LONDON • Pulling up to Wembley Stadium, it was hard to miss Steven Jackson. He was bigger than life thanks to a huge mural of the Pro Bowl running back, helmet off and dreadlocks flowing, on a stadium wall. New England quarterback Tom Brady got the same treatment on a nearby part of the edifice. Those were the first indications that Sunday's Rams-Patriots game was more than just your normal regular-season NFL contest. There was a huge pregame party zone outside the stadium, featuring appearances by former Rams great Marshall Faulk and Rams cheerleaders.