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Giving thanks for an off week, Rams could clinch division without playing

LOS ANGELES - The Rams waited longer than any team other than the Kansas City Chiefs for their scheduled off week.

And after defeating the Chiefs in a wild 54-51 victory on "Monday Night Football," they were eager to relax.

"Perfect timing, to come off a game like that," linebacker Mark Barron said.

Safety John Johnson was similarly pleased.

"Just go home, rest up, see our families - perfect," Johnson said. "It's Thanksgiving. We can all eat and just enjoy it."

And then?

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