Lions-Vikings Betting Line, Daily Fantasy Sports Picks

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/18/2015
Lions-Vikings Betting Line, Daily Fantasy Sports Picks

Gambling911.com has your Lions-Vikings betting line and Daily Fantasy Sports picks for Week 2.

We had a line of -1 favoring Minnesota for this game in which both teams lost their opener.  Some books were offering the Lions at +3.  The total was set at between 43 and 44. 

Detroit has won or covered the current line in this series over the last four meetings. 

Detroit is 1-6 Against The Spread in their last 7 games on the road and 2-15 Straight Up in their last 17 games when playing on the road against Minnesota.  There are no major injuries to report for this game.

Matt Stafford's turnovers really hurt his fantasy production, resulting in just over 20 fantasy points compared to opposing Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who scored nearly 30.  Stafford did not fared well at all versus Minnesota last year and the road play provides a further handicap.

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