Fantasy Football: 5 Historical Vegas Trends You Should Know for Week 2

What do the odds say about Week 2 for certain players, and how can your fantasy teams benefit?

Looking at several historical bookmaking-related stats such as spreads, totals, and line movement can help determine which players can benefit your fantasy football teams the most over the weekend.

In Week 1, we used these to trust DeAngelo Williams and Spencer Ware, and they both went on to finish as the top two running backs of the week. We also forecasted the QB2 in Drew Brees, the WR1 in Brandin Cooks, and a top-five performance from the Philadelphia D/ST.

Of course, Danny Woodhead looked like a player to avoid, and he ended up finishing as the seventh-best running back in terms of FanDuel points, and Steven Hauschka posted a weak performance despite being a heavy favorite.

Using our new daily fantasy tools, you can track things such as spreads, game splits, and other valuable information to identify players to target and avoid. What should we focus on in Week 2?