Grey Cup odds for 2024 CFL season: Blue Bombers remain the favourites
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are the favourites to win the Grey Cup. Photo by Nathan Denette/CP.

Week 1 of the CFL season is in the books and it provided some movement on the Grey Cup odds table.

The latest: The Montreal Alouettes bested the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 27-12, in Week 1. As a result, the reigning Grey Cup champions jumped up to second on the odds table. Meanwhile, the Toronto Argonauts beat the BC Lions at BMO Field, giving the Argos sole possession of the third-shortest odds.

Find the latest Grey Cup odds, as of June 10, below.

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Best CFL Grey Cup odds

Despite losing in Week 1, the Blue Bombers remain favoured to win the Grey Cup this season.

That shouldn't be much of a surprise as they have been to four consecutive Grey Cups, winning two.

The Blue Bombers have won the West Division in three consecutive seasons while losing no more than four games in any of those campaigns.

Zach Collaros remains under centre and continues to be the standard bearer at quarterback in the CFL. He leads a dangerous offensive group that complements the league's most consistent defensive unit.

He wasn't at his best in Week 1 but still completed 61.0% of his passes for 209 yards. Playing the Als to kick off the year was a difficult draw, so it remains to be seen if this offence has taken a step back.

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Best value: Roughriders (+1,200)

Saskatchewan's biggest issue used to be the offensive line, but the team made it a priority to bolster that group.

The Roughriders signed Jermarcus Hardrick and Ryan Sceviour to block for quarterback Trevor Harris, who played just five games last year because of injuries.

And it was evident in Week 1. Harris threw for 305 yards and three touchdowns, but his two interceptions leave room for a little concern.

Either way, the offence looked great in the opening week and that is reflected on the odds table.

The Roughriders went from 16-to-1 underdogs to now having 12-1 odds to win the Grey Cup, which still provides plenty of value.

Grey Cup odds notes

  • The Argonauts' offence looked just as strong without starting quarterback Chad Kelly. In his place, Cameron Dukes threw for 254 yards and three touchdowns while adding 65 yards on the ground. Time will tell if Dukes is a competent replacement in what should be a strong offence moving forward.
  • The Alouettes' 2023 playoff run has translated into a strong start in the new season. Receiver Tyson Philpot caught 10 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns from quarterback Cody Fajardo in Week 1. That dynamic duo plus a strong defence gives fans hope for a repeat in Montreal.
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