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With two touchdowns against the St. Louis Rams in London on Sunday, Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots was given two chances to drive the football as hard as he could into the ground as he has become accustomed to doing. But these two spikes were a little different. Maybe it was being in a different country, maybe it was quarterback Tom Brady and some of Gronk's other teammates opting for just the classic spike lately, but the King of the Spike decided to add a little flair to his touchdown celebrations Sunday. The guy throwing Gronk those touchdowns weighed in on the additions to the spikes."I think it was mixed reviews," Brady said. "He’s too much man. I just like his spike but I guess he’s adding some personality to it."Tom is entitled to his own opinion. Here are my thoughts on Gronk's Sunday celebrations.First, Gronk decided to spice up the spike stew with a very creative United Kingdom-related pre-spike march. As Gronkowski himself explained...
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As we all know, Rob Gronkowski loves to clown and what better place to show that off is overseas in London? At the NFL’s FanFest in London, Gronkowski said that he had something special for the fans if he scored a touchdown in Wembley Stadium.
On Sunday, he showed it off. The New England Patriots star tight end caught a pass early with a pass from Tom Brady in the second...
Rob Gronkowski is an interesting fella. I don’t need to recount his on field efforts from this week, or last season, for you – they are well documented by now. I will mention that his catch of the day did not come on either of his two TD receptions, it was the catch late in …
Tweet The New England Patriots defeated the St. Louis Rams 45-7 in London Sunday, with All-Pro Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski having one hell of a game with 8 catches for 146 yards and two touchdowns. After one of his TDs, Gronk had an entertaining celebration for the fans in London: I’m sure no player in [...]
Yesterday we shared with you the warm ovation Gronkowski received from the fans in London after spiking a microphone. Today during the Patriots game versus the Rams he one upped his performance by providing one of the more memorable & comical TD dances by pulling off the moves of the Buckingham Palace guards. Check it out:Watch this video on YouTube Embedded with WP YouTube Lyte...
Wasn't Kellen Winslow supposed to be the soldier? Rob Gronkowski had a special celebration planned for the Patriots' trip to London. After his second-quarter touchdown reception, Gronk marched like a Buckingham Palace soldier and then sealed the celebration with his patented spike. Gronkowski came one-yard short of a touchdown earlier in the game and banged the...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is a total beauty. Gronkowski’s first touchdown celebration is obviously the best one, and by far the most creative. His imitation of the Queen’s guard is hilarious and you have to love the enthusiasm that he plays with.GIFs via: Deadspin
The Rams were no match for Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski Sunday in London. Gronkowski scored two times and had eight receptions for 146 yards in the game.Fantasy Spin:Gronkowski is starting to look like the player we expected him to be. In his last two games, he has 224 yards and four touchdowns on 14 catches.
Gronk Doing The “Dirk Diggler” TD Dance
Reports abound have said that Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has not been himself. He has been listed for weeks as questionable with a hip injury. Well after his 8 catch for 146 yards and two touchdowns performance, there are NO MORE questioning the GRONK.
He is back to his DOMINATING form from 2011.
The St. Louis Rams had NO ANSWERS...
In the midst of having a little fun with a pair of touchdown
catches during the Patriots' win in London on Sunday, Rob Gronkowski made sure
to take care of business.
While Gronkowski's Buckingham Palace-guard touchdown march --
followed of course by a powerful spike to the grass at Wembley Stadium -- might
be the most memorable moment of New England's 45-7 rout of...
A look back at the weekends games, what stood out - either as great, gruesome, or somewhere in between - and what we've learned.
Specifically, we've come away impressed with the effort from Denver, Detroit, Pittsburgh and most importantly of all - Rob Gronkowski's TD dance.
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ESPN will air Gronk, Welker & Donald Thomas playing Cruz, Ramses Barden & Terrell Thomas in "Halo 4" tomorrow. pls don't ask me to comment.— shalise manza young (@shalisemyoung) October 31, 2012Hey, well, the Patriots have had their fair share of struggled beating the Giants since Week 17 of the 2007 season. Why not try to kick their ass in Halo!Hilarious...
This week the St. Louis Rams, New England Patriots, NY Jets, and San Francisco 49ers are on bye weeks. There isn’t a lot of firepower in there other than the Pats so hopefully owner shouldn’t be too stifled by the bye, but for those who heavily rely on Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, or the 49ers [...]