It’s been a week of embarrassing side stories for the New England Patriots since their Super Bowl loss. Gisele mouthing off to Giants fans in Indy and throwing her hubby’s wide receivers under the bus. Bradying, the imitation of Tommy Boy’s pathetic portrait of dejection on the field is everywhere.
And then there is that whole thing with Rob Gronkowski.
The Patriots tight end had a high ankle sprain and no one was sure if Gronk, who had been a critical factor in the team’s success in the 2011 season, would be able to make it in the Super Bowl.
He did, but he wasn’t himself. Like the rest of his team, Gronk didn’t have a good game.
So imagine the world’s surprise when video surfaced on Monday of Gronk, just hours after the big game, “dancing” like a mad man with no sign of injury to his ankle.
I won’t lie. If I were a Patriots fan, I’d be livid. But as I’m not, I simply laughed at what apparently passes for dancing in New England.
There were many laughs at Gronk’s expense. Including f