the past three decades.