Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs BC Lions Prediction 7-7-24 Picks

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The BC Lions and Hamilton Tiger-Cats meet Sunday in week 5 CFL action at Tim Hortons Field. Here’s a Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs BC Lions Prediction. This article will include a Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs BC Lions Pick.

BC Lions Betting Preview

The BC Lions look to build on their 3-game winning streak. The BC Lions are 1-1 SU on the road this season. Vernon Adams Jr. is completing 67.7 percent of his passes for 1,369 yards, 7 touchdowns and 1 interception. Alexander Hollins and Justin McInnis have combined for 795 receiving yards and 5 touchdowns, while Ayden Eberhardt has 8 receptions. The BC Lions ground game is averaging 86 yards per contest, and William Stanback leads the way with 229 yards on 53 carries. Defensively, BC is allowing 24.3 points and 367 yards per game. Ben Hladik leads the BC Lions with 27 tackles, Pete Robertson has 2 sacks and Garry Peters has 1 interception.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats Betting Preview

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are still looking for their first win of the season after 4 straight losses. The Tiger-Cats hope to avoid their first 0-5 start since the 2017 season. Bo Levi Mitchell is completing 68.1 percent of his passes for 1,297 yards, 8 touchdowns and 5 interceptions. Shemar Bridges and Steven Dunbar Jr. have combined for 545 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns, while Tim White has 18 receptions. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats ground game is averaging 71 yards per contest, and James Butler leads the way with 156 yards on 30 carries. Defensively, Hamilton is allowing 31.3 points and 361.3 yards per game. Kyle Wilson leads the Hamilton Tiger-Cats with 27 tackles, Brandon Barlow has 3 sacks and Jamal Peters has 1 interception.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs BC Lions Prediction

The BC Lions are clearly the better team in this spot with the best total offense in the CFL, and they’re 7-3 SU and 7-2-1 ATS in the last 10 games against the Tiger-Cats. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are not only 0-4 SU on the season, but they’ve lost and failed to cover each of their last 5 games. The Tiger-Cats have shown flashes offensively, but they don’t finish drives, and they’re ninth in scoring defense. Until the Tiger-Cats actually put together a positive result or two, I’ll continue to fade them. I’ll lay the 4.5 points with the BC Lions on the road.

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