HAMILTON (0-0) AT MONTREAL (0-0)
5 P.M. (TSN/RDS)
ALS FAVOURED BY 11 1/2
TOTH: Alouettes still toughest team at home. Als by 6.
BUSBY: Calvillo treats another sellout crowd well. Als by 8.
HAGEN: Now taking bets on how long ancient Danny Mac will last after Als keep Cats out of endzone. Als by 21.
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OTTAWA (0-0) AT EDMONTON (0-0)
7 P.M. (TSN)
ESKIMOS FAVOURED BY 10 1/2
TOTH: With or without Ricky Ray, Esks get easy start to season. Esks by 7.
BUSBY: Somebody start the conspiracy theory: Esks play Ottawa and Winnipeg to start season. Esks by 9.
HAGEN: Ricky Ray or Jason Maas or Kevin Feterik. It really doesn't matter who Edmonton starts. Esks by 12.
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B.C. (0-0) AT TORONTO (0-0)
5 P.M. (CBC)
ARGOS FAVOURED BY 1/2
TOTH: Lions get early shot at Grey Cup redemption. Lions by 3.
BUSBY: Champs pick up where they left off. Argos by 7.
HAGEN: Dickenson will steal the show in the best game of Week 1. Lions by 3.
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WINNIPEG (0-0) AT SASKATCHEWAN (0-0)
8 P.M. (TSN)
ROUGHRIDERS FAVOURED BY 7 1/2
TOTH: Roughies should handle West Division doormat. Roughriders by 8.
BUSBY: Greene's season opener goes much better than last year. Roughriders by 12.
HAGEN: The 'Peg will surprise cautious 'Riders, who are trying to avoid a repeat of last year when Nealon Greene went down in the opener. Bombers by 3.