Spread on the Miami Dolphins vs. Minnesota Vikings Week 15 Game

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Don Shapiro
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  • The Vikings were at -7.5 even though Miami has the better record
  • Miami stunned the Patriots in the waning seconds of last week's game and stay alive in the playoff hunt
  • While highly unlikely, the Dolphins can actually still win the AFC East


Line Movement and Action on This Game

This one opened at Minnesota -9.5 and quickly dropped to -7.5 following the Dolphins stunning victory over New England in the final seconds of last weekend's game.

The Dolphins Playoff Hopes Stay Alive

Miami is one of four AFC teams with a 7-6 record.  It is conceivable - but most improbable - that the Dolphins can win the AFC East.  New England would essentially have to lose all of their remaining games and Miami win all of theirs. 

Did You Know? The Vikings have only failed to cover the spread in six home games over the past three seasons

Xavien Howard is doubtful at Vikings Sunday. Miami set to be without the NFL's co-interception leader ahead of a huge one in Minnesota.

Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and is set to play Sunday at Minnesota barring a major setback, according to coach Adam Gase.

The Vikings Playoff Hopes Dim

After the Monday night loss in Seattle, the Vikings' playoff odds have dropped from 70 to 57 percent.

The Chicago Bears all but locked up the NFC North division title Sunday with their home win against the Los Angeles Rams.

Did You Know? Miami winning the 2019 Super Bowl would pay out $35,000 on a $100 bet

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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