The "Quick Five" assessment of the Rams efforts against the New England Patriots in London
The St. Louis Rams enter the bye week at 3-5 coming off of a painful, horrendous, embarrassing, rueful, rotten, ridiculous, unnecessary, undeserving, unwatchable, un....a very bad game against the New England Patriots, losing 7-45.
The Rams can win, but can they stop the pieces-parts of the New England Patriots? Have a look at the Patriots players who'll play a defining role in today's Rams - Patriots contest
3k breaks down the week 8 contest between the St. Louis Rams and New England Patriots. Oh, and hot sauce.
In order to upset the Patriots, the St. Louis Rams need a productive performance from their quarterback. Is Sam Bradford up to the task? If he isn't, it will say a lot about his future.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has a very different take on the fans in London than Jeff Fisher.
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez did not practice with the team Friday and did not make the trip to London, according to reports.
The St. Louis Rams face another Super Bowl winning quarterback this week. How do they stop Tom Brady?