The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are a cornerstone franchise of the Canadian Football League and a pivotal part of Manitoba’s culture. The Blue Bombers are on a 25 year Grey Cup championship draught, but with a recently completed stadium and an entertaining head coach, football life in Winnipeg is still a thing of glory. For those who want their own glory, check this site for the best Winnipeg Blue Bombers betting odds on the web.  

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Odds Today

Want the best Winnipeg Blue Bomber betting odds today, check below here for live odds for the team’s next game. 

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers Schedule

Planning ahead is a smart move and with the full schedule of Winnipeg games below, bettors can plan out what games are the most enticing – weeks or months in advance. 

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers Standings

Look no further than right here for the Western Division and CFL standings, and see where Winnipeg is after every week of CFL action.

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers Betting

To help Canadians in the eastern part of the prairies deal with the beginning of the Great Depression, Winnipeg was awarded a football team in 1930. From their early until the new millennium the Blue Bombers have been a strong football program making a record 24 Grey Cups.

Due to Winnipeg’s geographical location, the team has a history of switching divisions as the league grows and contracts. Before Ottawa rejoined the league in 2014, Winnipeg played in the Eastern Division for just under a decade. Since the CFL created divisions in 1961, the Blue Bombers have changed divisions a CFL record 9 times.

Winnipeg – maybe more so than any other team – deals with inclement weather in the latter parts of the season and the playoffs. It is typical to see snow during the late games and playoffs, while most other CFL cities rarely get any serious cold/snow before the season has concluded.  

The Blue Bombers’ biggest rival is arguably the Saskatchewan Roughriders, with the teams meeting every year in on Labour Day for the annual Banjo Bowl.  Beginning their annual rivalry game in 2004, the teams are tied 6-6 throughout 12 meetings making this one of the most competitive rivalries the CFL has to offer. After Labour Day, the level of competition heats up as the standings become more compact and each game and point is all the more critical for teams making the playoffs and determining seeding.

Make sure to follow injury updates and player transaction before laying down any serious money on the game. The CFL is known for quarterbacks entire being injured or benched, which leads to a lot of late movement on the money lines and spread. Stay in the know and you will save yourself some serious dough.