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With the Patriots in London this week for today’s game against the Rams - as part of Roger Goodell’s ongoing plan for global domination - demonstrative tight end Rob Gronkowski already became a hit with local fans when he spiked the microphone at a pre-game press conference.
And when Gronkowski scored a touchdown in the second quarter of the Patriots 45-7 rout of St. Louis at Wembley Stadium, he further endeared himself to the home crowd when he paid tribute to British culture by doing his own unique version of the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace … finished off by his patented Gronk spike, of course:
Video of the play HERE.
Gronkowski went on to have a monster day, finishing with 146 yards and 2 TDs … and after his second score, Gronk showed off his anglophile side once again as he munched on some fish & chips and downed a pint in the back of the endzone. No, not really.
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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 [...]
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
Rob Gronkowski is a crowd-pleaser, no matter where those crowds may be.
The Patriots were part of a special NFL event in the famous Trafalgar Square in London on Saturday as the team prepared to play the St. Louis Rams in this weekend's across-the-pond matchup.
Gronkowski took to the stage along with Tom Brady, Wes Welker, Zoltan Mesko and Bill Belichick, but...
Dante Cano had a big idea, so he wrote a letter and sent it to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
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Goodell read the suggestion and jumped on the idea. The game Sunday...
Rob Gronkowski caught his sixth touchdown pass of the season as the the Patriots took on the Rams Sunday in London. To celebrate, Gronk busted out this Tin Tin soldier (or Frankenspike?) version of his infamous boom spike celly. The result? Pure Gronk Awesomeness.
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...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Pink penalty flags in support of breast cancer awareness, the idea of an 11-year-old fan, are being used at the game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.
Commissioner Roger Goodell met with Dante Cano, a fifth-grader from Marlboro, N.J., on the field about an hour before the game Sunday and took pictures with him and his...
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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Four possessions, four touchdowns for the Patriots in the first half. New England leads St. Louis 28-7 at the break in London. Shane Vereen scored on fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line to give the Pats a 14-7 lead. With 6:51 left in the second quarter, Tom Brady found Rob Gronkowski for a 7-yard touchdown. Gronk celebrated London style, by imitating a British Royal Guard march...