There's one thing better than taking down a wager on a spread or an over/under, and that is winning it in grand fashion.
Take week one for example.
TEN -6.5 vs. OAK was a joke. Or NE -5 vs. CIN, equally laughable. Just call those "easy money"
But when Vegas did many gamblers a favor with those two spreads, the handicappers got them real good with these ones:
HOU +1.5 vs. IND and WAS +3.5 vs. DAL.
It's easy to say that now, but they seemed to underestimate the rigors of division play.
Here are five spreads that Vegas may have gotten wrong in week two.
(All lines are from Caesars/Harrah's/Rio)