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Brady's Injured Hand has Little Impact on Jaguars-Patriots Line

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Jan/18/2018

The Patriots starting quarterback Tom Brady has been limited in practice with a right hand injury but thus far the oddsmakers seem reluctant to shift the line in the Jags-Pats AFC Championship game much.  The trend has been to drop the line all the way down to -8 from a high of -9.5 favoring New England. 

Brady sustained an injury to his right throwing hand in a minor collision in practice Wednesday.

A source close to Brady said it is possible the injury could affect him slightly in Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but Brady is moving forward with the belief that he should be OK overall, according to Mike Reiss of ESPN.

Should the Jaguars somehow beat New England Sunday, they would play in their first ever Super Bowl.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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