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Dolphins odds versus Cowboys: Dallas starting to be favored

The more Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo practices, the more Dallas seems to be favored.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins opened the week as the favored team as they prepare to face the Dallas Cowboys at Sun Life Stadium. The early movement of the line seemed poised to slide it to an even matchup, which is has done over the last day. Now, it appears that movement will continue, with Dallas moving into the favored position, despite not a lot of news surrounding the game.

Other than the practice reports of Tony Romo.

The Cowboys' starting quarterback has missed the last seven games, due to a broken collarbone. The Cowboys have lost all seven of those games. Now, it appears Romo is ready to return, and the odds seem to be enjoying reports of the Pro Bowl quarterback practicing.

Bovada.LV has already moved the Dolphins to a one-point underdog, and it appears other odds makers could soon follow suit. The moneyline still stands at even, with both the Cowboys and the Dolphins at -110 (or you would have to play $110 to make $100 for either team to win straight up). The over/under has also moved, going from 46.5 at the opening of the week to 47.5 now.

The Dolphins and Cowboys will play at 1 pm ET on Sunday.