Fantasy Football: 5 Historical Vegas Trends You Should Know for Week 3
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.
Last week, some trends pointed us in the direction of starting Matthew Stafford and John Brown. While those did not work out, the logic made sense for both, and the Arizona Cardinals even scored 40 points. But on a more positive note, the trends helped us avoid Brandin Cooks and the Oakland D/ST. If you paid up for Graham Gano, you were rewarded handsomely.
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 3?