The Gronk Factor - from Chad Finn's piece...

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    The Gronk Factor - from Chad Finn's piece...

     Rob Gronkowski: In five games since making his season debut following offseason back and forearm surgeries, Gronk has 31 receptions for 433 yards and three touchdowns. (And as you, me, and Luke Kuechly know, there's a decent chance it could be 32-446-4.) Over a full 16 games, that equates to roughly 99 catches for 1,386 yards and 10 touchdowns. Before Gronk returned, the Patriots were averaging 20.8 points per game. Since his Week 7 return, they are averaging nearly 10 points more, at 30.6 per game. He has changed everything, and his return to good health and dominant form is one reason a February trip to New Jersey suddenly seems a reasonable possibility. He's changed everything.

     
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    Re: The Gronk Factor - from Chad Finn's piece...

    Gronk suffered the SI cover curse last year !! He was on the cover of an issue at the beginning of 2012 season, a season marked with him fracturing his left forearm twice and had to have repeated surgeries and missing a good chunk of last season and early this season.

     
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    Re: The Gronk Factor - from Chad Finn's piece...

    The ripple effect of his presence is more like a HOF running back than any WR or TE previous. He adds to both phases of the game. Clears routes out, draws coverage, beats double coverage. 

    Really just an exceptional player. 

    If I have one wish for this postseason it's that Gronk can stay on the field. It's been such a let down to see NE go into the biggest game of the year without their best position player out there. 

     
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    Re: The Gronk Factor - from Chad Finn's piece...

    The pink panty, never kissed a girl, internet know it all / though guy types who know little about football but simply push an agenda To discredit the greatest QB to ever play the game, in over 100 post a day, will gleefully and wrongly spew to the masses that Brady is the reason for our last 2 post season losses.

    Their simple minds can't/won't process that without the GRONK or a GRONK @ 10% = No weapons and we lose.  It's freaking amazing he (Brady) lead us to one Welker drop of another Super Bowl.

     
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    Re: The Gronk Factor - from Chad Finn's piece...

    In response to zbellino's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    The ripple effect of his presence is more like a HOF running back than any WR or TE previous. He adds to both phases of the game. Clears routes out, draws coverage, beats double coverage. 

    Really just an exceptional player. 

    If I have one wish for this postseason it's that Gronk can stay on the field. It's been such a let down to see NE go into the biggest game of the year without their best position player out there. 

    [/QUOTE]

    +1

    A 100 percent healthy Gronk in the playoffs will be nice.

     
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    Re: The Gronk Factor - from Chad Finn's piece...

    I said it many times. The second most valuable player on the offense. 

     

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