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What's going on with the Patriots-Dolphins line?

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By Mike Wilkening

Per a scan of VegasInsider.com, the Patriots-Dolphins game is widely off the board at Las Vegas casinos, and it is unclear why.

The Patriots were favored by close to a TD earlier in the week, but money has apparently come in on the Dolphins on Thursday, and per this VegasInsider.com line movement chart, the line has fallen today. New England is now favored by anywhere between 3-to-4.5 points, so far as I can tell.

I'll be monitoring this story and will be providing updates as we learn more.

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