The Patriots overwhelmed the Rams and gave Londoners a stellar demonstration of their top-ranked offense in a high-scoring game at Wembley Stadium yesterday. In a game where the St. Louis Rams were the designated "home" team, the New England Patriots still seemed to enjoy the most crowd support. St. Louis was even booed when Rams back up QB Ryan Mallett took a knee to run out the clock, although to be fair, the British crowd may not have been completely familiar with that aspect of American football. After a bye week, the Patriots will return to play the Buffalo Bills on November 11th. If you are looking for cheap tickets to the next Patriots game, make sure you check out these discount New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills tickets from Maxim Tickets, the secure ticket resale marketplace.
Although the game ended with a lopsided score, the Rams were the first to get points up on the board when QB Sam Bradford heaved a 50-yard touchdown pass to WR Chris Givens on their opening drive. Things soon went south for the Rams however, as the Patriots instigated a scoring spree, racking up four straight touchdowns to give them a 28-7 lead by halftime. Brady's 9-yard pass to WR Brandon Lloyd in the end zone, followed by a 26-yard field goal from kicker Gostkowski raised the score to 38-7 in the third quarter. A final touchdown catch by TE Rob Gronkowski in the fourth quarter gave the Patriots their final score at 45-7. Gronkowski and Lloyd each had two touchdown catches for the Patriots. Next week is a bye week for both the Rams and the Patriots, so the Rams will have time to regroup and the Patriots will have time to build on the momentum they demonstrated in London. Remeber, you always have access to Rams tickets when you own a Rams PSL. Check out our low prices on St. Louis Rams PSLs.