"The Patriots saw Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park and the Madame Tussauds museum. They toured the city and lived it up, much more than they claimed they would last week from Gillette Stadium.
But they got the visual they really wanted yesterday at Wembley Stadium, where the Patriots' 45-7 pillaging of the Rams could have been considered an international incident. The Pats were as dominant as they've been all season, and they did it on both sides of the ball to improve to an AFC East-best 5-3 entering the bye week.
Hurricane Sandy played better defense than the Rams, even from 3,000 miles away, as St. Louis allowed the Patriots to score on seven of their eight drives that involved Tom Brady, who got a fourth-quarter break with several more key starters.
Traveling home will be a bigger issue than navigating past the Rams. London Heathrow Airport closed last night at 11, before the Patriots were able to schedule a flight home, and the storm could extend their stay in the United Kingdom if they couldn't get out as planned early this morning."
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