From BBC.co.uk (read this with a British accent or it wont make any sense):
In the sixth year that London has hosted an NFL regular season game, imperious Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes. After a bright start, in which they scored on their opening possession, the Rams were repeatedly torn apart by New England's top-ranked offence.
New England, who boasted the NFL's best offence coming into the game, signalled their intent on their own opening drive.
The Rams, whose defence has improved considerably since last season, thought they had done enough to restrict the Pats to a field-goal attempt, but in typically bullish fashion coach Bill Belichick ordered his team to go for broke on fourth down. Young running back Shane Vereen duly obliged, running into the endzone.
But John Hekker, instead of putting the ball down for Zuerlein to kick, picked it up and was still thinking about throwing a pass when he was gleefully swamped by the Patriots' alert defence.
Duly obliged? Gleefully swamped? Could they make football seem any more snobby? I guess they media still speaks the Queens English over there, huh? They have to change their tone. This is football..not professional tea sipping.