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Philadelphia Eagles vs Miami Dolphins Odds
The Philadelphia Eagles continue their depressing 2011 campaign in Miami this week as small road underdogs against the resurgent Dolphins.
And if history repeats itself, this will be a Philly victory as they are 5-0 ATS past 5 games vs the Dolphins.
Miami meanwhile has won three straight at home after losing three straight at home to start the season. They are also 3-0 ATS (with all unders) in three games vs the NFC East this season.
Watch for Michael Vick's status, which could sway the Week 14 point spread here.
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Michael Vick has missed the last three Philadelphia Eagles' games with broken ribs and in his absence the Eagles have gone 1-2 and have fallen out of the NFC playoff picture. Vick took part in the team's light practice today and said he intends to play Sunday against Miami. Vick was upbeat afterward and said he was able to throw without pain.
I'll never be one to blast athletes for how they spend their free time. But recent photos of Michael Vick playing basketball while he is recovering from a rib injury have to rub fans the wrong way.
TerezOwens.com, a sports gossip website, posted this picture of Vick playing basketball recently. In the post, Owens says that it is while he is supposed to be recovering, so you have...
Michael Vick watched practice from the sideline, still sore from taking a beating in his first game back after breaking his ribs last month.
Vick participated in a walkthrough Wednesday morning, but was a spectator in the afternoon when the Philadelphia Eagles began preparations for Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
Before practice, coach Andy Reid said he's confident...
Michael Vick returned to practice on Monday, a strong sign the Eagles will get their starting quarterback back for Sunday's game at Miami. Vick missed the last three games with broken ribs. Vince Young was his replacement and the Eagles went 1-2 over that span. At 4-8 they have not been mathematically eliminated from playoff contention. While Monday's practice was a light...
Quarterback Michael Vick returned to the practice field for Monday's walkthrough and expects to lead the Eagles into battle for Week 14 against the Dolphins, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
This is great news after Vick missed the last three games with his broken ribs. Vince Young is still worth keeping handcuffed though, when you consider...
Quarterback Michael Vick fully practiced Wednesday, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Vick is on target to lead the Eagles into battle vs. the Dolphins after missing the last three games with broken ribs, barring a setback of course.
After practicing for the first time in weeks, Michael Vick says he will be under center on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
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Sure, Michael Vick vowed to slide. But he just isn't programmed that way. His intentions are sincere. But this is a vow he will never be able to abide.
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Michael Vick said Monday that he expects to start against the Dolphins this weekend and Eagles coach Andy Reid confirmed the plan is for Vick to be back under center. According to Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News, Vick hasn’t experienced any setbacks in practice this week and is on target to end his…
As matchups of 4-8 teams go, this Sunday’s Eagles vs. Dolphins clash is pretty intriguing. In one corner, you have the what could be the best 4-8 team of all time. In the other corner, you have the most disappointing team in the league getting Michael Vick back in the lineup. Vick returned to practice…
Until the Philadelphia Eagles are mathematically eliminated from playoff contention, they won't look toward the future or reflect on the past.
The underachieving Eagles (4-8) head to Miami on Sunday, and playing the Dolphins (4-8) is all they're talking about. They somehow still have a chance to finish first in a mediocre NFC East, though it would take help - a lot of it...