NFL’s opening weekend gave fantasy football players a wide assortment of data to digest. Some Week 1 results validated preseason perceptions, but others quickly torpedoed meticulous summer planning.
Aside from the raw yards, touchdowns, and fantasy points, gamers must especially pay attention to playing time and usage patterns from the opening slate. Do not, however, formulate concrete conclusions after one weekend. It’s one thing to get excited about Kareem Hunt, but it’s another to trade Le’Veon Bell.
Let’s examine notable numbers, trends, and injuries from every Week 1 game and determine what they mean going forward.