Found October 28, 2012 on Patriots Life:
The Patriots gave up a 50 yard touchdown pass to Chris Givens to open the game, that was the Rams only score of the day.Four Tom Brady touchdowns, two sacks, three quarterback hits and one interception later, Ryan Mallett was in the game for garbage time in the fourth quarter. Brady was 23/25 for 304 yards and those aforementioned four touchdowns. Stevan Ridley had 127 yards on 15 carries, adding another touchdown and a 41 yard run. While both Rob Gronkowski (eight catches, 146 yards two touchdowns) and Brandon Lloyd (2 catches, 28 yards, two touchdowns) had big days for the Patriots in London. Alfonzo Dennard added his fist career interception in the route.New England improves to 5-3 and holds first place in the AFC east heading into the bye. They pulled off the win without the help of notables such as Logan Mankins, Patrick Chung, Aaron Hernandez, Brandon Bolden and Steve Gregory. All of which sat out the game with injuries.
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