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Toronto vs Edmonton: Argonauts Are Fighting For Their Playoff Lives

Edmonton Eskimos: Looking to sweep the Argonauts

Sitting with a 9-4 record, Edmonton looks to win back-to-back games after they crushed Saskatchewan 24-0 at home last weekend. Though they were facing a Roughriders squad who were without starting QB Darian Durant, the Eskimos defence flexed their muscles as they held the ‘Riders to 145 yards of total offense that included a ridiculous 53 passing yards. Edmonton is outscoring their opponents by an average 26-19 final count. The Eskimos won the first meeting 41-27 in Edmonton back during CFL Week 9 action.

Toronto Argonauts: In need of wins to make the CFL playoff party

Unable to string together any kind of momentum, Toronto (4-8) is looking to win back to back games for just the second time this season. Coming off a bye week, the Argonauts pulled it all together in a 40-23 rout of the Lions in CFL Week 13 action on the road at BC Place. Argos QB Ricky Ray had his top receiver Chad Owens back in the mix and he completed 24 of 33 passes for 264 yards and two touchdowns – including a 38-yard TD strike to Owens. This is the Argos last contest versus a CFL West division team this season.

CFL Week 15 Prediction: Edmonton is 6-1 versus East division teams this season with the lone loss being a 25-23 defeat in Week 13 on the road in Hamilton. We are getting points with the better defense in this contest and we will gladly take them. Wager 500 units on the Eskimos with the point spread price posted at the SportsInteraction online sportsbook. Tackle some CFL action with the 100% bonus offer at SIA!

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