is ready for eight games a year in London. Answer: I don’t know, just got here. It’s London. Question: How much of a disruption is it playing a game in London? The NFL insists that it can make things work in London, and starting next year the league will have two games a year across the pond. Pats coach Bill Belichick didn’t get the memo. Or, if he did, he tore it up. Or ignored it. Or both. But filling Wembley Stadium for a game or two a year is still a long ways away from filling Wembley Stadium for eight games a year, year after year, in a country where American football is still viewed as a curiosity, not a passion.