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Point spread steadily moving Philly’s way as bets come in on the Eagles

The Patriots were favored by a touchdown in Super Bowl LII when the point spreads first posted, but that’s no longer the case. Bets have consistently come in on the Eagles, and the point spread has steadily moved Philadelphia’s way. At all the Nevada sports books, New England is now favored by 4 or 4.5 [more]
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