The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have had a mixed performance against the point spread over the past three seasons in the Canadian Football League (CFL). The team's overall record, home favorite record, home underdog record, road favorites record, and road underdogs record provide useful insights into their betting performance during this period.
In the 2022 season, the Tiger-Cats went 8-11 against the spread (ATS), equal to their straight-up (SU) record. This meant that they covered the spread in approximately 42% of their games. Their games also slightly leaned towards hitting the over on total points (O/U), with 10 of 19 going over.
Home Favorite Record
The Tiger-Cats have performed well as home favorites over the last three years. They held an impressive ATS record of 16-9 and an even more remarkable SU record of 20-5, indicating strong performances when they were expected to win at home. Their O/U record was slightly tilted towards the under at 12-13-0.
Home Underdog Record
Hamilton's record as a home underdog over the past three years has been minimal but positive. They have an ATS and SU record of 2-1, covering the spread and winning outright in two out of three games. The O/U in these games also leaned towards the over at 2-1-0.
Road Favorites Record
As road favorites, the Tiger-Cats have also shown strong performance in the past three years, with an 8-4-1 ATS record and a 9-4 SU record. These numbers indicate that the Tiger-Cats have often managed to cover the spread and win outright when they were expected to do so on the road. However, their games leaned towards the under on total points, with an O/U record of 5-8-0.
Road Underdogs Record
The past three seasons have seen the Tiger-Cats struggle as road underdogs, with a 7-8 ATS record and a 3-12 SU record. This means they failed to cover the spread and win outright in most of these games. The O/U record in these games also leaned towards the under at 5-10-0.
In summary, the Tiger-Cats have shown strong performance as home favorites and road favorites in the past three years, but have struggled as road underdogs. This analysis can be used to guide betting decisions for Hamilton Tiger-Cats games in the forthcoming CFL seasons.