Felger: London Finally Makes Sense For NFLWaking up Sunday morning to watch the Lions play the Falcons was actually kind of cool. If that's the NFL's plan for London, then Mike Felger is all for it.
Kraft: Still Love Welker And Carroll, But 'Hard To Root For Anybody' Patriots owner Robert Kraft was on CBS This Morning on Friday, and though he has a few friends on both sides, says it's hard to root for anybody on the Super Bowl.
Welker OK After Ankle Scare In LondonNew England Patriots receiver Wes Welker had to leave their 45-7 win over the Rams in the fourth quarter with a left ankle injury, but thinks he will be OK as the team enters their bye week.
Brady, Belichick Enjoy Patriots Trip To LondonWith their 45-7 win over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, the New England Patriots improved to 2-0 at Wembley Stadium.
Gronkowski Wins Over London Fans With TD CelebrationsIt didn't take Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski very long to become a fan favorite in New England. So it should come as no surprise he took over the "old" England just as quickly.
Patriots-Rams 4 Ups, 4 Downs: Dominating Performances By Brady, GronkThe Ups and Downs from the Patriots 45-7 win over the St. Louis Rams in London.
Patriots-Rams LIVE Blog: Patriots Beat Up Rams 45-7The New England Patriots take on the St. Louis Rams in London on Sunday, looking to head into their bye week with a win. Stick with CBSBostonsports.com's Live Blog for all the action throughout the game!
Hurricane Sandy May Keep Patriots In London Through Mid-WeekThe New England Patriots might be staying in London a little longer than they had planned, thanks to Hurricane Sandy.
Patriots-Rams Inactives: Mankins, Amendola Out In LondonThe New England Patriots listed seven inactive players on their Friday injury report, and had to add one more to the list on Sunday.
Patriots-Rams PredictionsThe 98.5 The Sports Hub, WBZ-TV, and WBZ NewsRadio 1030 sports teams make their predictions for the Patriots match-up with the St. Louis Rams in London.
'Transition' Friday For Patriots In LondonThe Patriots will have Friday off after taking a red-eye to London, but it will be back to business as usual come Saturday.
Patriots London Bound For 'A Business Trip'Practices are nearly done, and their bags are all packed. The New England Patriots will soon be London bound.