Stampeders pegged as 2-point favourites in Grey Cup

The Calgary Stampeders are listed as a slight favourite to beat the hometown Toronto Argonauts in the 100th Grey Cup (6 p.m. ET) on Sunday at Rogers Centre.
Stampeders quarterback Kevin Glenn is the early favourite to win the Grey Cup MVP award. His team is favoured by two points over the Argos. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

The Calgary Stampeders are listed as a slight favourite to beat the hometown Toronto Argonauts in the 100th Grey Cup (6 p.m. ET) on Sunday at Rogers Centre.

Calgary is a two-point favourite in the latest odds from the sports betting website, www.Bodog.ca. That's up a half-point from earlier in the week.

The over-under points total for the CFL championship game is also up a half-point, sitting at an even 55 points early Friday afternoon.

Las Vegas agreed with the lines, with the Caesars Entertainment book also giving Calgary a two-point edge with a 55-point over-under. United Kingdom bookmaker William Hill has the Stamps favoured to win by 1.5 points with a 55.5-point over-under.

Calgary quarterback Kevin Glenn is the early favourite to win the Grey Cup MVP award.

He's listed as a 9-4 favourite on Bodog, slightly ahead of Toronto pivot Ricky Ray (11-4), Stampeders running back Jon Cornish (7-2) and Argonauts running back Chad Kackert (9-2).

Toronto receivers Jason Barnes, Dontrelle Inman and Maurice Mann are all 50-1 longshots for the MVP honour. The same odds apply for Calgary receivers Maurice Price, Romby Bryant and Jabari Arthur. The rest of the field is listed at 10-1.

Cornish (-130) is listed as a slight favourite to record more rushing yards than Kackert (even) while Ray (-130) is favoured to record more TD passes than Glenn (even).