With another exciting week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2013 Week 14 fantasy football tight end rankings. 1. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski has scored a touchdown in four straight games, averaging 104.8 yards per game during the stretch. Show More Summary
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's emotions sometimes bubble over on the field, as we saw Sunday night after he fired a 6-yard touchdown pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski. In the ensuing celebration, a fired-up...Show More Summary
In Boston, they have a very colorful nickname for the light-hitting New York Yankees shortstop who hit a three-run homer in the 1978 AL East tie-breaker game: Bucky Fking Dent. I can only assume that Peyton Manning has a similar nickname for Tom Brady at this point, because on Sunday night at frigid Gillette Stadium […]
With players like Rob Gronkowski and Danny Amendola, Julian Edelman wasn't expected to have a very big impact on the New England Patriots' Week 12 game against the New England Patriots. That wasn't the case. After scoring the go-ahead touchdown for the Patriots to help give them the 28-24 lead, Edelman 's numbers were very impressive. Show More Summary
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski were fired up after a third-quarter touchdown to go up three points over the Denver Broncos. The Patriots went on to take a 28-24 lead with 28 unanswered points. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski celebrated … with I’m not sure what this is. This touchdown trimmed Denver’s lead – (...)
The Denver Broncos defense came up big against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11. Things won't be so easy when Denver squares off against the New England Patriots. With a healthy Rob Gronkowski and Shane Vereen, New England seems toShow More Summary
Rob Gronkowski wants to time travel to Florida. Hold on, let me back up. The Patriots tight end recently gave an interview to Scott Zolak of 98.5 "The Sports Hub," which yielded an amazing Gronkowski quote about the possibilities (and limitations) of time travel. The ridiculous conversation was spotted by CBS Boston (h/t Samer Kalaf of Deadspin ). Show More Summary
My Friday morning four-city ISDN radio tour, via a connection so clear that people like Rob Gronkowski may think I own a time machine, goes from Houston to Miami to Buffalo to Dallas. Today’s final stop, with Shan and RJ of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, included a mention from the hosts of a recent…
We're big fans of both New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (who could forget such wonderful posts as, "The Gronks"?) and Patriots radio analyst Scott Zolak ("Unicorns and show ponies!") here at the Shutdown Corner. So whenShow More Summary
Football steakhead Rob Gronkowski is back! Well, he's been playing for a few games now, but we know he's really back because of the astounding answer he gave after being asked for his ideal superpower. Basically, the Patriots' tight end doesn't understand how time works. Read more...
In which Gronk confuses the difference between a time machine and a teleporter.
When the New England Patriots host the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football, a lot of people will be talking about the rivalry between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. What about how one will prevail over the other's defense? FormerShow More Summary
If you’ve talked to anybody about the controversial ending to Monday night’s game between the Panthers and Patriots, then you know the big question is not whether Carolina’s Luke Kuechly interfered with Rob Gronkowski. Rather, the question is whether Gronk had any chance of actually catching the ball thrown by Tom Brady. Because you see, according […]
The New England Patriots are still searching for their identity on offense, but they're getting closer to that goal because of the return of key players like wide receiver Danny Amendola, tight end Rob Gronkowski and running back Shane...Show More Summary
Let’s say things went the Patriots’ way Monday night and the officials upheld the pass interference call on Rob Gronkowski in the end zone with no time left on the clock. That would have given New England the ball at the 1-yard line,...Show More Summary
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who was grabbed in the end zone by Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly on the controversial final play of Monday night’s game, said he didn’t want to make any excuses after New England’s loss. But in saying that, Gronkowski made clear that he believes the flag thrown on Kuechly should not…
CHARLOTTE -- For the second time this season, the Patriots lost a game in which an official's controversial call -- or non-call in this case -- late in the game made headlines. A throw from Tom Brady to tight end Rob Gronkowski was intercepted...Show More Summary
ESPN officiating expert Gerry Austin, twice a Super Bowl referee, explained why the flag was picked up in the end zone on the final play of the Patriots’ 24-20 loss to the Panthers. Austin explains that while Rob Gronkowski was clearly grabbed in the end zone by Luke Kuechly, the flag was picked up because the ball was not catchable. Show More Summary
Patriots QB Tom Brady was intercepted in the end zone as time expired Monday night, but TE Rob Gronkowski appeared to be held on the play.