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Hoffarth: To flex or not to flex? Why Rams ended up as the not-ready-for-prime-time NFL TV players

The NFC West-leading Rams fit the definition of a "surprise team" that could have been moved into the NBC prime-time Sunday slot on three occasions lately, but were we misled about the rule's priorities?
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