London, England (Sports Network) - The pass-run combination of Tom Brady and Stevan Ridley proved to be too overpowering for the St. Louis Rams' defense.
Brady threw four touchdown passes, Ridley totaled 127 yards and a score on the ground and the New England Patriots engineered a tremendous all-around effort in a 45-7 rout at Wembley Stadium.
New England (5-3) reached the end zone on each of its first five possessions and set an NFL record by accumulating more than 350 yards of offense for the 17th consecutive game. The Patriots, who finished with 473 yards on Sunday, broke a tie with the 1999-2000 Rams.
Brady had 304 yards and connected on 23-of-35 throws, eight of which were caught by Rob Gronkowski. Gronkowski ended with 146 yards and two touchdowns.
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