Canadian Football League (CFL) 2022: Winner Predictions and Betting Updates

A long season is played in the Canadian Football League (CFL). During that time, the 2022 standings will experience some changes. There is plenty of time for events to alter and for teams to unite because each of the nine teams will play 18 games.

In addition, six of the nine teams have a chance to advance. You must note that clubs can still be in the chase until the very last day of the season. The Canadian Football League’s 64th and 68th seasons are underway. Each squad is scheduled to play 18 games over 21 weeks, from June 9 through October 29.

The CFL standings and the playoff situation as of today, if the season ended today, are shown below.

East Division

  1. Toronto Argonauts (7-5)
  2. Montreal Alouettes (5-7)
  3. Hamilton Tiger-Cats (4-9)
  4. Ottawa Redblacks (3-9)

West Division

  1. Winnipeg Blue Bombers (12-2)
  2. BC Lions (9-3)
  3. Calgary Stampeders (8-5)
  4. Saskatchewan Roughriders (6-8)
  5. Edmonton Elks (4-10)

What Are the CFL Playoffs and Grey Cup Date for 2022?

The Grey Cup Playoffs will begin on Sunday, November 6, after completing the 2022 CFL regular season. The second round of the Grey Cup Playoffs will be on Sunday, November 13, after that first round. On Sunday, November 20, the 109th Grey Cup game will be played.

Six of the nine CFL clubs made the playoffs, which makes the scenario a little interesting. Three rounds make up the playoffs. The Division Semi-Finals, which precede the Division Finals and are followed by the Grey Cup game, are the first round.

The crossover rule, a break from that rule, is an example. Each division has three teams that can advance, with the top team receiving a bye into the Division Finals. In the semi-final, the team that finished second will play the team that finished third.

Suppose the team in fourth place in either division of the 2022 CFL rankings has a better record than the team in third place in the opposing division, what happens?. That team will enter the playoffs for the opposing division as the visiting team in the division semi-finals.

Who Will Win the Grey Cup In 2022?

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are the only betting favorites on the 2022 Grey Cup odds board. With BC and Calgary following closely behind. The Blue Bombers recently won their 12th Grey Cup in thrilling overtime fashion. In their quest for a third straight Grey Cup victory, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers continue to be the team to beat.

Week 15 was an exciting ride, with BC defeating the Calgary Stampeders. They play overtime, and Winnipeg is getting hammered by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Betting Reviews for the CFL 2022

To make the most of the Canadian Football league as a bettor on NFL parlay betting, you must understand each team on their merits. You need to review the performance of these teams over a period and compare it to the team they will be playing against. Taking this into consideration, let us consider some major teams in the CFL.

●     Winnipeg Blue Bombers (-110)

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are the betting favorite for the 2022 Grey Cup, available at +110, which should be no surprise to anyone. They successfully defended their 2019 title and went into the season hoping to three-peat, having won their 12th Grey Cup in December.

The Blue Bombers, who lead the CFL with a 12-2 record, just suffered a loss to the Tiger-Cats. Since falling to Montreal 2-17 in Week 10, Winnipeg has not lost a game. The Bombers won’t panic just yet; they have a bye week and will try to turn things around in Week 17.

●     BC Lions (+400)

The Lions’ situation was not good, but BC has now moved back up the board to +400. Thanks to a huge overtime victory in Calgary over the weekend. With a victory over the Stamps in Week 16, the Lions, who are currently 9-3, will try to become the second team to record 10 victories.

●     Toronto Argonauts (+450)

The Toronto Argonauts, who have won three games in a row and are in first place in the East division, are listed as the third team on the board. The Argos’ recent performance has now put them in a position to be +450, with a possibility to rise if they can keep winning. Toronto has a bye in Week 15, but it will play the Redblacks the following weekend in a rematch from Week 14.

Previous Winners of Grey Cup

The tiny league size and frequent player mobility encourage great club parity. In the past ten seasons, 7 out of the 9 active CFL teams have taken home the Grey Cup. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have made the most Grey Cup appearances in the CFL with 26, while the Toronto Argonauts have won the most in league history (17).


This season, the Canadian Football League has included nine teams as usual. The oldest football trophy in the world is up for grabs. Take advantage of the league’s final stretch while placing sensible bets.

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