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Rams-Seahawks moved to Sunday night
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NEW YORK (AP) - The Rams game at Seattle to decide the NFC West title has been moved to prime time next Sunday by the league.
Under its flexible scheduling policy, the NFL has switched the game to 8:20 p.m. EST. St. Louis (7-8) leads Seattle by one game, but if the Seahawks win, they will become the first division champion with a losing record in NFL history. NBC will televise the match.
Also flexed next Sunday will be Jacksonville at Houston and Tennessee at Indianapolis to 4:15 EST on CBS, Chicago at Green Bay, Dallas at Philadelphia and the New York Giants at Washington on Fox. The Colts earn the AFC South championship with a win, while Green Bay gets an NFC wild-card spot by beating the Bears.
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