Stampeders vs. Roughriders Prediction: CFL Week 10 Point Spread, Odds

Nik Kowalski | Updated Oct 07, 2021

It’s a rematch Saturday night in Regina as the Saskatchewan Roughriders look to dish out some revenge to their division rival in the Calgary Stampeders.

October 09, 2021, 7:00 PM ET
Mosaic Stadium
Pointspread +6.5 -105
Moneyline +200
Over / Under o +45.5


Betting Action


Pointspread -6.5 -115
Moneyline -241
Over / Under u +45.5


Betting Action


Last Saturday saw Calgary defeat the Roughriders 23-17 at home to stay in the West playoff race. The Stamps now sit in fourth at 3-5, with Saskatchewan in second at 5-3.

If Calgary grinds out a dub in Regina this weekend, suddenly the Riders will be 5-4, have Week 11 off, and then back in Calgary for Week 12. It’s crunch time in the CFL season, and every game is important. Kickoff at Mosaic Stadium is at 8 p.m. EST.

The Roughriders are 3.5-point favourites to win on the CFL odds, with a total of 43.5.

CFL Odds and Betting

Saskatchewan was a field goal favourite on the road last week, and the same is true this week expect in a different location. The Riders sit as 3.5-point favourites, but are just 4-8 against the spread in their last 12 versus the Stamps.

Both teams may be missing key players who contribute to scoring. In Saskatchewan, kicker Brett Lauther has been limited at practice with a head injury. Leading receiver Kamar Jorden still isn’t practicing in Calgary due to a hamstring injury, and now running back Ka’Deem Carey is on the injury report with a back issue. If these guys are out, the under is worth a serious look.

The total currently sits at 43.5. Both teams are 5-3 to the under this season.

Calgary Stampeders

When Bo Levi Mitchell was playing on a fractured leg, it served as a valid excuse for some inaccurate balls. Now supposedly healthy, those same issues are lingering. Mitchell threw for 184 yards and two scores in Week 9, but missed some easy ones including a walk-in touchdown to Malik Henry. If it wasn’t Mitchell, a quarterback controversy would be brewing very soon.

The return of defensive back Jamar Wall to the Stamps’ defence left Jason Maas’ offence flustered. Saskatchewan finished with 358 yards of offence but most came in the fourth quarter with Calgary up by two scores. Now healthy, the Stamps may be turning a corner on defence.

Saskatchewan Roughriders

There’s plenty of reasons to like Saskatchewan to bounce back this Saturday. First, Cody Fajardo had an off-game and missed several deep shots he usually makes. Trust Maas to scheme those same open looks based off what transpired a week ago — whether it’s deep one-on-one shots to Kian Schaffer-Baker or spots where the speedy Kyran Moore can run himself open.

Then Jason Shivers’ defence is way too talented to lead the league in opponents’ offensive touchdowns (20). Sooner or later, the Riders veteran group will clean it up when it matters. Lastly, the Riders are a different animal at home and it shows with their 4-1 record in 2021.

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