Winnipeg and Toronto clash in Week 6 on Saturday night and Winnipeg on the ML has value here.
Winnipeg and Toronto have both stumbled out of the gate, but its the Blue Bombers who have the edge here.
Offensively, they have racked up 388.6 yards per game compared to just the 306 Toronto averages. This is thanks in large part to Andrew Harris, who continues to be a dual threat both with the run game and receiving.
Harris comes into this one with 449 rush yards on the year and 4 touchdowns on the ground. Through the air, Harris has added 142 yards and a touchdown. His playmaking abilities can not only change a game but have given a huge boost to this Winnipeg offense both on the ground and through the air.
At this low of a price here, backing the side with the ability to make big plays is the smart move.
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