Odds to win the Grey Cup: Argonauts on top ahead of date with Blue Bombers
Photo by Spencer Colby/The Canadian Press. Chad Kelly and the Toronto Argonauts remain the Grey Cup favourites. Photo by Spencer Colby/The Canadian Press.

The CFL's best teams are a clear cut above the rest as the season winds down

The latest: The Toronto Argonauts keep rolling along as the league's most dangerous team. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are next up, but they're coming off a shocking loss. The BC Lions round out the league's elite as their offence heats up.

Find the latest Grey Cup odds, as of Sept. 26, below.

Grey Cup odds

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TeamOdds (September 26)Odds (September 15)
Toronto Argonauts+140+140
Winnipeg Blue Bombers+180+180
BC Lions+380+400
Montreal Alouettes+1,500+1,500
Hamilton Tiger-Cats+2,500+2,500
Saskatchewan Roughriders+2,500+2,000
Calgary Stampeders+15,000+8,000
Ottawa Redblacks+20,000++8,000
Edmonton Elks+30,000+30,000

CFL odds as of 3:53 p.m. on 09/26/2023.

Best CFL Grey Cup odds

The favourite: Argonauts (+140)

Toronto earned another lopsided victory in Week 16.

The defence came to play against Hamilton, registering a touchdown and a safety in the victory. The unit's first-quarter score gave the team a 10-0 lead and its fourth-quarter safety pushed the game out of reach.

Chad Kelly didn't have his best day, but he was still effective. He completed 17-of-26 attempts for 242 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.

Kelly is second among all QBs in yards per attempt (10.4), third in passing touchdowns (21) and second in rushing touchdowns (eight).

The defence has been solid all year long, conceding the second-fewest points (21 4.) and third-fewest yards per play (6.0). Each of the Argonauts' last three opponents has scored 20 points or fewer.

Toronto's odds held steady after the win, but will likely move after its Week 17 tilt with Winnipeg.

Other Grey Cup choices

Best value: Blue Bombers (+180)

Winnipeg's bye seems to have come at a good time.

The Blue Bombers entered their break with losses in two of their last three games, with both being to teams (Roughriders and Tiger-Cats) who are not among the CFL's best.

Zach Collaros was especially shaky in the team's most recent game, a 29-23 loss to Hamilton. He threw for 344 passing yards but had more interceptions (three) than touchdowns (two) in the defeat.

Collaros has thrown three interceptions in two of his last five games after not doing so in his first nine outings of this season.

The defence grades out as the best in the league, allowing the fewest points per game (20.9) and the second-fewest yards per play (5.76).

Collaros will have to be sharper if the team wants to beat the Argonauts in Week 17.

Team to watch: Lions (+380)

First in the West Division is BC's if it wants it.

The Lions will sit back and watch the Blue Bombers take on the Argonauts this week while it gears up for a date with Saskatchewan. A win for BC and a Winnipeg loss will vault the Lions into first in the West Division ahead of their clash with the Blue Bombers in Week 18.

The defence isn't quite as strong as it was to open the year but the offence is picking up the slack. The Lions have scored 30-plus points in three consecutive games, winning each contest.

Vernon Adams Jr. is second in passing touchdowns (25) and has more 300-yard passing games (eight) than any other QB.

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