Patriots vs. Dolphins 2013 odds: New England slight favorites on the road

Vegas isn't giving the Patriots much more than a field goal in this key divisional bout.

The Miami Dolphins host the New England Patriots in Week 15 looking to stay in the playoff picture. Vegas is anticipating a close matchup. According to OddsShark, the Patriots are favored by anywhere from one to three points. New England can clinch the AFC East with a win.

The Dolphins kept their wild card hopes alive with a wild 22-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. They entered the game as three-point underdogs and managed to beat the spread by winning the game. The Dolphins move to 7-6 in the standings and 8-5 against the spread.

The Patriots needed to come back from a 19-3 deficit, but they overcame the Cleveland Browns with a last-minute touchdown to win, 27-26. New England were 10 point favorites but failed to cover the spread. They're now 10-3 on the season and 6-7 against the spread, but suffered a huge loss on Sunday. Rob Gronkowski was lost for the year with a torn ACL and MCL, a crippling blow to the offense.

For more details on this matchup, head over to OddsShark.

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